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Stresemann Exkursionsfauna von Deutschland, Band 1: Wirbellose: Ohne Insekten [Stresemann Excursion Fauna of Germany, Volume 1: Invertebrates: Excluding Insects]

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By: Bernhard Klausnitzer(Editor)
580 pages, 420 b/w line drawings
Stresemann Exkursionsfauna von Deutschland, Band 1: Wirbellose: Ohne Insekten [Stresemann Excursion Fauna of Germany, Volume 1: Invertebrates: Excluding Insects]
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  • Stresemann Exkursionsfauna von Deutschland, Band 1: Wirbellose: Ohne Insekten [Stresemann Excursion Fauna of Germany, Volume 1: Invertebrates: Excluding Insects] ISBN: 9783662553534 Edition: 9 Hardback Mar 2018 Available for pre-order
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Language: German

Volume 1 of this classic German excursion fauna, originally written by Erwin Stresemann, is available in a completely new version. It contains an overview of the system of animals and identification keys for all groups of animals contained in the 3 volumes of the series. It provides determination tables and detailed information on sponges, Coelenterata (an obsolete term encompassing the animal phyla Cnidaria (coral animals, true jellies, sea anemones, sea pens, and their allies) and Ctenophora (comb jellies)), flatworms, molluscs, annelids, arthropods, echinoderms, tunicates and many other groups of animals. A total of 19 phyla are dealt with, these are all large groups of multicellular animals that occur in Central Europe. Tables in many cases allow the determination of individual species, for example completely for molluscs, arachnids and millipedes. The succinct text is illustrated with detailed drawings of important distinguishing features. In addition to terrestrial habitats, the book also covers freshwater biotopes and the North and Baltic Seas.

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Band I der Exkursionsfauna liegt in einer völlig neuen Fassung vor! Er enthält einen Überblick über das System der Tiere und Bestimmungsschlüssel für alle Tiergruppen, die in den 3 Bänden der Reihe enthalten sind. Er bietet Bestimmungstabellen und detaillierte Angaben über Schwämme, Hohltiere, Plattwürmer, Weichtiere, Ringelwürmer, Gliederfüßer, Stachelhäuter, Manteltiere und zahlreiche weitere Tiergruppen. Insgesamt werden 19 Stämme abgehandelt, das sind alle großen Gruppen der vielzelligen Tiere, die in Mitteleuropa vorkommen. Tabellen ermöglichen in vielen Fällen die Determination bis zu einzelnen Arten, z. B. fast vollständig bei den Weichtieren, Spinnentieren und Tausendfüßern. Der prägnante Text wird mit detailreichen Zeichnungen wichtiger Unterscheidungsmerkmale veranschaulicht. Neben terrestrischen Lebensräumen deckt das Buch auch Süßwasserbiotope und die Nord- und Ostsee ab.

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Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna Identification Key Coming Soon
By: Bernhard Klausnitzer(Editor)
580 pages, 420 b/w line drawings
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