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Sea Lice of Taiwan Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida: Calligidae

By: Ju-Shey Ho(Author), Ching-Long Lin(Author)
388 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Sueichan Press
Sea Lice of Taiwan
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  • Sea Lice of Taiwan ISBN: 9789578596719 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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About this book

Language: English

Contents

Preface
Contents

Introduction
Morphology
Systematics
Development
Account on the Sea Lice of Taiwan
Invasiveness of Sea Lice

Epilogue
Bibliography

Appendices
A. Character coding
B. Data matrix
C. Host-Parasite list for species found in Taiwan
D. Marine fish of Taiwan and the sea lice that they may carry

Index
Abstract in Chinese

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By: Ju-Shey Ho(Author), Ching-Long Lin(Author)
388 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Sueichan Press
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