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Printed for the author and F. C. and J. Rivington, London, 1802-1808.Created by: PICRYLDated: 1808
Doree, Zeus, Faber.
The natural history of British fishes, including scientific and general descriptions of the most interesting species and an extensive selection of accurately finished coloured plates.
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The natural history of British fishes, Vol. 1, [Title page]
Gurnard, sapphirine, Trigla hirundo
Cod, three-beared, Gadus Tricirratus.
Scad, Scomber Trachurus.
Gurnard, streaked, Tirgla Lineatus.
Tunny, Scomber Thynnus.
Plaise, Pleuronectes Platessa.
Pollack, Gadus Pollachius.
Doree, Zeus, Faber.
Dragonet, gemmous, Gallioyumus Lyra.
Lump Sucker, Cycloterus Lumpus.
Stickleback, three-spined, Gasterosteus Aculeatus.
Surmulet, Mullus Surmuletus.
Coal Fish, Gadus Carbonarius.
Cod, five-beared, Gadus Mustella.
Mullet, Mugil Cephalus.
Pogge, CottusCataphractus.
Angel shark, Squalus Squatina.
Bleak, Cyprinus Alburnus.
Bib, Gadus Luscus.
Ray, rough, Raia Rubus.
Wrasse, striped, Labrus Variegatus.
Loche, Cobitis Barbatula.
Weever, Trachinus Draco.
Wolf-fish, Anarhichas Lupus.
The natural history of British fishes, Vol. 2, [Title page]
Short Sun-fish, Tetrodon Mola.
Thornback, Raia clavata.
Spotted Blenny, or Butter-fish, Blennius gunnellus.
Hake, Gadus Merluccius.
Cyprinus Barbus, Barbel.
Grey Gurnard, Trigla Gurnardus.
Flying-fish, Exocoetus Volitans.
Ten-spined Stickleback, Gasterosteus pungitius.
Sand Launce, Ammodytes Tobianus.
Viviparous Blenny, Blennius viviparous.
Father Lasher, or Sea Scorpion, Cottus Scorpius.
Whiting, Gadus Merlangius.
Ray's toothed Gilt-head, Sparus Raii.
Spotted Goby, Gobius minutus.
Ruffe, Perca cernua.
Red-eye, Cyprinus erythropthalmus.
Truncated Sun-fish, Tetrodon truncatus.
Basse, Perca labrax.
Turbot,  Pleuronectes maximus.
Unctuous Sucker, Cyclopterus liparis.
Smelt, Salmo eperlanus.
Small-headed Dab, Pleuronectes microcephalus.
Trimaculated Wrasse, Labrus trimaculatus.
Anchovy, Clupea encrasicolus.
The natural history of British fishes, Vol. 3, [Title page]
Whiff, Pleuronectes megastoma.
Common Perch, Perca fluviatilis.
Electric Ray, Raja Torpedo.
Lesser Lamprey, Petromyzon fluvialitis.
Lesser Spotted Dog-fish, Squalus Catulus.
Shorter Pipe-fish, Syngnathus Typhle.
Shad, Clupea alosa.
Pelagic Pipe-fish, Syngnathus Pelagicus.
Haddock, Gadus Æglefinus.
Minow, Cyprinus phoxinus.
Alpine Charr, Salmo alpinus.
Sole, Pleuronectes Solea.
Snipe, or Trumpet-fish, Centriscus Scolopax.
Common Gar-fish, Esox belone.
Common Sturgeon, Acipenser Sturio.
Stellated Globe Diodon, Tetrodon stellatus.
Roach, Cyprinus ritulus.
Diminutive Sucker, Cyclopterus Montagui.
Pilchard,Clupea pilcardus.
Scotch Torsk,  Gadus Brosme.
Gudgeon, Cyprinus Gobio.
Goldfinny, Labrus Cornubiensis.
Dab, Pleuronectes limanda.
Fifteen-spined Stickleback, Gasterosteus spinachia.
The natural history of British fishes, Vol. 4, [Title page]
Sparus, four-toothed, Sparus dentex.
Wrasse, streaked, Labrus lineatus.
Holibut, Pleuronectes Hippoglossus.
Sucker, Ocellated, Cyclopterus Ocellatus.
Dace, Cyprinus leuciscus.
sucker, bimaculated, Cyclopterus bimaculatus.
Blenny, smooth, Blennius Pholis.
River Bull-head, Cottus Gobio.
Great, or Sea Lamprey, Petromyzon marinus.
Spine-backed Shark, Squalus Acanthias.
Old Wife Wrasse, Labrus Tinca.
Sordit Dragonet, Callionymus Dracunculus.
Trout, Salmo Fario.
Gattorugine Blenny, Blennius Gattorugine.
European Atherine, Atherina Hepsetus.
Grayling, Salmo  Thymallus.
Lunulated Gilt-head, Sparus aurata.
Cyclops Flounder, Pleuronectes Cyclops.
Sewen, Ssalmo Cambricus.
Burbot, Gadus lota.
Bream, Cyprinus Brama.
Flounder, Pleuronectes flessus.
Brill, Pleuronectes rhombus.
Indented-striped Wrasse, Labrus Julis.
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