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Wildlife of the Australian Snow-Country

AU$30.00
By: GREEN, Ken. And OSBORNE, William.
ID No.: 7016.
Reed Books Sydney 1994 1stEdn.  4to Illust 200p. D/J. The culmination of fifteen years of extensive field work and research on aspects of the ecology of alpine wildlife. Includes detailed descriptions of the mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, fish, insects and other invertebrates of Tasmania, New South Wales and Victoria.  Supported by many maps, tables, drawings and photographs. -Fine                                                                         

Wildlife of the Australian Snow-Country

AU$30.00
ID No.: 7016.
Reed Books Sydney 1994 1stEdn.  4to Illust 200p. D/J. The culmination of fifteen years of extensive field work and research on aspects of the ecology of alpine wildlife. Includes detailed descriptions of the mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, fish, insects and other invertebrates of Tasmania, New South Wales and Victoria.  Supported by many maps, tables, drawings and photographs. -Fine                                                                         

Shark Management and Conservation

AU$35.00
By: GRIBBLE N.A., McPHERSON, G. & LANE B. (ed.)
ID No.: 4353
Department of Primary Industries Brisbane 1998 8vo Illust 143p.  Soft cover.  Proceedings from the Sharks and Man workshop of the Second World Fisheries Congress held in Brisbane in 1996.     Foreword by Baden Lane.  In many respects we hold sharks in awe and fear, However they provide a large component of human protein in some countries in the world. The workshops were designed review management systems  to monitor and control the effects of recreational and commercial fishing, coastal development and tourism.  The three streams for the workshop were Management of the fishery, Shark control and public safety and Shark conservation. -Fine

Shark Management and Conservation

AU$35.00
ID No.: 4353
Department of Primary Industries Brisbane 1998 8vo Illust 143p.  Soft cover.  Proceedings from the Sharks and Man workshop of the Second World Fisheries Congress held in Brisbane in 1996.     Foreword by Baden Lane.  In many respects we hold sharks in awe and fear, However they provide a large component of human protein in some countries in the world. The workshops were designed review management systems  to monitor and control the effects of recreational and commercial fishing, coastal development and tourism.  The three streams for the workshop were Management of the fishery, Shark control and public safety and Shark conservation. -Fine

Australian Trout Anglers' Insects

AU$30.00
By: GRIFFITHS, Fadg
ID No.: 645
Murray Books  Sydney 1978, 12mo Illust 207p, soft cover.  Illustrated by the author.  The life cycle, description  and tying patterns that represent the food chain on Australian waters.  Includes chapters on Mayflies, Caddis, stonefly, damselfly, aquatic bugs, grasshoppers, aquatic beetles, craneflies, midges, ants, wasps, bees, butterflies moths lacewings and termites.     – Fine

Australian Trout Anglers' Insects

AU$30.00
ID No.: 645
Murray Books  Sydney 1978, 12mo Illust 207p, soft cover.  Illustrated by the author.  The life cycle, description  and tying patterns that represent the food chain on Australian waters.  Includes chapters on Mayflies, Caddis, stonefly, damselfly, aquatic bugs, grasshoppers, aquatic beetles, craneflies, midges, ants, wasps, bees, butterflies moths lacewings and termites.     – Fine

Australian Trout Anglers’ Insects,

AU$32.00
By: GRIFFITHS, Fadg.
ID No.: 645.
Murray Books   Sydney 1978, 12mo Illust 207p, soft cover.  Illustrated by the author.  The life cycle, description  and tying patterns that represent the food chain on Australian waters.  Includes chapters on Mayflies, Caddis, stonefly, damselfly, aquatic bugs, grasshoppers, aquatic beetles, craneflies, midges, ants, wasps, bees, butterflies moths lacewings and termites.     – Fine  

Australian Trout Anglers’ Insects,

AU$32.00
ID No.: 645.
Murray Books   Sydney 1978, 12mo Illust 207p, soft cover.  Illustrated by the author.  The life cycle, description  and tying patterns that represent the food chain on Australian waters.  Includes chapters on Mayflies, Caddis, stonefly, damselfly, aquatic bugs, grasshoppers, aquatic beetles, craneflies, midges, ants, wasps, bees, butterflies moths lacewings and termites.     – Fine  

Australian Trout Anglers' Insects

AU$30.00
By: GRIFFITHS, Fadg.
ID No.: 3129
Murray Books  Sydney 1978, 12mo Illust 207p, soft cover.  Illustrated by the author.  The life cycle, description  and tying patterns that represent the food chain on Australian waters.  Includes chapters on Mayflies, Caddis, stonefly, damselfly, aquatic bugs, grasshoppers, aquatic beetles, craneflies, midges, ants, wasps, bees, butterflies moths lacewings and termites.     – Very Good

Australian Trout Anglers' Insects

AU$30.00
ID No.: 3129
Murray Books  Sydney 1978, 12mo Illust 207p, soft cover.  Illustrated by the author.  The life cycle, description  and tying patterns that represent the food chain on Australian waters.  Includes chapters on Mayflies, Caddis, stonefly, damselfly, aquatic bugs, grasshoppers, aquatic beetles, craneflies, midges, ants, wasps, bees, butterflies moths lacewings and termites.     – Very Good

An Introduction to the Study of Fishes.

AU$150.00
By: GUNTHER, Albert.
ID No.: 4349
A & C Black Edinburgh 1880 8vo Illust 720P. First Edition Brown hardback cloth cover. The scope of the present work is to give in a concise form an account of the principal facts relating to the structure, classification, and life-history of Fishes. Directions for Collecting and Preserving Fishes. Inner hinges cracked. Contents Very Good. Edges, corners and spine show some wear. Geoffrey Norton nameplate. Fair to Good

An Introduction to the Study of Fishes.

AU$150.00
ID No.: 4349
A & C Black Edinburgh 1880 8vo Illust 720P. First Edition Brown hardback cloth cover. The scope of the present work is to give in a concise form an account of the principal facts relating to the structure, classification, and life-history of Fishes. Directions for Collecting and Preserving Fishes. Inner hinges cracked. Contents Very Good. Edges, corners and spine show some wear. Geoffrey Norton nameplate. Fair to Good

Catalogue of the Acanthopterygian Fishes in the Collection of the British Museum

AU$440.00
By: GUNTHER, Dr Albert
ID No.: 652
London 1860-1870, 8vo, incomplete set with 6 of 8 volumes. Lacks vol 6 and vol 1. Günther was the pre-eminent ichthyologist of the 19th century. This work was his magnum opus. Because of the diversity of specimens in the British Museum, including many provided from Australia, the Catalogue became one of the first comprehensive English language listings of the world's fishes - Vol 7 lacking spine o/w Good to Very Good

Catalogue of the Acanthopterygian Fishes in the Collection of the British Museum

AU$440.00
ID No.: 652
London 1860-1870, 8vo, incomplete set with 6 of 8 volumes. Lacks vol 6 and vol 1. Günther was the pre-eminent ichthyologist of the 19th century. This work was his magnum opus. Because of the diversity of specimens in the British Museum, including many provided from Australia, the Catalogue became one of the first comprehensive English language listings of the world's fishes - Vol 7 lacking spine o/w Good to Very Good

Dry Fly Fishing In Theory and Practice

AU$70.00
By: HALFORD, Frederick M.
ID No.: 679

Barry Sherlock & Co.   Reading   1973 reprint of the 1889 edn, 8vo Illust 288p.  D/J.   A classic from the champion of dry fly fishing that is much quoted by the purists. Widely recognised to be the greatest work on the  subject of fly fishing published in the last century.. 'The historian of the dry fly….. He did for it what Stewart did for upstream fishing' (Hills).- Very Good                                        


Dry Fly Fishing In Theory and Practice

AU$70.00
ID No.: 679

Barry Sherlock & Co.   Reading   1973 reprint of the 1889 edn, 8vo Illust 288p.  D/J.   A classic from the champion of dry fly fishing that is much quoted by the purists. Widely recognised to be the greatest work on the  subject of fly fishing published in the last century.. 'The historian of the dry fly….. He did for it what Stewart did for upstream fishing' (Hills).- Very Good                                        


An Anglers Entomology

AU$35.00
By: HARRIS, J.R.
ID No.: 4088
Bloomsbury Books London 1966 reprint, 8vo Illust. 268p. plus adverts. D/J.  Provides a means for the angler to identify and classify the more important aquatic flies of which the Ephemeroptera, the Caddis and the Stone flies are most important.  With 103 colour photographs, 24 Black and white photographs and 27 maps and diagrams  - Very Fine

An Anglers Entomology

AU$35.00
ID No.: 4088
Bloomsbury Books London 1966 reprint, 8vo Illust. 268p. plus adverts. D/J.  Provides a means for the angler to identify and classify the more important aquatic flies of which the Ephemeroptera, the Caddis and the Stone flies are most important.  With 103 colour photographs, 24 Black and white photographs and 27 maps and diagrams  - Very Fine

An Anglers Entomology

AU$50.00
By: HARRIS, J.R.
ID No.: 4028
Collins London 1952, 1st Edn.  8vo Illust. 268p. plus adverts. D/J.  Provides a means for the angler to identify and classify the more important aquatic flies of which the Ephemeroptera, the Caddis and the Stone flies are most important.  With 103 colour photographs, 24 Black and white photographs and 27 maps and diagrams.    Sl foxing , cover has been laminated o/w - Very Good

An Anglers Entomology

AU$50.00
ID No.: 4028
Collins London 1952, 1st Edn.  8vo Illust. 268p. plus adverts. D/J.  Provides a means for the angler to identify and classify the more important aquatic flies of which the Ephemeroptera, the Caddis and the Stone flies are most important.  With 103 colour photographs, 24 Black and white photographs and 27 maps and diagrams.    Sl foxing , cover has been laminated o/w - Very Good
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