9781561649822_FC

Florida’s Seashells
A Beachcombers Guide

BOOK DETAILS
  • Pages: 83

  • Dimensions: 6x9

  • Format:  Paperback
    ISBN: 9781561649822

    9.95
  • Format:  eBook
    ISBN: 9781561649891

    7.99
Subjects: , , ,

  • Introduction
  • Finding Beach Shells
  • Guide Organization
  • Shelled Mollusk Anatomy
  • Gastropods
  • Bivalves
  • Scaphopods
  • Cephalopods
  • Itty-Bitty Shells
  • Shell Color Variation and Mollusk Bits and Pieces
  • Shell Wars (Shell Bioerosion)
  • Fossil Shells
  • How Shells Came to Be
  • Resources and Suggested Reading
  • Index

Product Description

Coming May 1st, 2017.

Florida’s Seashells, the bestselling guide for beachcombers, is now updated and expanded in a new edition. This new volume has more shells identified and explained, with 287 species represented by over 400 full-color images and 175 range maps.

This book showcases the diversity of Florida’s seashells and presents them in the way they come to us on beaches. Knowing the names, stories, and varied appearances of seashells can sharpen a beachcomber’s eyes to their beauty and rarity, and offer collectors an outlet for the appreciation of nature’s splendor. The book’s elegant organization allows easy identification of seashells common to the southeastern United States and the Caribbean.

Other Pineapple Press guides for the curious beachcomber:

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Florida’s Seashells, the bestselling guide for beachcombers, is now updated and expanded in a new edition. This new volume has more shells identified and explained, with 287 species represented by over 400 full-color images and 175 range maps.

This book showcases the diversity of Florida’s seashells and presents them in the way they come to us on beaches. Knowing the names, stories, and varied appearances of seashells can sharpen a beachcomber’s eyes to their beauty and rarity, and offer collectors an outlet for the appreciation of nature’s splendor. The book’s elegant organization allows easy identification of seashells common to the southeastern United States and the Caribbean.

Other Pineapple Press guides for the curious beachcomber:

beach|beachcomber|beachcombing|beaches|blair and don witherington|blair witherington|Caribbean|Coast|coquina|dawn witherington|helmet|jackknife|Lion’s-Paw|olive|photographs|photography|photos|scallop|seashells|shells|southeastern|treasures|turban