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Les Coquillages des Côtes Françaises

Field / Identification Guide
By: Philippe Bouchet(Author), Rudy von Cosel(Author)
32 pages, 75 colour photos, colour illustrations
Les Coquillages des Côtes Françaises
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Language: French

Les Coquillages des Côtes Françaises gives the interested lay reader a short introduction to the shells found on the coast of France and is richly illustrated.

Summary in French:
Fruits de mer, obiets de collection et petits animoux sauvages, les coquillages sont tout cela à lo fois. Des tellines du Languedoc à l’ormeou des Côtes-d’Armor, la diversité des coquilloges comestibles va bien au-delà des classiques palourdes, praires et huîtres. Des bulots qui se rossemblent I’hiver pour pondre sur le Iittoral de la Manche ou petit cône de Méditerranée qui attaque ses proies vivantes ovec un venin, les coquillages des côtes françaises sont également une mine d’étonnement pour Ie naturoliste. Enfin, de l'envahissont couteou d’Amérique à l'arapède géante en voie de dispairition, les coquillages n'échappent pa, eux non plus, à l’impact de l'Homme sur les écosystèmes. Les Coquillages des Côtes Françaises s’adressent autant aux naturalistes et aux vacanciers
curieux qu’aux pêcheurs des grandes marées.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Philippe Bouchet(Author), Rudy von Cosel(Author)
32 pages, 75 colour photos, colour illustrations
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