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by Jean Andrews,Noe C Barrera,John W. Tunnell Jr.
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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    Jean Andrews,Noe C Barrera,John W. Tunnell Jr.
  • ISBN:
    1603441417
  • ISBN13:
    978-1603441414
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  • Publisher:
    Texas A&M University Press (July 15, 2010)
  • Pages:
    512 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Biological Sciences
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Studies, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) Hardcover – July 15. .NOE C. BARRERA is a malacologist, microphotographer, and book designer at the Center for Coastal Studies

Studies, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) Hardcover – July 15, 2010. Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). BARRERA is a malacologist, microphotographer, and book designer at the Center for Coastal Studies.

Corpus Christi, Texas, United States. Volume 1, Biodiversity. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

Texas A&M University Press.

Encyclopedia Of Texas Seashells - Muse. jhu 3 ecology, distribution and history tursh, bernard. appendix: outline of classi? cation and checklist of texas seashells 393 glossary 433 references 453 index 479 contents. Houston Conchology Society The Epitonium tific publications, 69 technical reports, and seven books, including the encyclopedia of texas seashells.

John W. Tunnell, Jean Andrews, Noe C. Barrera.

Encyclopedia of Texas Seashells : Identification, Ecology, Distribution, and History.

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Science-driven solutions for Gulf of Mexico problems

Science-driven solutions for Gulf of Mexico problems. Faculty, staff, and alumni gathered last Saturday for a Texas A&M-Corpus Christi College of Science and Engineering Alumni Shrimp Boil where HRI Endowed Chair for Biodiversity and Conservation, Dr. Wes Tunnell, was honored for all the contributions he has made for the College.

An essential reference book for every collector and researcher of American seashells, Encyclopedia of Texas Seashells is a complete sourcebook and up-to-date identification guide, covering an unprecedented nine hundred species of seashells and mollusks that reside in the marine habitats of the Gulf of Mexico.

Onnell
A massive coverage of the mollusks of Texas shores, the Caribbean and Brazil. Photographically beautiful and descriptively complete, including cephalopods ,nudibranchs and pelagic species of the Atlantic Cavoliniidae. A very valuable book for anyone interested in malacology, conchology or just beach combing for seashells.
Zorve
How wonderful to finally have a more comprehensive book on the shells of Texas. I am tired of buying books about the shells of Florida. This large encyclopedia covers over 900 species of shells found in Texas waters. Each shells has a picture to help with identification. I am a casual beachcomber and shell hunter, but I want to know about the shells I pick up at the beach. The book should be a valuable resource for those who shell the Western Atlantic or Gulf of Mexico. Too large and heavy to carry to the beach, it can be used in the comfort of your home.
Faulkree
I have found the book very useful in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico, as one might expect, since so many GOM mollusks occur through out the Gulf. I like the high resolution color photographs and the ecological chapters that precede the taxonomic section. I found it on Amazon for about 30 dollars, you might find a better deal. If you are interested in shells and marine environments characterized by Mollusca, this will be a useful addition to your library, even if you have the classic Texas books by Jean Andrews and others. Very impressive artistically, I thought.
Rocky Basilisk
I thought this was pricey when I ordered it. When I received it, I realized I got a great deal! This is the size of a text book. The photos are extensive and the information on each species is detailed. This will be a family favorite at the beach.
Funky
I would highly recommended this book. Everything about it is first rate, the photos, the text etc. Shows many species that you never see in books.
Malojurus
If you’re into shells, this is an amazing book! Covers the complete gulf coast.
Ann
Book arrive perfect!
I had seen this book in Texas Highways Magazine a couple of years ago, and failed to make my purchase at that time. However, Amazon had it in stock, and it arrived quickly.

The book is interesting, informative, and offers much more useful information than I actually expected. The photos are great, and make identifying shells much easier than any book I've used in the past.

I'm extremely pleased with this book, and am so happy I found it at Amazon!