Basslets, dottybacks & hawkfishes: plus seven more aquarium fish families with expert captive care advice for the marine aquarist
This is the second volume in the internationally acclaimed Reef Fishes series by Scott. W. Michael. Like volume 1 Reef fishes this is an artfully executed complete reference manual that serves as both essential reading for marine aquarists and a beautiful -to-look at coffee table book. it continues the highly acclaimed Reef Fishes series with some of the most- popular families kept by saltwater hobbyists, including Groupers, Cardinalfishes and Tilefishes, among others.
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