Scott W. Michael, Contributing Author
Scott W. Michael is an internationally recognized writer, underwater photographer and researcher specializing in elasmobranchs (i.e., sharks, skates and rays) and coral reef fishes. His passion for cartilaginous fishes resulted in his first book, Reef Sharks and Rays of the World (1994). He subsequently moved further down the food chain and began researching the behavioral ecology of reef fishes. In 1998, he started the first of a six-volume series on the fishes that inhabit coral reefs, entitled Reef Fishes. He has since written A Pocket Expert Guide to Marine Fishes (1999), Aquarium Sharks and Rays (2001), and Basslets, Dottybacks and Hawkfishes (Reef Fishes Volume 2) (2004).
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