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How dispersal affects the geographic ranges of species is a controversial issue. This book describes the colorful and ecologically important snail genus Conus, and provides what is probably the best and most extensive data set of life parameters available for any tropical invertebrate taxon. The conclusions drawn are likely to apply to many coral-reef invertebrates, and are of considerable significance for marine biogeographers, comparative biologists, ecologists, and all those interested in the study of biodiversity.
'interesting book' Jaap Dorgelo, Netherlands Journal of Aquatic Ecology, July 1994, Vol. 28 (2)
Series: Oxford Biogeography Series
Number Of Pages: 114
Published: 27th January 1994
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 18.9 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.45