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- The University of Alabama Press
- 381 figures
- 292 x 228 x 44 mm
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- 2948 g
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"Freshwater Mussels of Florida is a significant contribution to the literature and knowledge of mussels . . . It will be a popular book for malacologists and aquatic ecologists of all disciplines." --Kevin Cummings, coauthor of Field Gide to Freshwater Mussels of the Midwest "This book is very thorough, well written, factual, and will be a great resource to any student of natural history." --Jeffrey T. Garner, coauthor of Freshwater Mussels of Alabama & the Mobile Basin
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Dr. James D. Williams is an aquatic biologist at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and research associate at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida, USA. Robert S. Butler is a fish and wildlife biologist at the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, North Carolina, USA. Gary L. Warren is a freshwater invertebrate ecologist at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Gainesville, Florida, USA. Nathan A. Johnson is a research biologist at the US Geological Survey, Gainesville, Florida, USA.