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Published by Blandford Press in Poole, Dorset .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed. 1974.

Statementedited by S. Peter Dance ; photographs by Ian Cameron.
ContributionsDance, S. Peter 1932-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14124824M

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completamente illustrato a coloriCited by:   This book stands up well with other books that deal extensively with shells. Following a general section which discusses mollusks,variety of form,use of shells,habitat,classification and collection.

Species described are divided into 6 groups-polyplacopora,monoplacopora,gastropoda,bivalvia,scaphopoda and cephalopoda/5(10). This book rediscovers that joy. It provides a classification guide, covers the basics of conchology, geographical location, fossil records, conservation, and ecology.

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