4 edition of history of the fishes of the British Islands. found in the catalog.
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Appearing later than Thomas Bewick’s famous History of British Birds (), Yarrell’s History boasts “a text of greater ornithological interest than Bewick's” (Knight, ). The History of British Fishes is “indispensable in every English angler's library as a work of reference” (Westwood & Satchell, ). Since all the islands except Pitcairn have been uninhabited for hundreds of years, they provide a rare glimpse of insular marine ecosystems essentially untouched by human activities. The Pitcairn Islands are separated from the nearest continental landmasses of New Zealand and South America by a distance of more than 4 km.
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British Wildlife is the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing essential reading for both enthusiast and professional naturalists and wildlife conservationists. Fishes of the Mascarene Islands An Annotated Checklist With Descriptions of New Species. World / Checklist Out of Print. By: R Fricke. pages, Tabs. Apr 8, - v. 1 - A history of the fishes of the British Islands. - Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Jonathan Couch (illustrator). Color plate of a whiting fish, by Jonathan Couch (), a physician, natural historian, and artist, from his four-volume history "A History of the Fishes of the British Islands" (). Measures 6 X inches ( X 25 cm). The top edge is rough with binding marks.
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1 - A history of the fishes of the British Islands. - Biodiversity Heritage Library. A great deal of Jonathan Couch's varied work was published during his lifetime, but his major work was Fishes of the British Islands, published in four volumes between and The great work contained water colours and drawings and is of considerable artistic merit as well as being a major contribution to scientific knowledge.
Plate CCII from "A History of the Fishes of the British Islands", by Jonathan Couch. London: Groombridge and Sons, Original wood engraving in colors.
Age toning, otherwise very good Rating: % positive. Author: COUCH Jonathan Title: A History Of Fishes Of The British Isles Price: £ Year: Edition: re issue Edn, Publisher: George Bell and Sons Summary: 4 Vols, VII + IV + IV + IV pages, small 4to., adverts to each volume, datedfine hand tinted colour plates, 1 page and 1 plate with closed tear professionally repaired and outer margin rubbed to frontis of.
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Language: English. Content provider: Smithsonian Institution Libraries. History of the Fishes of the British Islands Bloch's Gurnard. LXIX Ref: P/ Categories: Natural History / Fishes (Couch) Medium: Chromolithograph Artist: Couch J Engraver: Fawcett B Publisher:.
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The Egyptians invented various implements and methods for fishing and these are clearly illustrated in tomb scenes, drawings, and papyrus documents. Simple reed boats served for fishing.
Woven nets, weir baskets made from willow branches, harpoons and hook and line (the hooks having a.A History of British Fishes, Volume 2 A History of British Fishes, William Yarrell: Author: William Yarrell: Publisher: J. Van Voorst, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Jan 6, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.Engraving from A HISTORY OF THE FISHES OF THE BRITISH ISLANDS (Vol.I) by Jonathan Couch.
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