Field Guide to Australian Sharks and Rays

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Australia has an extremely diverse shark and ray fauna. There are more than 300 different species and at least half of these are thought to only occur in our waters. This user-friendly guide was developed by CSIRO, the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) and the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) so that fishers, observers and scientists can identify the main Australian target and bycatch species of sharks, rays and chimaerids. It includes full-colour illustrations, distribution maps and descriptions, which will be of interest to divers, naturalists and students in aquatic science.

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". . . a user-friendly format with pictorial keys to families and full colour photographs annotated with key features for identification. . . Very useful as a portable general field guide."
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Published by CSIRO Marine Research, Hobart (2002)
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Book Description CSIRO Marine Research, Hobart, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. First edition.. 250 x 180 mm, ii + 84 pp, colour illustrations throughout, key to families, glossary, indexes of common and scientific names. Spiral binding. More than 300 species inhabit Australian waters. This compact water-resistant guide was developed specifically for use in the field Australia-wide. Many of the species differ between tropical and temperate regions, and between pelagic and demersal fisheries, but there is significant overlap. This guide can be used to identify sharks and rays in most Australian fisheries. In addition to providing the identifying features of these fishes, information on endangered species, correct handling, tagging techniques, collection of biological data, and conservation practices is included. Although tailored to suit the needs of commercial fishers, this guide is also relevant to observers, recreational anglers, divers, and others interested in sharks and rays. Seller Inventory # 10559

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Daley, R. K.;Stevens, J. D.;Last, P.R.;Yearsley, G. K.
Published by Csiro, Australia (2002)
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Book Description Csiro, Australia, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Reprinted. ii+84pp. Pictorial colour illustrated covers, b/w illust. title page, col. text ills., maps, diags., tables, abbrev., gloss., indexes. Australia has an extremely diverse shark and ray fauna. There are more than 300 different species and at least half of these are thought to only occur in our waters. This user- friendly guide was developed by CSIRO, AFMA, and FRDC so that fishers, observers and scientists can identify the main Australian target and bycatch species of sharks, rays and chimaerids. Size: Thin Large Octavo. Book. Seller Inventory # 000676

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