Reef Secrets

Author: Alf Jacob Nilsen
Publisher: Microcosm Limited
ISBN: 9781890087678
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A fresh easy to follow approach to setting up and stocking a reef aquarium, filled with simple but authoritative advice from two of the most respected pioneers of the modern marine hobby. Readers will learn how to select fish, coral and other invertebrates; suggestions for unique biotopreef systems; and much more. There are over 100 pages of encylopedic listings of fishes and invertebrates commonly available to the marine aquarist-all in full color.

Marine Reef Aquarium Handbook

Author: Robert Jay Goldstein
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764136740
Format: PDF, Docs
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(back cover) The latest scientific discoveries and aquarium techniques for keeping and propagating living corals Plus information on keeping Sponges Echinoderms Mollusks Crustaceans Fishes and advice on eliminating diseases and parasites in a marine aquarium

The Marine Reef Aquarium

Author: Philip Hunt
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764160233
Format: PDF, Kindle
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(back cover) This book focuses on developing a system using natural rock and sand as the foundation for a sustainable reef aquarium. Detailed step-by-step guidance throughout. Features more than 400 photos and illustrations.

The Coral Reef Aquarium

Author: Ron Shimek
Publisher: Howell Book House
ISBN: 9781582451176
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The number of corals imported into the U.S. rose 249 percent between 1995 and 1996, an indication the coral reef hobby is booming. Concerned hobbyists have begun growing corals domestically so that people can enjoy reef tanks without destroying natural reefs. This book combines information on setting up and maintaining a reef, as well as ecological concerns.

Aquarium Corals

Author: Eric H. Borneman
ISBN: 9780793822997
Format: PDF, ePub
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Information om koraller, både hvordan de lever i naturen og hvordan man skal tage sig af dem i et akvarium

A Practical Guide to Corals for the Reef Aquarium

Author: Ed Puterbaugh
Publisher: Crystal Publications
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This is a beautiful guide to more than 200 species of corals that are available to the reef hobbyist. For the first time ever, corals can now be correctly identified by a standardized common name, and of course all specimens are cross referenced with scientific names. This book contains 112 pages, including color photographs of corals as they appear in aquariums throughout the country -- over 300 magnificent pictures, including close-ups, detail shots, and identification tips. There are easy to follow charts on lighting and water flow requirements, aggressiveness, and difficulty of care. Each specimen has a written description, individual care requirements, identification clues, environmental notes, and much more. This is an outstanding book for the serious reef hobbyist or nature lover interested in learning more about these beautiful and endangered creatures. -- "A must have addition to every reef aquarists' library", -- Aquarium Fish Magazine -- "Outstanding Photography...a truly beautiful book", -- Marine Fish Monthly -- A beautiful coffee table book for anyone who has ever dreamed of visiting a tropical coral reef -- This is the first book to identify corals by standardized common names. It is quickly becoming an important reference guide the world ever.