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    Diseases of Marine Animals Volumes I to IV (from Protozoa to Mammalia)
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    Volume 1: General Aspects, Protozoa to Gastropoda (.pdf, 26.6 MB)
    Chapter 1: Introduction to the Treatise and to Volume I (O. Kinne)
    Chapter 2: Diseases Of Marine Animals: General Aspects (O. Kinne)
    Chapter 3: Diseases Of Protozoa (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 4: Diseases of Mesozoa (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 5: Diseases of Porifera (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 6: Diseases of Cnidaria (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 7: Diseases of Ctenophora (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 8: Diseases of Tentaculata (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 9: Diseases of Sipunculida, Priapulida and Echiurida (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 10: Diseases of Platyhelminthes (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 11: Diseases of Nemertea (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 12: Diseases of Mollusca: Gastropoda (G. Lauckner)

    Volume II: Introduction, Bivalvia to Scaphopoda (.pdf, 35.4 MB)
    Introduction to Volume II (O. Kinne)
    Chapter 13: Diseases of Mollusca: Bivalvia (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 14: Diseases of Mollusca: Amphineura (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 15: Diseases of Mollusca: Scaphopoda (G. Lauckner)

    Volume III: Introduction, Cephalopoda to Urochordata (.pdf, 39.6 MB)
    Introduction to Volume III (O. Kinne)
    Chapter 1: Diseases of Mollusca: Cephalopoda (R. T. Hanlon & 1. W. Forsythe, F. G. Hochberg)
    Chapter 2: Diseases of Annelida (D. A. Raftos & E. L. Cooper)
    Chapter 3: Diseases of Crustacea (I. A. Brock & D. V. Lightner, T. R. Meyers)
    Chapter 4: Diseases of Chaetognatha (A. C. Pierrot-Bults)
    Chapter 5: Diseases of Echinodermata (M. Jangoux)
    Chapter 6: Diseases of Urochordata (C. Monniot)

    Volume IV, Part 1: Introduction, Pisces (.pdf, 32.4 MB)
    Introduction to Volume IV, Part 1: Pisces (O. Kinne)
    Chapter 1: Diseases of Pisces (K. Wolf, D. A. Conroy, G. Lauckner, J. Lom, K. Rohde, Z. Kabata, N. Peters, G. A. Wedemeyer & C. P. Goodyear)

    Volume IV, Part 2: Reptilia, Aves, Mammalia (.pdf, 37.2 MB)
    Introduction to Volume IV, Part 2: Reptilia, Aves, Mammalia (O. Kinne)
    Chapter 2: Diseases of Reptilia (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 3: Diseases of Aves (Marine Birds) (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 4: Diseases of Mammalia: Carnivora (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 5: Diseases of Mammalia: Pinnipedia (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 6: Diseases of Mammalia: Sirenia (G. Lauckner)
    Chapter 7: Diseases of Mammalia: Cetacea (M. D. Dailey)
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    The quality is OK but not great (I didn't expect better either). I still don't know why they can't copy the text over to word, select the images --> copy over to word, and then fix species names <--- like this. It's such a great series it would be worth the effort, but you would need quite some man power. It's not a job for someone alone. Then you convert to pdf and it looks like any other book from 2011... clean and nice to read, not blurry and outdated.
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