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Freshwater Aquarium Models: Recipes for Creating Beautiful Aquariums That Thrive Paperback – November 1, 2006
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From the Back Cover
- More than 80 detailed recipes for aquariums of different types and sizes, depicting a variety of natural freshwater environments from five continents
- Specific aquarium model designs in which fish and plants flourish, maintenance is easy, and the aquarium enhances the home
- Design considerations, including space limitations, backgrounds, and aquascaping ideas
- A 16-page color insert that's an inspiring catalog of fish and plant varieties
- The basics of aquarium setup and maintenance
With these model designs and this information, your fish and plants will coexist beautifully in their freshwater habitat and your aquarium will provide years of captivating, calming enjoyment.
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Top Customer Reviews
The information is there but words cannot convey it without additional pictures and diagrams to make it clear. Most fish raiseing hobbest do not want a school type text book. They are looking for answers and new ideas that require pictures and diagrams to make the discribed sceens come alive and understandable.
I would give this book a 10 star rating if Pictures and Diagrams were added.
(Member of Exectutive Council, Missouri Aquarium Society, Inc.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Could have been much better. Should have had examples of what fish, plants, water temp, light, water hardness go togetherPublished 8 months ago by John Vogt
I liked this book but there were no pictures. A book of how to do something needs pictures.Published 11 months ago by JoAnne Bell
Great concept, and it became clear to me as I read, that long ago as a beginning to intermediate aquarist I had been WAY overstocking my tank, which explains a lot. Read morePublished 14 months ago by R. Jones
I really liked this book. It inspired a lot of ideas. I agree with the other posts that it would have been nicer if it had pictures but I didn't think of that when I was reading... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Brian Alan Carlson