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Fishes of Wisconsin

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University of Wisconsin Press
Fishes (ichthyology), Ichthyology, Science, Science/Mathematics, Wisconsin, Fish, Life Sciences - Zoology - General, Fishing - General, F
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ISBN 100299087905
ISBN 139780299087906

Fishes Of Wisconsin Hardcover – January 1, by George C. Becker (Author)Cited by: Fishes of Wisconsin George C. Becker "Clearly the best available regional or state fish book.". — Library Journal This magnificent, encyclopedic reference to fish species—which are found not only in Wisconsin but also in much of the Great Lakes region and Mississippi River watershed—has been a.

This text is an encyclopaedic reference to fish species to be found in and around Wisconsin. In addition to comprehensive species accounts, the author discusses water resources and fisheries management from both historical and practical policy perspectives.

Fishes of Wisconsin by Becker, George C.

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Madison WI: University of Wisconsin Press, "In setting out to delineate all the species of known and extirpated fish of the state, Becker provides a sequence of detailed reports. Each family is introduced with a brief general description. Each species is introduced with a practical listing of both common and scientific names, and is.

Title:: Fishes of Wisconsin: Author:: Becker, George C. Note: Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, Link: page images at Wisconsin: Stable link here. Handbook of Wisconsin fishes. Milwaukee, Wis.: Published by order of the Board of Trustees, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Edmund Dickinson; Milwaukee Public Museum.

Fishes of Wisconsin. Source: Becker, George C. Fishes of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, xii, p.: ill. (some col.), maps ; 29 cm. Fishing Wisconsin Game fishes of Wisconsin. Do you know your Wisconsin fishes.

Wisconsin Fishes of Wisconsin book home to more than different fish species. The fish species below are most commonly caught by Wisconsin anglers. Healthy Dishes with Wisconsin Fishes.

More Preparation Tips. Make sure you’re eating the recommended. fish serving size for your weight: Your Body Weight (lbs) Serving Size Before Cooking (lbs) 75 ¼ ½ ¾. Reducing Contaminant Intake.

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MADISON - George C. Becker's "Fishes of Wisconsin" is the first comprehensive survey of the state's fish species and the environmental challenges they face. Published by the University of Wisconsin Press init remains the seminal reference to fish species found in Wisconsin, many which are also found throughout much of the Great Lakes and Upper.

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