By Michael Hutchins
V. 1. decrease metazoans and lesser deuterostomes / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. 2. Protostomes / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. three. bugs / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. 4-5. Fishes I-II / Neil Schlager -- v. 6. Amphibians / Neil Schlager, editor -- Reptiles / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. 8-11. Birds I-IV / Donna Olendorf, undertaking editor -- v. 12-16. Mammals I-V -- v. 17. Cumulative index.; ''This is a revised and up-to-date version of 1 of the main authoritative and complete resources at the world's animals. just like the 1st variation written via famous zoologist Bernard Grzimek and released in 1972, the second one variation covers every kind of animals in geographic parts all over the world. It contains high quality pictures and illustrations and a complete index to all volumes.''--''The best 20 Reference Titles of the Year,'' American Libraries, may well 2004
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Fishes: An Introduction to Ichthyology. , 2000. , Gerald R. Allen, and Roger C. Steene. Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. Honolulu: Crawford House Publishing/University of Hawaii Press, 1997. Melina Hale, PhD Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia ••••• Life history and reproduction Types of reproduction The vast array of adaptations that has evolved in fishes has given them the ability to inhabit a wide range of different habitats, including open seas and oceans, lakes, ponds, estuaries, rivers, tide pools, springs, deserts, forests, mudflats, and mountains.
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4: Fishes I Structure and function Several sets of bones form the floor of the mouth and wrap around the buccal cavity to connect to other cranial elements. The most rostral is the hyoid arch, involved in expansion of the buccal cavity. Following the hyoid arch are the branchial arches, which hold the gill structures, and, most caudally, the pharyngeal jaws, which bear teeth and help the fish eat prey. During feeding, jaw-depressor muscles rotate the lower jaw ventrally, causing the jaws to protrude forward.
Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia. Fishes 1 by Michael Hutchins