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Freshwater Fishes of the Northeastern United States
A Field Guide

Robert G. Werner

Cloth $49.95s    |    0-8156-3020-4    |    2004

"Robert Werner’s field guide offers identifications keys, general life history, and distribution information on the freshwater fishes of New England and New York. As noted in the preface, most field guides on fishes of particular states from this region are out of print. Also, fauna differ significantly among the states of this region. Thus, this regional field guide serves the scientist, student, or lay person whose needs go beyond state boundaries...An easy-to-use identification field guide that provided interesting information and fine illustrations. It should be quite useful to those seeking information on the freshwater fishes of the northeastern region."—Fisheries Monthly

  Freshwater Fishes of the Northeastern United States

  Robert G. Werner has published two books, Fishery Science: The Unique Contribution of Early Life Stages and Freshwater Fishes of New York State: A Field Guide, the latter published by Syracuse University Press. He is a former faculty member of SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry College and the former director of the St. Lawrence River Biological Station. He was also codirector of the Great Lakes Research Consortium.

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6 x 9, 280 pages, 112 black-and-white and 134 color illustrations, bibliography, glossary, index

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