Selecting, Maintaining And Identifying A Wide Variety Of Tropical Marine Invertebrates Suitable For The Home Aquarium
Keeping marine invertebrates successfully poses two major challenges: which animals to choose and how to set up a tank for them. This book provides practical answers to both challenges. It opens with an introduction to the biology of marine invertebrates and then examines how to meet their needs in captivity. It closes with a colourful survey of suitable aquarium subjects, from sponges and sea anemones to octopi and crabs.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 01 / 1989
- 170 x 245mm