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Marine Plants of the Caribbean A Field Guide from Florida to Brazil

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Diane Scullion Littler, Mark M Littler, Katina E Bucher and James N Norris
263 pages, Col photos
Marine Plants of the Caribbean
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  • Marine Plants of the Caribbean ISBN: 9781853100840 Paperback Dec 1989 Out of Print #4397
  • Marine Plants of the Caribbean ISBN: 9780874746075 Paperback Dec 1989 Out of Print #40785
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Important and unique guide to 209 marine plants to be found on and around the reefs of the Caribbean. Each species is given a brief description of size, shape, colour, depth and typical habitat,with an underwater photograph of the plant.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Diane Scullion Littler, Mark M Littler, Katina E Bucher and James N Norris
263 pages, Col photos
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