Now you can take a copy of Reef Fish Identification – Tropical Pacific with you on your laptop, phone or iPad. The new ebook is available in the Blio format for Android, iPad, iTouch, iPhone and Windows PC computers.
Some 2,000 species are searchable through a page-specific table of contents and a scrolling tool bar. On the iPad you can go directly to a subject by typing in a species’ name. Blio provides the ability to highlight and bookmark items and even keep notes on photos (like where you have seen the species). Further research can be accessed on Google, Bing and Wikipedia searches with a single click.
Reef Fish Identification – Tropical Pacific was originally published in 2006 and is the most comprehensive and user-friendly guide to the fishes of the region. More than 2,500 underwater photographs of 2,000 species identify fishes from Thailand to Tahiti. One hundred eight fish families are presented in one of 20 Identification groups based on a family's related visual or behavioral characteristics. Every effort has been made to group similar appearing species together. The book was painstakingly produced by world-renowned fish ID experts by Paul Humann, Ned DeLoach, Gerry Allen and Roger Steene.
The Blio format was developed by KNFB reading technology and the content is being distributed by Baker and Taylor Inc. Blio is available as an app through Apple’s iOS system and Android. The app comes pre-installed on all new HP, Toshiba and Dell laptop computers as well as T-Mobile phones. You can download Blio for your device and find out more about the software at Blio.com. To see screen shots and learn more info go to: http://www.fishid.com/blio.html