Reef Fishes of the Indo-Pacific
Reef Fishes of the Indo-Pacific
Reef Fishes of the Indo-Pacific
Reef Fishes of the Indo-Pacific
Reef Fishes of the Indo-Pacific

Reef Fishes of the Indo-Pacific

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Artikelnummer: 9781912081349
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Auteurs Matthias Bergbauer, Manuela Kirschner
ISBN 9781909612310
Uitgever John Beaufoy Publishing
Taal Engels
Pagina’s 352
Formaat 15 x 21 cm
Bindwijze paperback
Afbeeldingen    rijk geïllustreerd met kleurenfoto's
Jaar van uitgave  reprinted in 2017

The Indo-Pacific region is the dream destination for all SCUBA divers and snorkellers. The coral reefs in this region are bursting with marine life and are home to more animal species than any other diving spot in the world – more than 40 per cent of all coral reef fishes known worldwide. Added to this, the waters are crystal-clear, giving the best chance of viewing the underwater stars.

Top-quality, close-up photographs of each species (in some cases including juvenile or sub-adult variants) are accompanied by detailed information listing identifying features, size, biology and distribution. The introductory section focuses on specific types of behaviour, such as mimicry, cleaning stations and the symbiotic relationships between various species. The species descriptions that follow are grouped in three chapters on fishes, invertebrates, and reptiles and sea mammals. Covering Mauritius, Seychelles, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia, Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia and describing over 800 species, this book is an invaluable identification guide.

Dr Matthias Bergbauer is an ocean biologist and works at Munich University. Manuela Kirschner is a successful underwater photographer with awards from national and international photography competitions.

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