There are few pieces of furniture that can compete in beauty with an aquarium. A beautiful aquarium decorated with plants and cardinal tetras, an aquarium with rocks and fancy-coloured Malawi cichlids, an aquarium with magnificent discus and shy catfish – there is something for every taste. An aquarium is not only a piece of furniture but also a piece of nature moved into the living room.
Starting up an aquarium means among other things, assuming also a responsibility of providing the fish with right conditions so that they get on well. This Back to Nature Aquarium Guide which contains more than 600 colour photos provides all necessary advises (size aquarium, decoration, plants, technology, water chemistry, food, breeding, diseases, buying fish etc.) for anyone that is going to start an aquarium. More than 550 fishes and plants are also described with a short informative text and a photo.
Kjell Fohrman (Jonsered, Sweden) has more than 25 years experience with keeping and breeding aquarium fishes, both as an hobbyist and as a professional. Over the years he has written hundreds of articles in aquarium magazines and has made a large number of lectures on subjects ranging between African cichlids, aquarium decoration, technology, water chemistry, and fish expeditions. He is currently chairman of both the NCS (Scandinavian Cichlid Association) and ZOORF (Swedish Pet Trade Organization).