Nudibranch ID Eastern Pacific
By Gary Cobb
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---> You must have iPhone 4, 5, 6 or 7 and iOS 7, 8, 9 or 10 for this update.
IMPORTANT! Before updating the latest version, always delete the old version from your device first! (Do not update over an old version) Also if for some reason the app is not working properly, delete and reinstall.
- This field guide will place right at your fingertips, anytime and anywhere, the most comprehensive collection of Nudibranch species to be found in the Eastern Pacific Region.
- There are 428 species represented pictorially from Alaska to the tip of Chile in South America, a zone where marine fauna diversity ranges from extreme cold water species to tropical species.
- NO WEB CONNECTION REQUIRED.
- No matter where you are, no matter how isolated you may be, you can identify your nudibranch finds.
- This identification series is regularly updated when new taxonomic information is available or when new species are added.
- Although books have their place, the benefits of this series of apps over reference books are
- The apps are Searchable - search for species names, authors, dates, sizes, colors, families, orders or photographers, try that with a book!
- The apps are convenient and soon you will have almost all known nudibranchs of the world on your device, try that with a book!
- The apps are user friendly and you can tick off species as you find them, yes you can do that with a book, but then you can email your ticked species list, try that with a book.
- You can add Remarks to Species and can easily save them digitally, try that with a book!
- Apps up to date with the latest taxonomic data, books are soon out of date.
For more information go to inudibranch.com
What's New in Version 28.0
- Taxonomic Updates
- Rs 500.00
- Category: Reference
- Updated: 11 April 2017
- Version: 28.0
- Size: 31.1 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Gary Cobb
- © 2011-2017 Gary Cobb
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.