The Simple Guide to Freshwater Aquariums

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T.F.H., 2001 - Pets - 243 pages
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The key to becoming a dedicated aquarium hobbyist is to succeed with your first aquarium. The Simple Guide to Freshwater Aquariums concentrates on providing you with a complete plan and all the information you need to choose and use the right-for-you aquarium equipment and the right-for-you fish and plants: it wants you to succeed. The information is presented in a completely straightforward text that is easy to read, easy to understand, and very definitely easy to put to good use.

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This guy feel very strongly about Oscars. He loves them. I feel it may be an unhealthy and/or sexual obsession at this point. He also likes to starve fish.

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You're just starting out with fish and aquaculture? Forget an 8 or 10 gallon tank and start with 50 gallons... which weighs a quarter of a ton when filled. Call a structural engineer to reinforce the ... Read full review

Contents

Part OneSo You Want To Be an Aquarist?
23
Beating the Odds
29
Part TwoSifting Through the Hardware
43
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About the author (2001)

DAVID E. BORUCHOWITZ has been keeping and raising fishes for more than 50 years. The author of numerous books and articles, he also serves as Editor-in-Chief of Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine. David lives on a farm in New York State with his family and over a dozen aquariums.

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