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Marine Flatworms of the Tropical Indo-Pacific

Field / Identification Guide Divers Guide
By: Andrey S Ryanskiy(Author)
139 pages, 1300+ colour photos
Marine Flatworms of the Tropical Indo-Pacific
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  • Marine Flatworms of the Tropical Indo-Pacific ISBN: 9785604204979 Paperback May 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

Marine flatworms are some of the ocean's most beautiful of those creatures that can be encountered by divers, snorkelers or simply lovers of marine life underwater or in the intertidal zone. They are relatively simple animals with soft flat bodies. This book focuses on the free-living highly diverse marine flatworms of the order Polycladida. Often confused with nudibranchs, they are falling under the completely different phylum Platyhelminthes (Greek "platy": flat; "helminth": worm.) The book covers the region from the Red Sea, East and South Africa to Hawaii, the Marshall Islands and Guam.

Features:
- Over 1300 full-colour photographs of 580+ species;
- Particular attention was paid to colour variations;
- Live photos of hundreds of species have never before appeared in field guides or popular books;
- Convenient pictorial guide at the beginning and index at the end of the book.
- The book contains photographs of most of the recently described Indo-Pacific flatworms, some of which are represented by holotypes.

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Field / Identification Guide Divers Guide
By: Andrey S Ryanskiy(Author)
139 pages, 1300+ colour photos
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