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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Molluscs  Molluscs: General

Philip's Guide to Seashells of the World

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: APH Oliver(Author)
320 pages, 1000+ colour photos
Publisher: Philip's
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  • Philip's Guide to Seashells of the World ISBN: 9781849072267 Paperback Apr 2012 Out of Print #199300
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Philip's Guide to Seashells of the World is a fascinating and informative identification guide to the seashells of the world, illustrated with highly detailed and attractive artworks. More than 1000 species are illustrated, making this the most comprehensive guide available at a comparable price. This easy-to-use identification guide covers a wide range of shells, from the common to the rare and coveted. The introductory section gives general information on molluscs and their classification, and about collecting shells. In the identification section, over 1200 species are described and more than 1000 are illustrated. The description of each species accompanies its illustration, detailing the size, distribution, colour and characteristic features of the shell.

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The author A. P. H. Oliver has collected shells for many years in various parts of the world and has an extensive private collection, which was the source for many of the illustrations in this book.

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: APH Oliver(Author)
320 pages, 1000+ colour photos
Publisher: Philip's
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