Saber-Toothed Blennies, Tribe Nemophini (Pisces: Blennidae)
By Smith-Vaniz, William F.
Pp. vii, 196; color frontispiece, 179 text-figures (maps, line-drawings, black-and-white photos, graphs). Original printed pictorial blue stiff wrappers, 4to. A remarkable mimic is seen in the case of the sabre-toothed blenny (Aspidontus taeniatus), which mimics the cleaner fish Labroides. By resembling a cleaner fish, it is able to sneak up and bite its prey (from Britannica.com). Name stamp of Loren P. Woods on the front wrapper, some signs of use.
|Publisher||Academy of Natural Sciences|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||Light wear to wrappers along the spine, a tight copy in very good condition.|