Brackish-Water Fishes: An Aquarist's Guide to Identification, Care and Husbandry
|Edited by: Neale Monks |
Target Audience: Aquarists who wish to specialize in brackish water aquariums
Review: What exactly is brackish water? Which fishes are considered brackish water fishes? What kind of tank should brackish water fishes be kept in? What special conditions do these fishes require?
Brackish water, defined as a mix of fresh water and salt water, is becoming an increasingly popular choice for home aquariums. Written with the combined efforts of eight of the leading academic brackish water authorities, this comprehensive book covers over 150 of the most accessible brackish water species and provides complete care and husbandry information for each species covered. Some of the topics given more in-depth coverage are aquarium selection and maintenance, dietary needs, and feeding techniques.
With improved shipping and handling techniques, brackish water fishes are now more available to the hobbyist than ever before. Learn more about this interesting niche in the fishkeeping world and how to keep your own brackish tank by reading Brackish Water Fishes.
December 1, 2006
TFH Publications, Inc.
Purchased Format and Price:
Prices listed at time of review
Kindle: $13.47 CDN / £16.39
Hardcover: $44.95 CDN / £39.99