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About this book. Language: Bilingual in English and French. This new re-examined and completed fauna displays an up to date account of our knowledge on the systematics of the fresh and brackish water fishes of West Africa. lts aim is to help ichthyologists with the identification of the species they collect. : Fresh & Brackish Water Fishes of West Africa (Collection Faune Et Flore Tropicales) () by Paugy, Didier and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback. Buy The Fresh and Brackish Water Fishes of Lower Guinea, West-Central Africa, Volume 2 / Poissons d'Eaux Douces et Saumâtres de Basee Guinée, Ouest de l'Afrique Centrale, Volume 2 (): NHBS - Melanie Stiassny, Guy G Teugels and Carl D Hopkins, Royal Museum for Central Africa / Musée Royal de l'Afrique Centrale. West African fresh and brackish water fish fauna. This is a continuation to the book abstracted as 92L/, summarizing current knowledge on systematics for the area lying from the Senegal.
Introduction Freshwater habitats from Africa and Madagascar harbour about 3, fish species (Lévêque et al., ). This is of course not a definitive figure because new species are still described and taxonomic revisions occur regularly. That means that about a quarter of all known freshwater fishes live in Africa, an expected pattern considering that biodiversity peaks in tropical biomes. WEST AFRICAN FRESHWATER FISH. by M. Holden and W. Reed. In the series West African Nature Handbooks by Longman. Succinct, very well illustrated little pocketbook listing species, catching methods and some advice on keeping these fishes in aquaria. Our Price including UK postage £18 THE GAME FISHES OF AFRICA. by Hugh Copley. Covers Fresh and Salt water species. HB pp Witherby A SUPERB old hardback book as relevant today as the day it was published. Beautifully line illustrated plus some B & W pictures No dust cover on actual book. One copy only £ plus £5 Recorded UK postage. Freshwater, Brackish water and Marine fish culture of India by Dr. S. G. Chebbi 1. Dr. Sameer Gopal ChebbiDr. Sameer Gopal Chebbi Dept. of ZoologyDept. of Zoology Industrial fish and fisheries divisionIndustrial fish and fisheries division Karnatak Science College, DharwadKarnatak Science College, Dharwad Fresh water, brackish andFresh water, brackish and marine water fish .
In: Stiassny, M. L. J., G. G. Teugels and C. D. Hopkins (eds): The fresh and brackish water fishes of Lower Guinea, West-Central Africa. Volume 1. [Poissons d'eaux douces et saumâtres de basse. Fresh & Brackish Water Fishes of West Africa [In English & French] [2 Volume Set - Includes CD-ROM] By Didier Paugy, et al. December IRD Editions ISBN: X pages, Illustrated, 6 " x 9 " $ Paper Original. Currently, among nea fresh and brackish water fish species described in the world (Nelson, ; Froese & Pauly, ), 3, species have been described from Africa, belonging to 95 families (Lévêque et al., ). Initially, these species were listed in the Check-List of the Freshwater Fishes of Africa or CLOFFA (Daget et al., , a and b, ), but since its publication. The fresh and brackish water fishes of West Africa Volume 2. Coll. faune et flore tropicales Institut de recherche de développement, Paris, France, Muséum national d'histoire naturelle, Paris, France and Musée royal de l'Afrique Central, Tervuren, Belgium, p.