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Limnofauna Norvegica Katalog over Norsk Ferskvannsfauna

Flora / Fauna
Edited By: Kaare Aagaad and Dag Dolmen
310 pages, Tabs
Limnofauna Norvegica
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  • Limnofauna Norvegica ISBN: 9788251912143 Hardback Dec 1996 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Language: Norwegian

Complete catalogue of all known Norwegian freshwater fauna, except protozoa. A total of 63 chapters with tables, have been written by 38 Norwegian specialists, representing different zoological research institutions. Chapters are divided into sections covering biology, ecology, conervation status and literature.

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Flora / Fauna
Edited By: Kaare Aagaad and Dag Dolmen
310 pages, Tabs
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