By Matt Longshaw, Paul Stebbing
Written by way of global specialists in astacology, this ebook covers a number facets of the biology and ecology of freshwater crayfish. With a robust concentrate on wild crayfish, the booklet stories the taxonomy and genetics of this attention-grabbing workforce of animals. lower than exam are also crayfish development and copy, with designated illustrations; habit and chemical ecology of crayfish; ailments of crayfish; holistic knowing of drivers for crayfish inhabitants good fortune; and techniques for the keep watch over of non-native crayfish.
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