A list of the fishes of Canada

by D. E. McAllister

Publisher: National Museum of Natural Sciences in Ottawa

Written in English
Published: Pages: 310 Downloads: 337
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  • Fishes -- Canada -- Nomenclature.,
  • Fishes -- Canada -- Nomenclature (Popular) -- French.,
  • Fishes -- Canada -- Nomenclature (Popular) -- English.

Edition Notes

Other titlesListe des poissons du Canada.
StatementDon E. McAllister ; translated by Jacqueline Lanteigne and Michèle Bélanger Steigerwald ; revised by Denise Campillo-Cerf = Liste des poissons du Canada / Don E. McAllister ; traduction, Jacqueline Lanteigne et Michèle Bélanger Steigerwald ; révision, Denise Campillo-Cerf.
GenreNomenclature., Nomenclature (Popular)
SeriesSyllogeus,, no. 64
ContributionsCampillo, D.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL626 .M283 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination310 p. :
Number of Pages310
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1956338M
ISBN 100660130556
LC Control Number90185044

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This work attempts a definitive listing of the scientific, English and French names of fishes for Canada. New species and species new to this ichthyofauna are still being discovered and the taxonomy changes over time.

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