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The Fishes of Illinois [40 Images]

The Fishes of Illinois [40 Images]

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The Fishes of Illinois is a book written by Stephen Alfred Forbes, an American naturalist and ecologist, and published in 1884. The book is a comprehensive study of the fish species that are native to the state of Illinois, and it includes detailed information on their physical characteristics, distribution, habitat, and behavior.

Forbes was a pioneer in the field of fisheries biology and ecology, and his work on The Fishes of Illinois was one of the first scientific studies of fish populations in North America. In the book, he provides a detailed analysis of the various factors that influence fish populations, including water quality, temperature, and habitat destruction.

One of the most important contributions of the work is that it established a baseline of knowledge about fish populations in the state, which has been used by subsequent researchers to track changes in fish populations over time. The book is still considered a valuable resource for fish biologists, ecologists, and naturalists interested in the fish fauna of the Midwestern United States.

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