Marine Fishes: 500+ Essential-To-Know Aquarium Species
Microcosm proudly launches its all-new series of pocketexpert guide for Aquarists and Underwater Naturalists with Marine Fishes by Scott W. Michael. Designed as a quick but authoritative handbook on the 500 "need to know" fish species seen and kept by marine aquarists, this first Pocketexpert is a must-have reference for all saltwater hobbyists and professionals. Next in the Pocketexpert series will be Marine Invertebrates by Dr. Ronald Shimek (available Winter 1999/2000).
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acclimate adults Anemonefish anemones Angelfish Anthias aquarists Aquarium Suitability lndex aquarium trade Blenny Butterflyfish Captive Chaetodon clam mantles color community tank contain marine algae crustacean flesh Damselfish Difficult to feed Dottyback eat ornamental crustaceans eat ornamental shrimps eat small Feed at least fish and crustacean Foods & Feeding fresh or frozen frozen mysid shrimp frozen preparations frozen seafoods genus hardy Hawkfish herbivores hiding places home aquarium including marine fish Indo-Pacific invertebrates Juveniles keep large-polyped stony corals Lionfish live black worms live brine shrimp live foods live grass shrimp live rock male male-female pair marine fish flesh microalgae Minimum Aquarium Minimum Aquarium Size Moray mysid shrimp nip at large-polyped plenty of swimming preparations for carnivores Range Reef Aquarium Compatibility reef tank sessile invertebrates small fishes soft corals species specimens Spirulina squid stony corals substrate Surgeonfish swimming room Triggerfish Varied diet vegetable matter vitamin-enriched brine shrimp Western Pacific Wrasse Max zoanthids