Seashore of the Pacific Northwest

Item #: 07565
Author: Ian Sheldon
ISBN: 9781551051611
$14.95
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The Pacific Northwest, known for its variety of ecologically diverse seashore species, teems with strange and unique creatures that can be seen anywhere from Olympic National Park to Puget Sound. Discover 150 strange and wonderful seashore species color coded in this convenient and handy guide book for quick identification. Learn about urchins, anemones, sea stars, crabs, snails, and much more. Detailed descriptions and beautifully rendered illustrations along with information on range, tidal zones, habitats, colors, and size make this an informative must-have book for anyone planning a visit to tidepools or a trip to a seashore in the Pacific Northwest.

This guide includes:
  • Mammals
  • Fishes
  • Limpets
  • Snails
  • Bivalves
  • Chitons
  • Sea Slugs
  • Squids & Octopus
  • Sea Stars & Brittle Stars
  • Sea Urchins
  • Sea Cucumbers
  • Jellyfish
  • Anemones & Coral
  • Crabs
  • Small Crustaceans
  • Worms
  • Other Small Organisms
  • Algae & Seaweed
  • Other
Features: Paperback. 1998. 191 pp. Many color illustrations, reference guide, and index. 4 x 8 in.