Field Guide to Sea Stars of the Pacific Northwest
So you can't risk dragging your laptop or tablet down to the sand-blown beach or out in a spray-soaked dive boat to enjoy this website. What to do? Relax, help is at hand.
A durable, water-resistant 8-fold Field Guide is available that describes how to identify more than 30 species of sea stars likely to be encountered by beach walkers and scuba enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest. It also provides intriguing details about their behaviour, including how they move about, hunt for prey, have sex and avoid becoming lunch. It is the ideal companion for family explorations of the sea shore, an invaluable reference in any scuba diver's gear bag and a welcome addition to the home library. Only $7.95!
The Field Guide was published by Harbour Publishing of Pender Harbour, BC. For more information about their extensive list of natural history books, visit www.HarbourPublishing.com
While you're there, check out SUPER SUCKERS: THE GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS AND OTHER CEPHALOPODS OF THE PACIFIC COAST by Jim Cosgrove and myself. All you ever wanted to know about this beguiling creature, the biggest, baddest octopus in the world!
A durable, laminated FIELD GUIDE TO SEA STARS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, the perfect companion for your trips to the sea shore or aboard a dive boat.
The fascinating biology and behaviours of the Giant Pacific Octopus are the subject of SUPER SUCKERS.
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INTRODUCTION | ABOUT SEA STARS | BIOLOGY | SPECIES | PREDATORS / PREY | SEA STAR WASTING DISEASE | ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS | FIELD GUIDE | VIDEO
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