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Saskatchewan Fishes A Folding Pocket Guide to All Known Native and Introduced Species

Field / Identification Guide
By: Christopher Somers(Author), Matthew Morris(Author)
12 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Waterford Press
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Saskatchewan's 100,000 lakes and rivers are home to at least 58 native fish species from 15 different families, and humans have introduced at least 9 more species. This beautifully illustrated guide is a quick-reference tool to identify all 67 fish species at a glance. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, pocket-sized folding guide is an excellent source of portable information and ideal for field use by anglers of all ages.

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Dr. Christopher Somers is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Regina. His research program examines interactions between humans and animals, and has a variety of applied fisheries components.

Matthew Morris is a Vanier and Killam Scholar at the University of Calgary. His current research uses genomics techniques to study temperature adaptation in stickleback.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Christopher Somers(Author), Matthew Morris(Author)
12 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Waterford Press
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