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A Fishwatcher's Guide to the Saltwater Aquarium Fishes of the World Book One: The Tropical West Atlantic, Hawai'i, Baja and the Red Sea

By: Robert M Fenner
A Fishwatcher's Guide to the Saltwater Aquarium Fishes of the World
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This first volume, aimed at the marine aquarium hobbyist, covers the fish of the Tropical West Atlantic from the Bahamas to Brazil, Hawaii, the lower Gulf of Mexico's Baja and the Red Sea.

Included is a rating of species by historical survivability, geographic distribution, species to avoid, and others to consider, together with notes on selection, care, ultimate size and maintenance in marine aquariums.

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By: Robert M Fenner
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