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Academic & Professional Books  Marine & Freshwater Biology  Fishes  Fishes: General

Keys to Larval and Juvenile Stages of Coarse Fishes from Fresh Waters in the British Isles

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By: Adrian C Pinder(Author), Roger Sweeting(Preface By)
136 pages, 153 colour photos and b/w line drawings
Keys to Larval and Juvenile Stages of Coarse Fishes from Fresh Waters in the British Isles
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  • Keys to Larval and Juvenile Stages of Coarse Fishes from Fresh Waters in the British Isles ISBN: 9780900386671 Paperback Dec 2001 In stock
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Although fish, particularly freshwater coarse fishes, are regarded as being "fish-like" from hatching to adulthood, during the first month of free existence they develop through a number of stages that are difficult for aquatic biologists (and most ichthyologists) to recognise. This has led to considerable neglect of these early stages and their impact on the surrounding biota, as predators, competitors and prey. Until recently, studies on recruitment in these early stages were also few and far between. This key, or complex of keys, provides a most necessary tool to assist such studies.

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Identification Key
By: Adrian C Pinder(Author), Roger Sweeting(Preface By)
136 pages, 153 colour photos and b/w line drawings
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