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Top Pick Saltwater Aquarium Books


If you are new to the saltwater hobby, this book is for you! Michael S. Paletta has done a excellent job of putting this new beginners book together. This book contains all the details you'll need to set up a fish-only tank from start to finish, how to cure and add live rock for filtration, how to care for the aquarium and its inhabitants, and much more.
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This book by Martin A. Moe was our aquarium "Bible" when we began our saltwater fish collection business in 1989, and we still use it today! It covers all the aspects of setting up a fish-only tank, and how to select and care for the fish in it. It even includes a chapter on the basic process of Breeding Marine Fish.
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By John H. Tullock; Foreward by Martin A. Moe. With John's simple approach of how to create and care for a natural reef system, along with over 200 color photos and illustrations to look at, "Natural Reef Aquariums: Simplified Approaches To Creating Living Saltwater Microcosms" is a good resource for both reef tank beginners and experienced reefers alike.
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By Scott W. Michael, "Marine Fishes" covers over 500 of the most popularly marine fish species, including full color photographs and the following information about each one: Scientific Name, Common Name, Maximum Length, Range, Minimum Aquarium Size, Foods & Feeding, Aquarium Suitability Index, Reef Aquarium Compatibility, and Captive Care. This is a must have fish profile and aquarium care book for beginners and experts alike.
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This comprehensive atlas by Hans Baensch is a valuable source of information, especially for the new reef aquarist. The "Baensch Marine Atlas 1: The Joint Aquarium Care of Invertebrates and Tropical Marine Fishes" begins by covering all the functioning aspects of setting up and maintaining a reef aquarium, then profiles selecting and caring for Invertebrates, Sea Anemones and Crustaceans, and finishes up by profiling 600 Marine Fish Species. Over 1, 000 full color photos are included.
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Continuing on with the same high quality of "Atlas 1" above, "Baensch Marine Atlas 2" covers the following Invertebrate Species: Common Sponges, Hydroids, Jellyfishes, Soft Corals, Gorgonians, Sea Pens, Stony Corals, Flatworms, Tentacled Animals, Molluscs - Chitons, Snails, Opisthobranchs (Sea Slugs), and Nudibranchs. More than 670 full color photos are included.
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"Baensch Marine Atlas 3" continues on where "Atlas 2" leaves off, with more Molluscs - Filibranchs (Oysters, Scallops & Clams), Cephalopods (Squids, Octopods, etc.), then on to Segmented Worms, Echinoderms (Starfishes, Sea Urchins), Sea Cucumbers and Sea Squirts. More than 500 full color photos are included.


Just wanted to say that I enjoy all your posts

by 3DayEventer

Reading celebrity gossip is my guilty pleasure... lol.
Are you guys (who post pictures) the photographers, or do you find them on other sites to post here?
Saw Sinbad today, at a tropical fish store in Chatsworth. He'll be back there on Saturday to drop off his 9ft boa that they are going to sell for him. Couldn't figure out why he looked so familiar, so I said "You look so familiar..." and he replied that it's because he's always in the store. Then someone called his name from the back of the store and he laughed and said "Or maybe you've seen me somewhere else" Ha! I felt like an idiot, but at least I wasn't gushing at him or something equally annoying; we just talked snakes & reptiles while they finished my sale & his paperwork about the snake

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