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The Living Marine Resources of the Western Central Atlantic, Volume 1: Introduction, Molluscs, Crustaceans, Hagfishes, Sharks, Batoid Fishes and Chimaeras

Field / Identification Guide
By: K Carpenter
599 pages, Illus
The Living Marine Resources of the Western Central Atlantic, Volume 1: Introduction, Molluscs, Crustaceans, Hagfishes, Sharks, Batoid Fishes and Chimaeras
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This is the first volume of a three-volume field guide covering the species of interest to fisheries of the major marine resource groups exploited in FAO Fishing Area 31. The marine resource groups included are the bivalves, gastropods, cephalopods, stomatopods, shrimps, lobsters, crabs, hagfishes, sharks, batoid fishes, chimaeras, bony fishes, sea turtles and marine mammals. Fish families that are less important to fisheries are covered but with abbreviated accounts. The important families are treated in detail and include the species name, frequent synonyms and names of similar species, an illustration, FAO common name(s), diagnostic characters, biology and fisheries information, notes on geographical distribution and a distribution map.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: K Carpenter
599 pages, Illus
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