ANGLERS' FISHES and THEIR NATURAL HISTORY. The Lonsdale Library Vol. XXXIV. By Eric Taverner.

ANGLERS' FISHES and THEIR NATURAL HISTORY. The Lonsdale Library Vol. XXXIV. By Eric Taverner.

FISHERY SCIENCE: ITS METHODS AND APPLICATIONS. George A. Rousefell, Ph.D. W. Harry Everhart, Ph.D.

FISHERY SCIENCE: ITS METHODS AND APPLICATIONS. George A. Rousefell, Ph.D. W. Harry Everhart, Ph.D.

ANGLERS' FISHES and THEIR NATURAL HISTORY. The Lonsdale Library Vol. XXXIV. By Eric Taverner.

1957 1st edition (re-issue). 8vo (139 x 223mm). Pp284,ii[ads]. B/w photographs and illustrations. Plain grey boards.

"The life of fishes and those creatures upon which they are dependent and the natural conditions governing their world". Chapters include: Some fishes and their distribution; The salmon; The brown or resident trout; The seatrout; The grayling; The steelhead and the rainbow trout; The carps; Perch and pike; Anatomical; Fins and locomotion; Distinction of species, etc; Aquatic vision; The other special senses; Coloration and disguise; Reproduction in some fishes; May-flies, sedge-flies and stone-flies; Other four-winged insects; Some two-winged flies; Higher crustaceans and crustaceans of the plankton; Freshwater snails; Some notes on migration; Aquatic vegetation; Predators; Water - lakes and rivers, food chain; Regulation of stock.
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Author Taverner (Eric).
Book Code 8794
ISBN B001AVYB8A.
Book Description Slight shop-soiling but very good in dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1957
Publisher Seeley Service.
Place London.