The Life History of the Nassau Grouper in Belize
Discusses spawning, eating, and threats for nassau grouper. Makes the case for saving the nassau grouper through establishing marine parks and reserves, size limits, issuance of non-transferable fishing licenses, setting aside spawning areas and developing alternative fishing practices. Line drawings/cartoon figures.
From their web page:
"The Nassau Grouper is a very common and important fish in the coral reef community throughout the Caribbean Sea. Due to their feeding habit, groupers often use shelters to facilitate their ambush style of feeding. So you will usually find them in caves, crevices and cracks of the reef.
This book explores the biology and commercial importance of the Nassau grouper to the Belize Fisheries. It is an educational tool written for grade school levels. "