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Marine Red Algae of the Hawaiian Islands

By: Isabella Aiona Abbott
477 pages, Illus, maps
Marine Red Algae of the Hawaiian Islands
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  • Marine Red Algae of the Hawaiian Islands ISBN: 9781581780031 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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&i;'This book, the product of 60 years of study of Hawaiian seaweeds, is the first comprehensive treatment of the red algae of the tropical and subtropical Pacific. It will be of immense use not only to Hawaiian phycologists .. but also to all marine biologists in the Central Pacific, and to curators and taxonomists of marine algae everywhere.'&o; Richard L Moe, Taxon

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By: Isabella Aiona Abbott
477 pages, Illus, maps
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