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Sea Urchins III Worldwide Regular Deep Water Species

Flora / Fauna Identification Key Out of Print
Series: Sea Urchins Volume: 3
By: Heinke AG Schultz(Author)
483 pages, 910 colour photos, 535 b/w illustrations
Sea Urchins III
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  • Sea Urchins III ISBN: 9783980986847 Hardback Nov 2011 Out of Print #195301
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In volume III approximately 250 additional and often rare regular species from the deep sea are introduced, including about 100 cidaroids. The author shows the differences between them illustrated by numerous colour photos and black-and-white drawings, and by adding the latest scientific findings. The book will be completed by a bibliography and an index to all three volumes.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key Out of Print
Series: Sea Urchins Volume: 3
By: Heinke AG Schultz(Author)
483 pages, 910 colour photos, 535 b/w illustrations
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