Field guide for the edible crustacea of the Philippines
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Information on each species includes: 1) taxonomy (scientific, English and Philippine names) and diagnostic characters: 2) ecology; 3) distribution; 4) fisheries data; 5) economics (potential, price).
Motoh, H. & Kuronuma, K. (1980). Field guide for the edible Crustacea of the Philippines. Iloilo, Philippines: Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
Foreword. -- Introduction -- Acknowledgement -- Notes on presentation -- Identification of the species -- Glossary of technical terms -- List of the species arranged in systematic order -- Descriptions and illustrations -- References -- Index to scientific names -- Index to English names -- Index to Philippine names.
ii, 96 p. : ill. (col.).
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