[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: NFC: native fish library
<color><param>0100,0100,0100</param>Lee, et al, <italic>Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes </italic>(Distribution
maps mainly. Also lists some known populations of exotics.)
Adey and Loveland, <italic>Dynamic Aquaria</italic> (note: This is NOT about
reef tanks, but creating model ecosystems).
Eddy, <italic>How to Know the Freshwater Fishes</italic> (Highly recommended
for beginners who don't know all the families. The keys are very
easy to use and each family is given a nice little write-up. Is NOT
a complete guide to NAFW fishes, though.)
Nelson, <italic>Fishes of the World</italic> (a standard reference)
Fishes of (your state and surrounding states) highly recommended!
Stoskopf, <italic>Fish Medicine</italic> (a good reference covering marine,
freshwater ornamental, and food and game fishes)
<color><param>7F00,0000,0000</param>> Doing a little project for the web site here, and wanted to get some
> feedback from NFC'ers. Aside from the fine titles already listed on
> your web site, what are some of your favorite book titles of interest to
> native fish enthusiasts? You don't have to limit yourself to non-game
> fish. Stuff about habitat preservation is also cogent. I really need the
> title and author, but if you can provide the ISBN that would make things a
> lot easier. Also, if you have any commentary about your favorite titles
> that you'd like to see included on the web site, that would add a nice
> personal touch.
> So, what books on your shelf have the most miles?
> "I would remind you that extremism in defense of liberty is no vice; and I
> would remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no
> virtue." - Barry Goldwater FOR COMMENT CHANNELS ONLY
Greater American Freshwater Fishes Resource Site (GAFFeRs): http://www.localink4.com/~archimedes/
"Fie on thee, fellow! Whence come these fishes?" - Scheherazade
"Any fish with good teeth is liable to use them." - Wm. T. Innes