Fishes of Antarctica: A Biological Overciew

Fishes of Antarctica: A Biological Overciew only now being properly documented and analysed. Reference For example, more than 100 intrusive species are so far Reid, G.M. (1996) Ichthyogeography of the Guinea-Congo rain recorded from West Africa in 75 genera, 30 families forest, West Africa. Proc. R. Soc. Edinburgh, 104B, 285–312. and 14 orders; and in the Cross river alone, there are Skelton, P.H. (1987) South African Red Data Book – Fishes. South 33 from 166 species (20%) with a familial representa- African National Scientific Programmes Rep. No. 137, 1–97. tion of 38%, or 16 from 42 families (Reid, 1996). Dr Whitfield (pp. 170, 220) collates even more impressive totals for southern Africa, with 155 estuary-associated GORDON MCGREGOR REID fish species in 53 families, and notes in the preface North of England Zoological Society, Chester, UK that there are over 10 000 coastal marine species in the region (with 12% endemicity) which may repres- ent about 15% of the world total for this general ecosystem. The author tackles the complexities of the estu- Fishes of Antarctica: A Biological Overview arine ichthyology and biology in a systematic and Edited by G. di Prisco, E. Pisano and A. Clarke logical way. He begins with the estuarine environ- Springer-Verlag Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Springer Journals

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