Jellyfish: A Natural History. Lisa-Ann GERSHWIN.

Jellyfish: A Natural History

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016. 8vo. 224 pages. Color photographs. Pictorial boards; dust jacket. A near-fine copy with small bumps at extremities. Item #405409
ISBN: 9780226287676

FIRST EDITION. "Jellyfish presents these aquarium favorites in all their extraordinary and captivating beauty. Fifty unique species, from stalked jellyfish to black sea nettles, are presented in stunning color photographs along with the most current scientific information on their anatomy, history, distribution, position in the water, and environmental status. Foremost jellyfish expert Lisa-ann Gershwin provides an insightful look at the natural history and biology of each of these spellbinding creatures, while offering a timely take on their place in the rapidly changing and deteriorating condition of the oceans. Readers will learn about immortal jellyfish who live and die and live again as well as those who camouflage themselves amid sea grasses and shells, hiding in plain sight" (the publisher).

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