By Mark Everard
Britain hosts a range of freshwater environments, from torrential hill streams and lowland rivers to lakes and reservoirs, ponds and canals, and ditches and estuaries. Britain's Freshwater Fishes covers greater than 50 species of freshwater and brackish fish present in those waters. This fantastically illustrated consultant beneficial properties in-the-hand and in-the-water pictures all through, and available and informative overviews of subject matters comparable to fish biology and existence cycles. distinct species debts describe key id positive aspects, with info on prestige, measurement and weight, habitat, ecology, and conservation. The ebook additionally encompasses a thesaurus and recommendations for additional reading.
This easy-to-use box advisor might be beneficial to an individual attracted to Britain's freshwater fish existence, from naturalists and lecturers to scholars and anglers.
- Covers all of Britain's freshwater fishes
- Features appealing photographs all through
- Includes exact info on greater than 50 species, the areas they inhabit, and their roles in Britain's ecosystems
- Attractively designed and simple to use
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