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by R. Campbell,Peter S. Maitland

British Freshwater Fishes (Collins New Naturalist) download ebook
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0002193795
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978-0002193795
Author:
R. Campbell,Peter S. Maitland
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Collins; First Edition edition (July 23, 1992)
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352 pages
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1538 kb
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In this new volume in the New Naturalist series, Dr Peter Maitland and Niall Campbell, who have both spent a lifetime .

In this new volume in the New Naturalist series, Dr Peter Maitland and Niall Campbell, who have both spent a lifetime studying and catching fish, take an in-depth look at the fish that inhabit the fresh waters of Britain and Ireland. These include famous members of the salmon family, such as the Atlantic Salmon and the Brown Trout, and the obscure whitefish, species of which are confined to just a few lakes. The book also contains the most up to date identification key to both the families and individual species of fish, allowing every species of freshwater fish to be conclusively identified.

comFish have been a highly sought after part of the British fauna since Dame Juliana Berners wrote the first fishing book in 1486, but have long been overlooked by naturalists as a part of the British countryside. An in-depth look at the fish that inhabit the fresh waters of Britain and Ireland.

The New Naturalist Library (also known as The New Naturalists) is a series of books published by Collins in the United Kingdom, on a variety of natural history topics relevant to the British Isles. The aim of the series at the start was: "To interest the general reader in the wild life of Britain by recapturing the inquiring spirit of the old naturalists.

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In 1995 Collins published the 82nd volume in the New Naturalist series to coincide with its 50th anniversary.

In 1995 Collins published the 82nd volume in the New Naturalist series to coincide with its 50th anniversary. He covers the illustrious careers of its authors, how each title was conceived and received, and includes plates of the sketches and roughs of the jackets. He has written numerous book and articles and contributes regularly to British Wildlife.

Collins New Naturalist Library Текст. Книга на английском . Автор:Philip Chapman. In 1799, the German naturalist-explorer Baron Alexander von Humboldt, accompanied by a French botanist called Bonpland, visited the famous Cueva del Guacharo in the Caripe Valley of Venezuela. In that year Davidson collected the first specimens of a blind white fish in Mammoth Cave, described by de Kay, Wyman and Tellkampf as Amblyopsis spelaea.

Today fish are no longer seen as simply prey to man's obsession with catching things, but have become important indicators to the health of any water body, as well as a fascinating area of our fauna. In this treatise on freshwater fish, the authors analyze the reasons for the paucity of British fish species as well as identifying reasons for a particular species' distribution. They discuss the biology and its effect on the ecology of each species, including methods of investigation, distribution, habitats, conservation, rare and endangered species and identification.