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Marine Flatworms ID

---> You must have iPhone 5 or up and iOS 9 or above for this update

---> You must have iPhone 5 or up and iOS 9 or above for this update

Marine Flatworms ID

by Gary Cobb
Marine Flatworms ID
Marine Flatworms ID
Marine Flatworms ID

What is it about?

---> You must have iPhone 5 or up and iOS 9 or above for this update.

Marine Flatworms ID

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
33Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
October 30, 2017
Release date
October 30, 2017
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App Store Description

---> You must have iPhone 5 or up and iOS 9 or above for this update.

This field guide will place right at your fingertips, anytime and anywhere, the most comprehensive collection of Marine Flatworms species to be found in the world.

- NO WEB CONNECTION REQUIRED.

- There are 223 species represented pictorially.

- An outstanding collection of Marine Flatworms from all over the world.

- No matter where you are, no matter how isolated you may be, you can identify your flatworm 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 many.

- 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 flatworms 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!

- And apps up to date with the latest taxonomic data, books are soon out of date.

For more information go to inudibranch.com