Fishs Of Australia’s Southern Coast
Fishes of Australia’s Southern Coast brings together the latest scientific knowledge on more than 860 species inhabiting Australia’s temperate southern waters, from the Recherche Archipelago at the western end of the Great Australian Bight to Wilson’s Promontory in the east, many found nowhere else.
Those included range in size from tiny gobies and clingfishes less than 3 centimetres long, to the Whale Shark, the largest fish in the ocean, reaching a length of 12 metres. Thirty expert ichthyologists from within Australia and overseas have written accounts of all species known to occur within the area.
Guide to Sea Fishes of Australia
A comprehensive and practical handbook that identifies fishes commonly seen in Australian waters.A comprehensive and practical handbook that identifies fishes commonly seen in Australian waters. The species entries are grouped in families in the internationally accepted scientific order. Families are arranged so that those with closely related features follow on from one another, making comparison easy. Length measurements for adults are given along with general text highlighting, diagnostic features, interesting aspects of the species and habitat. Every species account is accompanied by one or more colour photographs, nearly all of which show the fishes in their natural habitat, and a distribution map. All these features enable positive identification of over 950 species.
Tropical Marine Fishes of Australia
Covering almost 1,100 species, often with multiple images for important life stages, this field guide represents the most comprehensive collection of the tropical fishes found on Australian reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea, Ningaloo Reef, Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.
Many of the species covered are also found widely throughout the Indo- Pacific, from the Red Sea, up to Japan and across to French Polynesia, and travellers will also find this book handy, particularly for popular tropical South Pacific destinations.
Victoria’s Galaxiid Fishes
fishes are of Gondwana origin and well represented in Victoria. All known members are described and illustratedGalaxiid with multiple images, including many apparently new species. With nearly all natural habitats destroyed and predatory trout recklessly introduced, many species are critically endangered and surviving in headwaters of river basins as highly localised small populations in forested habitats.
This book serves to make people aware of these special fishes living in our forests.
Freshwater fishes of the Greater Brisbane region
Contains 34 species of fish found in the rivers, dams and streams of the Greater Brisbane Region. Each species description includes a full-colour photograph and concise information on key features, habitat and distribution. Also included is a pull out visual branching key to aid identification.
Reef fishes: treasures of the Great Barrier Reef
An illustrated guide to the most commonly encountered reef fishes of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Also includes a small section covering other commonly encountered reef life. This book highlights the roles fish play in this tropical coral ecosystem. A lovely keepsake for snorkelers and naturalists visiting the area.
A field guide to the FRESHWATER FISHES of the KIMBERLEY
This 262 page volume, with a Foreword by Tim Winton, contains full colour illustrations and information on the fish fauna of the spectacular Kimberley.
The book includes exciting new species descriptions, distributional maps, cultural values, language names, ecology and conservation status of almost 100 species.