Coastal Fish Identification Paul Humann

BKSR05One of the most popular and favorite Fish and Coral Identification guides for snorkelers and scuba divers alike is the series by New World Publications co-authored by Paul Humann and Ned Deloach. This series in its entirety covers almost every marine species known to man, which is why they are a must-have companion in every .

Reef Fish Identification “Tropical Pacific” combines the incredible talents of Gerald Allen, Roger Steene, Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach four of the best marine life authors/photographers in the business.bksr03 tropical seas between Thailand and Tahiti in a 500 page guide containing 2500 underwater photographs. Each species contains text on the fish’s common, scientific and family names, size, description, visually distinctive features, preferred habitat, typical behavior, depth range, and geographical distribution. Despite the books size making it a tricky carry-on for air travel, it’s a must have compendium for anyone visiting the Pacific.

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Reef Creature Identification steers away from the fish and focuses on the strange and wonderful crabs, lobsters, shrimps, jellyfish, sponges, and mollusks that inhabit the reefs of the Western Atlantic. Have you ever wanted to know more about that colorful nudibranch you spotted on your dive? Or are you a shell collector that would like to know the name of your latest find? With 448 pages and over 660 photographs, this guide covers almost every marine invertebrate of the Florida Caribbean and Bahamas region.

BKSR01We often pay more attention to identifying fish species, but often have no clue about the names and behavior of the various Coral species that make up the reef. Reef Coral Identification helps identify virtually every species of stony coral, gorgonian, fire coral and black coral inhabiting the tropical western Atlantic region. With over 530 photographs this 288 page guide will have you easily identifying all the corals you will see while diving or snorkeling the ocean just like a marine biologist. The new 2nd edition includes a comprehensive photo-essay of coral diseases and predation and a photo gallery on coral reproduction as well as information on marine pants and seaweed.

From the beautiful cool waters of Catalina Island to the frigid straits of British Columbia this book covers it all. For more than 3 years, photographers and scientists from around the world have contributed their work to Paul Humann and Ned Deloach to aid in producing this new edition. The result of their extensive work has produced the most up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive reference available for the marine life of the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean from California to Alaska. If you’re a Monterey Bay Kelp forest diver, then this book is a must have guide.


Catching WHITES -2

2004-12-18 13:02:57 by WHites

Lake whitefish generally spawn in the late autumn just prior to freeze-up in shallow water (often less than 25 feet), usually over a hard or stony bottom, but sometimes over sand. Spawning can occur under the ice in some lakes, however. What does this tell you? Well, like most fish, spent adults are hungry following the spawning season. Often the best lake whitefish catches are shortly after they spawn in the month of December, just when the ice is safe to travel on. Use caution on ice and always test the conditions. Never walk on ice that is less than four inches thick and don't drive on ice that is less than 12 inches thick


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