Una guida fotografica sugli organismi delle barriere coralline, con suggerimenti e trucchi fotografici per scattare immagini delle diverse specie!
Need to find your way among Butterflyfishes galore?
Lost in a maze of confusing Groupers?
Can't make your Scorpionfish out?
Never fear - your problems are solved at last!
A DIVER'S GUIDE TO REEF LIFE, a formidable yet handy field guide for scuba divers and snorkellers worldwide featuring an incredible 1.200 tropical marine species from the Indo-Pacific to the Red Sea and the Caribbean.
This spectacular book - running 480 richly illustrated pages in full blazing color - boasts more than 1.300 color photos and, as our previous and wildly successful A DIVER'S GUIDE TO UNDERWATER MALAYSIA MACROLIFE, features first-hand information on distribution, habitat, size and life habits for each species, running the gamut from cartilagineous (sharks and rays) and bony fishes (all the others!) to hard and soft corals, invertebrates (from crustaceans to mollusks - including sea cucumbers, sea urchins, sea stars and nudibranchs), and even seafaring reptiles and mammals such as dolphins and whales.
Printed in a sturdy, traveller-friendly format and size (16,5 cm x 19 cm), easy to consult after a dive on a crowded boat or back at the beach, A DIVER'S GUIDE TO REEF LIFE is robustly hardbound with a special reinforced stitched binding for long duration. Featuring full scientific and common names indexes and several in-depth, highly readable special features on marine species behavior, it also adds the punch of a series of spectacular, incredibly colorful thematic photo galleries specially aimed at photographers.
Autore: Andrea Ferrari e Antonella Ferrari
Editore: Nautilus publishing