9781933958088-1933958081-Freshwater Aquariums (Aquamaster)

Freshwater Aquariums (Aquamaster)

ISBN-13: 9781933958088
ISBN-10: 1933958081
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Thraves, Stuart, Hiscock, Peter, Sandford, Gina
Publication date: 2007
Publisher: CompanionHouse Books
Format: Paperback 96 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781933958088
ISBN-10: 1933958081
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Thraves, Stuart, Hiscock, Peter, Sandford, Gina
Publication date: 2007
Publisher: CompanionHouse Books
Format: Paperback 96 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Thraves, Stuart, Hiscock, Peter, Sandford, Gina wrote Freshwater Aquariums (Aquamaster) comprising 96 pages back in 2007. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1933958081 and 9781933958088. Since then Freshwater Aquariums (Aquamaster) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.63 or rent at the marketplace.

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Illustrated with over 300 full-color photographs and drawings, Freshwater Aquariums presents the essential information that all freshwater fish keepers need to know to create their own well-balanced and thriving freshwater aquarium. A stylish, easy-to-read guide filled with practical and reliable advice, this Aquamaster title harnesses the experience of authors Stuart Thraves, Peter Hiscock, and Gina Sandford, all noteworthy writers and highly skilled fish keepers. The first section of the book is a DIY manual for setting up a freshwater aquarium, detailing the types of substrates, furnishings, and plants recommend for keepers and offering information on lighting, filtration, and water management. The authors also include basic husbandry info on feeding and health care of freshwater fish as well as maintaining a clean tank.

The second section of the book, Fish, Plants, and Themed Aquariums,” presents a selection of popular freshwater fish and aquarium plants plus a look at some ideas for setting up aquariums that reflect natural habitats around the world. The author recommends that hobbyists consider fish by their families or groups so that they can set up the right conditions for them. The book features the following groups: cichlids, catfish, barbs, characins, anabantoids, danios and rasboras, rainbowfish, livebears, and loaches and sharks. The discussion of aquarium plants describes over 30 popular options, alphabetically arranged from Anubias barteri to Vallisneria spiralis Tiger.’ The author shares six imaginative themed aquariums, including information on substrates, display, plants, filtration, and suitable fish. The themes include mountain stream, Central American river, flooded Amazon forest, Congo whitewater river, Lake Malawi, and Southeast Asian swamp.

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