The second volume in the Fauna Malesiana book series gives an extensive overview of the larval development of 124 families of fishes, many of them of importance for both fishery and from ecological perspectives. The families that are described originate from the center of global marine biodiversity: the tropical Indo-Pacific Oceans, a region rich in coral reefs, as well as mangrove, estuarine, and coastal shelf habitats. The identification guide not only documents the ontogeny of these fishes but also provides the means to identify these extraordinarily diverse larvae to the level of family. The book offers a wealth of instructive and detailed figures and illustrations (219 plates, each consisting of approximately 4 figures) for enabling the identification of these families and their larval specialization.
The Larvae of Indo-Pacific Coastal Fishes
T.R. New and C. Lienhard
A synopsis of the bark lice and book lice (Psocoptera) recorded from tropical Southeast Asia, including illustrated keys to all families and genera, together with distributional and biological notes, comprehensive references and a checklist of regional species.
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