An extensive handbook of fishes in Oklahoma. Within each species account is a map showing where the fish can be found in the state, as well as info on its habitat & biology. 173 B&W illus, 70 color illus, 74 line drawings; 7x10 inches, 496 pgs. MAX DISCOUNT 25%.
Fishing is one of the most popular sports in Oklahoma, a state that boasts over 1,000 square miles of water. Now Fishes of Oklahoma, the only comprehensive handbook available for identifying fishes across the state of Oklahoma, is available to scientists and to anglers interested in knowing more about the fish they catch. Precise keys and clear black-and-white photos or drawings of every species allow for the ready identification of all Oklahoma fishes. Within each species account is a map showing where the fish can be found in the state, as well as information on its habitat and biology. Also included is a color section showcasing brilliant paintings by Rudolph J. Miller.
Common and scientific names
Black-and-white photos or drawings of each species
Detailed descriptions of each species
Distribution maps of each species
Habitat and biology information
Recent research on endangered species
Glossary of terms
Color paintings of many species
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Rudolph J. Miller, an artist, is Professor Emeritus of Zoology at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. He has twenty-eight years of experience studying and collecting Oklahoma fishes. Henry W. Robison is coauthor of Amphibians and Reptiles of Arkansas, Fishes of Arkansas, and Only in Arkansas: A Study of the Endemic Plants and Animals of the State. He is Professor of Biology at Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia, Arkansas.