Caring for Your Aquarium: Setting Up and Maintaining Freshwater and Marine Fish Tanks

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Smithmark Publishers, Mar 1, 1996 - Pets - 128 pages
Guiding readers through every step of setting up an aquarium from selecting equipment and achieving optimum conditions for tropical fish, a practical guide illustrates each stage with step-by-step photography.

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Mary Bailey has kept tropical fish for more than 25 years, and is known internationally as an expert on the cichlid family. She has written several fishkeeping books, and is the English editor of Aqua Geographia magazine. She is also contributor to, and co-editor of, the Cichlids Yearbook series. Dr Peter Burgess BSc MSc Mphil PhD, is a fish health scientist, with more than 25 years' experience as an aquarist. An author of numerous articles and scientific papers on fishkeeping, he is editor of the international journal Aquarium Sciences and Conservation. A visiting lecturer in aquarium sciences, he is also an international consultant to the aquarium fish industry.

Sanford has kept tropical fish for over 25 years and has worked in the aquarium trade with both freshwater and marine fish. She has lectured regularly in Enland and internationally on various aspects of the hobby for many years. Gina contributes to a number of aquatic magazines both in the UK and abroad, and has previously authored several books on aquarium fish and their care. She is a former Secretary and Editor of The Catfish Association of Great Britain, and is currently a member of several specialist aquatic societies.

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