Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 8, 223 (1998) A listing in this section does not necessarily preclude a later review. Cephalopod Behaviour Roger T. Hanlon and John B. Messenger Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1996 ISBN 0 521 42083 0, £50.00 Cloth, pp. xvi 232, 13 tables, 113 ®gures (7 in colour) Boxes, references (31 pp.), indexes of organisms and subjects The authors address this book to cephalopod biologists, animal behaviourists and ``cephalopod ®sheries biologists, who might ®nd that information about behaviour, especially reproductive behaviour, could help them manage their economically important ®sheries better'' (p. xiii). Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles, Revised Edition Karen A. Bjorndal (ed.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington and London, 1996 ISBN 1-56098-619-0, £23.25 Soft cover, acid-free paper, pp. iv 615, numerous tables and ®gures For this revision, to re¯ect developments since this in¯uential book ®rst appeared (1982), 14 brief, new review chapters have been added to the 64 original contributions, which are unchanged. 0960±3166 # 1998 Chapman & Hall
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