1 edition of Marine fauna of the Cullercoats District. found in the catalog.
Marine fauna of the Cullercoats District.
1971 by University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Dept. of Zoology in [Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.] .
Written in English
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The Marine fauna and flora of the Cullercoats district: marine species records for the North East coast of England / edited by Judy Foster-Smith. Sunderland, England: Penshaw Press, QLT87 Insect appreciation / F. Tom Turpin. Dubuque, Ia.: Kendall/Hunt Pub., c QLC56 A36 The marine fauna and flora of the Cullercoats district. Volume 2. Sunderland. FOWLER, J T (). Extracts from the account rolls of the abbey of Durham, from the original Mss. Surtees Soci , Durham. FRANKIS, M P, DAVEY, P R and ANDERSON, G Q A (). Harp Seal: a new mammal for the Northumberland fauna. Also included are books, many on marine subjects, sailing ship models, antique silver and ivory and tortoiseshell boxes. Some of the creamware items reflect the North East, with one early 19th Century mug inscribed “Success to the Coal Trade” with an image of a ship in sail and the name Joseph & Ann Wakefield. El peix llop (Anarhichas lupus) és una espècie de peix de la família dels anaricàdids i de l'ordre dels perciformes. La seva carn té un sabor semblant a la de la llagosta i es comercialitza fresc i congelat per a ésser menjat cuit al vapor, fregit, rostit, bullit, al forn o al forn microones. Segons la FAO, la captura total d'aquesta espècie per a l'any fou de tones i els Classe: Actinopteri.
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