The book of fishes. / 1952 ed., rev. and enl., presenting the better-known food and game fishes and the aquatic life of the coastal and inland waters of the United States. Edited by John Oliver La Gorce. With 236 species in color with biographies, 67 other color photos., and 170 monochrome photos.
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- Physical Description: xi, 339 pages : illustrations (part color) ; 27 cm
- Edition: Rev. & enl.
- Publisher: Washington : The Society, 1952.
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America's rich harvest of the sea, by J. O. La Gorce.--Our heritage of fresh waters, by C. H. Townsend.--Fishing in Pacific coast streams, by L. P. Schultz.--Angling in the United States, by L. Marden.--Marineland, Florida's giant fish bowl, by G. G. La Gorce.--Some curious inhabitants of the Gulf Stream, by J. T. Nichols.--Man-of-war fleet attacks Bimini, by P. A. Zahl.--Devilfishing in the Gulf Stream, by J. O. La Gorce.--Certain citizens of the Villiers.--The lordly tarpon, angler's delight, by V. Hellner.--Sea creatures of our Atlantic shores, by R. W. Miner.--Men who go down to the sea in aqualungs, by J. Y. Cousteau.--Goggle fishing in California waters, by D. Hellyer.--Strange babies of the sea, by H. B. Moore.
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