In view of their popularity and economic value in local markets, this web-page focuses on the marine invertebrate fauna, with an aim to help the public to familiarize with and identify these animals.
The web-page also highlights the economic importance
of these species. In total, 42 species in 29 genera and 23 families are
described and illustrated by one or more photographs. A dichotomous key
is constructed to assist readers to easily identify them.
2. Final year project about vertebrate:
4. Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation
Department of Hong Kong:
5. Taiwan Fishinfo:
6. Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute:
7. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center:
8. The Fisheries Statistics & Economics
Division of the National Marine Fisheries Service:
9. Yahoo search engines of the useful web-site
related to fisheries:
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penaeoid prawns of Taiwan. South Materials Center. Taipei.