This series was set up by the Expert-Center for Taxonomic Identification (ETI) of the University of Amsterdam on an initiative of UNESCO. Its aim is to provide scientists, students, and other interested parties with easily accessible, high-quality taxonomic and ecological information on the world’s biological diversity.
Fish Eggs and Larvae from Asian Mangrove Waters
The highly productive mangrove waters of the tropics and subtropics serve as a nursery ground for many marine fish, crustacean and mollusc species of considerable economic importance and nutritional value. A major part of the life cycle of brackish water fish and a few stages of freshwater species are also supported by this ecosystem rich in nutrients. This cd-rom shows 77 species and provides an understanding of the significance of mangroves in supporting the coastal fisheries resources.
Also available in printed version.
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Windows: Windows 95/98, Pentium CPU, 16 MB RAM, Thousands of colours, 4x (or faster) speed CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive.
Mac: System 7.x/ Mac OS 8.x, 680x0/PowerPC CPU16 MB RAM, Thousands of colours, 4x (or faster) speed CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive.
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