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A History and Atlas of the Fishes of the Antarctic Ocean.
by [Antarctica] Miller, Richard Gordon.

Publisher Information:
Foresta Institute for Ocean and Mountain Studies, Carson City: 1993.

A Near Fine copy with previous owner name in three places in a Fine bright dust jacket. This book is a major contribution to the study of the various strange fishes of the South Polar Region. The author is a noted conservationist and ichthyologist concerned with the protection of marine resources around the world, and in the comprehensive volume he documents the evolution of polar fishes providing species histories, ranking of fish families, genera, anatomy, and their relationships with the special waters around Antarctica. Illustrated with some 180 plates with precise diagnostic details.

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Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 22658

Price: $175.00

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