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Identification of Common Benthic Diatoms in Rivers

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Martyn G Kelly(Author)
118 pages, 272 b/w illustrations, tables
Identification of Common Benthic Diatoms in Rivers
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  • Identification of Common Benthic Diatoms in Rivers ISBN: 9781851532087 Paperback Dec 2000 In stock
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Illustrated keys to the genera of diatoms found in benthic habitats in the UK are provided, along with guides to the identification of the most common species within larger genera. Notes on sampling and laboratory preparation are also provided along with comments on the ecology and environmental preferences for many of the taxa described. Beginners should find here sufficient information to use the simpler diatom-based keys.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Martyn G Kelly(Author)
118 pages, 272 b/w illustrations, tables
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