Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico (second edition)
- Date of Publication
- August 31, 2021
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This book has long been the premiere reference for identifying the fish of coastal waters. It contains descriptions of 539 species, along with information about where each species is found. There are 225 color photographs, as well as identification keys for groups of fishes, to help the reader identify fish species. Sections on ecology and conservation include the results of recent and ongoing studies. (424 pp.)
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