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Freshwater fish of France

 

Collegial book of 49 authors, all renowned specialists in a species, this atlas exhaustively covers the species of freshwater fish of France, whether indigenous or introduced.  Some brackish water species are also described.  It summarizes the latest taxonomical, biogeographical, paleontological and historical data, along with biological and ecological information.  After several chapters covering the evolution of the populations and their conservation, various approaches are suggested to help recognize the species: detailed and illustrated keys or descriptive datasheets.  Intended for the general public, from amateur anglers to researchers, it will also be a valuable tool for managers of the aquatic communities and environments.

Slip into your pocket:
a 32-page portable identification log.  It will enable you to identify most freshwater fish of France.  It is suitable for field trips.

Write in french.

 

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9782914817691

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  • Author Philippe Keith, Henri Persat, Eric Feunteun et Jean Allardi
  • Number of pages 552
  • ISBN number 978-2-914817-69-1
  • Publications Biotope / Publications scientifiques du Muséum
  • Collection Inventaire & Biodiversité
  • Softcover / hardcover Souple avec rabats
  • Printing date 2011
  • Width in cm 16,5
  • Height in cm 24
  • Weight in kg 1,5
  • Au catalogue : oui
  • Au catalogue hiver : oui
  • Au catalogue libraires : oui

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Freshwater fish of France

Freshwater fish of France

 

Collegial book of 49 authors, all renowned specialists in a species, this atlas exhaustively covers the species of freshwater fish of France, whether indigenous or introduced.  Some brackish water species are also described.  It summarizes the latest taxonomical, biogeographical, paleontological and historical data, along with biological and ecological information.  After several chapters covering the evolution of the populations and their conservation, various approaches are suggested to help recognize the species: detailed and illustrated keys or descriptive datasheets.  Intended for the general public, from amateur anglers to researchers, it will also be a valuable tool for managers of the aquatic communities and environments.

Slip into your pocket:
a 32-page portable identification log.  It will enable you to identify most freshwater fish of France.  It is suitable for field trips.

Write in french.

 

Feuilleter l'ouvrage  FLICK THROUGH THE PAGES

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