By Eugene H. Kaplan, Roger Tory Peterson, Susan L. Kaplan
Greater than six hundred species are defined intimately, with greater than 525 illustrations. this can be the consultant for speedy, trustworthy identity of fishes that youll come upon whereas fishing, snorkeling, diving, or perhaps walking alongside a Pacific Coast seashore.
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Thorax with the segments fused into a single mass. Legs similar, slender; tarsi one-jointed, with a single claw and a smaller claw-like empodium. Abdomen consisting of six segments; without cerci, and never terminated by caudal filaments or pincers-like appendages; usually with a leaping appendage which is often forked a t apex and BRUES AKD MELANDER: CLASSIFICATION O F INSECTS 45 arises from the fourth or fifth segment. Ventral tube always present as a simple or bifid process developed under the base of the abdomen.
T H Y S A N ~ P T E R A(Page 72) Tarsi not bladder-like a t the tip, and with distinct claws. . . 59 59. Prothorax distinct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6O . 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. Prothorax small, hidden when viewed from_above. DIPTERA (Page 264) Beak arising from the front part of the head. HEM~PTERA (Page 140) Beak arising from the back part of the head. H O M ~ P T E R A(Page 106) Mouth mandibulate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A Field Guide to Pacific Coast Fishes: North America by Eugene H. Kaplan, Roger Tory Peterson, Susan L. Kaplan