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Fishes of Indiana: A Field Guide (Indiana Natural Science) Paperback – May 23, 2011
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Whether you've been fishing all your life or are wanting to learn, Fishes of Indiana is a field guide that you might want to consider taking along next time you're fishing. August 21, 2011 (The Herald Times)
The book's breakdown and detail is thorough and complete.June 14, 2011 (Evansville Courier & Press)
All in all the book is great. June 2011 (North American Native Fish Association Forum)
Every state should have a fish book like this. . . . This volume is compact to work as a field guide but could also be useful in reference collections in the area as the information and pictures are detailed. . . . [T]his is a recommended title for academic and large public libraries in the Midwest region of the United States. (American Reference Books Annual)
About the Author
Thomas P. Simon, Ph.D., has published more than 150 scientific papers and 10 books on the natural history and ecology of North American freshwater fishes. He is a Fellow of the Indiana Academy of Science and former Director of the Indiana Biological Survey.
Joseph R. Tomelleri is a scientific illustrator.
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As a Bio-Science technician and aspiring research scientist I swear by this book. With Dr. Simon's reference I've learned to identify dozens of fish species and this has helped to immensely increase my utility in the field during research projects. Whether you're interested in Midwest fish species or Indiana alone there is no book better than this.