By Phil Heemstra, Elaine Heemstra
Определитель охватывает около four hundred видов рыб, встречающихся вдоль южноафриканского побережья, и содержит около six hundred оригинальных рисунков, показывающих изменения с возрастом и половые различия в окраске многих рыб. Видовые описания и другая информация облегчают идентификацию и сравнение сходных видов. Книга будет способствовать распространению знаний о биологии и экологии южноафриканских видов морских рыб.
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