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by Paul Humann

  • Author: Paul Humann
  • ISBN: 1878348353
  • ISBN13: 978-1878348357
  • ePub: 1708 kb | FB2: 1360 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Publisher: New World Publications; 2nd edition (October 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 240
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 472
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Reef Fish Identification: Galapagos ePub download

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Their groundbreaking system of identification of species by family groups and body shapes has proven to be an invaluable identification aid for scuba divers and underwater naturalists.

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Reef Fish Identification, Creature and Coral ID by Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach. Our reef fish, creature and coral field guides for recreational scuba divers are produced by underwater photographers Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach. In additon to our 13 field guides to marine life identification and behavior, we also distribute Roger Steene's Colours of the Reef, Andrew Martinez's Marine Life of the North Atlantic and John Randall's Shore Fishes of Hawaii.

com: Reef Fish Identification: Galapagos: Very clean and bright. Their groundbreaking system of identification of species by family groups and body shapes has proven to be an invaluable identification aid for scuba divers and underwater naturalists.

I took Humann's book on Galapagos reef fish identification on a recent cruise of the islands after reading through it twice. Tropical fish often show a great deal of variation, a point that Humann discusses and illustrates as needed

I took Humann's book on Galapagos reef fish identification on a recent cruise of the islands after reading through it twice. We had the opportunity for lots of snorkeling, and the snorkelers on the trip borrowed my Reef Fish Identification: Galapagos constantly during the entire trip. Tropical fish often show a great deal of variation, a point that Humann discusses and illustrates as needed. The book also includes information on the ranges and depths at which the fish are likely to be found, which is very helpful. If you are a snorkeler or scuba diver and are planning a visit to the Galapagos, by all means take a copy of this book.

Reef Fish Identification : Galapagos. By (author) Paul Humann, By (author) Ned Deloach. Useful while diving the Galapagos, this fish identification guide shows you the diversity, quantity and vitality of fish life in the seas that bathe the Galapagos archipelago, one of the world's natural underwater wonders. Format Paperback 230 pages. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Updated enlarged 2nd Edition of Reef Fish Identification Galapagos is a comprehensive field guide to the fish life in the rich waters that bath the Galapagos Archipelago. This book is the third in the series of Reef Fish Identification books by the authors.
Corgustari
Lives up to the quality of the other Humann and DeLoach books, which is very high. I have been able to identify a few fish photos from a previous Galápagos trip which I had failed to ID from other sources. I'll be studying this before I go again.

By the way, don't be surprised if the fish distributions have changed since this book was published. Galápagos corals were devastated in the 1982-83 and subsequent bleaching events. This is bound to cause declines in some fish species in areas which have lost most or all of their coral. Of course there are still plenty of fish to see, and where else can you snorkel beside an iguana munching on algae underwater?
Tygolar
I took Humann's book on Galapagos reef fish identification on a recent cruise of the islands after reading through it twice. We had the opportunity for lots of snorkeling, and the snorkelers on the trip borrowed my Reef Fish Identification: Galapagos constantly during the entire trip.
The organization of the book (mainly by shape), the superb photographs, the very clear diagrams indicating diagnostic characteristics, and the descriptions make this a very easy book for the layman to use. The coverage appears to be essentially complete; there were very few fish we were unable to identify. Tropical fish often show a great deal of variation, a point that Humann discusses and illustrates as needed. The book also includes information on the ranges and depths at which the fish are likely to be found, which is very helpful.
If you are a snorkeler or scuba diver and are planning a visit to the Galapagos, by all means take a copy of this book. Better yet, take two copies--one to use yourself, and one to loan out, because it will certainly be in demand.
Definitely a "must have" for those who plan to explore the waters of these fascinating islands.
Madis
Great info about the underwater Galapagos life. I recommend getting a land animal identification book as well to complete your knowledge. Reef shipped fast and arrived in good conditu8n.
Whitescar
No better Fish ID books than the Pau Humann, Ned DeLoach series. Only knock is that they are not available in Kindle format. These are fairly hefty books which limits their travel use. I would love to have both the spiral bound and a Kindle format.
Elizabeth
Took this with me to the Galapagos and our whole group used it to help identify the fish we encountered snorkeling.
Dugor
I bought this book as a gift for my daughter who, with friends, is renting a boat to visit the Galapagos Islands. She's a marine biologist and thought the book was quite excellent as a resource book.
Fordrekelv
fabulous book. encyclopedic. heavy.
i am really glad i did take it, however.
awesome book. i was so happy to have it on my trip. recommend highly
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