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Marine Finfishes of Karnataka An Illustrated Compendium

Flora / Fauna
Series: CMFRI Special Publication Volume: 113
By: Sujitha Thomas(Author), Prathibha Rohit(Author), Geetha Sasikumar(Author), KM Rajesh(Author), AP Dineshbabu(Author), PU Zacharia(Author), G Syda Rao(Foreword By)
421 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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Language: English

This book illustrates 441 species of finfishes, belonging to 122 families.

From the foreword:

"Advancements in fishing methods and extension of fishing activities to farther areas have resulted in exploitation of several finfish species, which were not generally encountered earlier in the catch. Identification and inventorying of all the exploited species is a basic requirement for estimation of the catch, by species and for further management of the resources. This illustrative compendium will serve as an excellent guide for the identification of all the exploited finfishes of Karnataka, India."
 

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Flora / Fauna
Series: CMFRI Special Publication Volume: 113
By: Sujitha Thomas(Author), Prathibha Rohit(Author), Geetha Sasikumar(Author), KM Rajesh(Author), AP Dineshbabu(Author), PU Zacharia(Author), G Syda Rao(Foreword By)
421 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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