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Les Tilapia (Pisces, Cichlidae) du Sud-Cameroun et du Gabon: Etude Systématique [Tilapia from Southern Cameroon and Gabon: Systematic Study]

Monograph
By: Dirk FE Thys van den Audenaerde(Author)
122 pages, 12 plates with b/w illustrations; 7 b/w distribution maps
Les Tilapia (Pisces, Cichlidae) du Sud-Cameroun et du Gabon: Etude Systématique [Tilapia from Southern Cameroon and Gabon: Systematic Study]
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Language: French

After finishing a study on Congolese Tilapia in 1962, the authors decided to study the same fish genus in the neighbouring countries of Cameroon and Gabon. After having inspected museum specimens in London and Paris, the authors decided the quality of these was insufficient and thus ended up doing an ichthyological field study in 1964, the results of which are reported here.

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Monograph
By: Dirk FE Thys van den Audenaerde(Author)
122 pages, 12 plates with b/w illustrations; 7 b/w distribution maps
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