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Fish & Aquariums
|The SEMI live fish free cycle: The Nitrogen Cycle
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Author: B G Rand
Brand: Rand B G
Learn how to establish and maintain a healthy colony of beneficial bacteria in your fish house Many fish keepers will be surprised to learn that the nitrogen cycle exists, and by the time they do, the cycle will either have completed or will be in progress. Cycling a fish house with the fish present puts them at great risk of being poisoned by ammonia and nitrite or water treatment Established tanks and ponds house beneficial bacteria as well as our fish. These good bugs perform and produce the nitrogen cycle for us, creating what we call, a cycled fish house, making the environment safe. Only a cycled fish house is capable of becoming, of supporting a healthy ecosystem There are many fish keepers that do everything in their power to keep the cycle from forming in their fish house. Some use products designed to absorb ammonia. Some perform large and frequent water changes to remove ammonia. Some rely on water treatment to convert ammonia, but none of these means are safe or effective The fish free cycle creates an unstable colony of friendly bugs, making for an unpredictable cycle, leaving fish at risk of ammonia and nitrite poisoning Although a live fish cycle offers the friendly bugs a diet derived from healthy waste loaded with enzymes, making for a healthy colony, making for a strong cycle, this method places fish at risk of ammonia and nitrite poisoning During the cycle, fish are exposed to high levels of ammonia and nitrite. We perform daily water changes and use water treatment to convert the dangerous toxins, but if too much water is exchanged, the progress of the cycle is stalled, and if we use too much water treatment, our fish could be poisoned by the treatment itself Water treatment, seemingly innocent, can be just as dangerous as the toxins we’re converting if used improperly. In order for the cycle to complete, the fish will eventually be subjected to increased dosages in a live fish cycle When it works, bottled bacteria create an environment dependent on the product’s use The SEMI live fish free cycle keeps ammonia at controlled levels that are easily converted in the fish house, while a water pump, located out of house becomes established using the fish’s waste Combines the live fish cycle with a fish free cycle to create a fast but safe cycle using your own fish’s waste to build a healthy colony of beneficial bacteria Safe and effective
- The Semi Live Fish Free Cycle The Nitrogen Cycle
|Saltwater Fish and Reef Tanks: From Beginner to Expert
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Author: Zechariah James Blanchard
Brand: Zechariah Blanchard
Saltwater Fish and Reef Tanks is the premier source of information for new and experienced saltwater aquarium owners. If you want a happy, stable, colorful, and healthy saltwater fish tank, you need to read this book. The author is a long-time reef enthusiast who started his first saltwater aquarium setup nearly fifteen years ago. Mr. Blanchard is also a past store owner. Whether you’re looking to setup a saltwater reef or a fish only tank, this book was written as an explanation and road-map to success in caring for your aquarium equipment, fish, corals, and invertebrates.
Neil Barnhart called Saltwater Fish and Reef Tanks, “a must have for anyone interested in starting in the hobby,” and went on to say he'd been “in the hobby for 5 years now” and can “finally understand things” he was “embarrassed to ask the store guy”
david S. said it is, "Right to the point essential information" and went on to call it, "A must have reference that will make the hobby experience a lot more enjoyable."
Matt Brown said, "great tool to use”, “The tables within it are extremely useful”, and “I can't think of another book that was as easy and enjoyable to read.”
Blaine Hatton said, “it took many mistakes to learn what this book explains. I would recommend it to anyone that is interested in beginning a saltwater aquarium.” It “will help save you a lot of headaches and probably lots of money.”
Bo Garrett said it provides “motivation and inspiration” and it has “an unbelievable amount of information.”
Mr. Blanchard walks the reader through the process of owning a saltwater aquarium setup from the perspective of a beginner. Starting with his first reef tank experience, and ending with a chapter on responsible reef-keeping, the reader is offered a vast amount of information that usually costs the aquarist quite a bit of time and money to obtain; the precise reason most hobbyists give up – within the first year - on owning a beautiful saltwater aquarium.
Not only is almost every aspect of owning your first saltwater fish tank in this book, but Zechariah explains it in an easy-to-understand conversational-tone. The reader is encouraged to make copies of tables provided in the book and use them for maintenance logs, testing logs, and aquarium cost calculations. There is an extensive amount of information about the cycling period, water parameters and testing, necessary equipment, picking healthy livestock, acclimation of livestock, coral coloration, and lots more information on saltwater aquariums.
If you are new to the saltwater aquarium hobby, or just want to brush up on what you've learned about reef tanks over the years, Saltwater Fish and Reef Tanks is the right book for you!
Before the Decision to Buy
Deciding on Tank Size
The Aquarium Cycle and Biological Filtration
Bringing Home Livestock
Feeding the Aquarium
Maintaining Your Tank
Water Testing Log Sheet
General Maintenance Log Sheet
Specifics on Water and Water Quality
Selecting Healthy Livestock
Refugiums and Filtration
How to Move an Existing Tank
Using Local Markets to Save Money
Marine Ich and Your Tank
Do I Need Invertebrates?
and so much more!
This is your moment. Make it the turning point for your saltwater aquarium setup. Get a copy right now to see for yourself how Saltwater Fish and Reef Tanks can help you!
- Saltwater Fish and Reef Tanks From Beginner to Expert
|The New Marine Aquarium
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Author: Michael S. Paletta
Creating a beautiful, thriving first saltwater aquarium has never been easier, using the natural, simplified methods learned and practiced by the world's leading reef hobbyists. By helping newcomers avoid the pitfalls of outdated, high-maintenance filtration techniques, the author offers an easy-to-follow route to long-term success with live rock, appropriate equipment, aquascaping, disease prevention, and essential husbandry techniques. Includes a photographic guide to selecting fishes, with dozens of hardy choices that are highly recommended for beginning hobbyists or others wanting beautiful, interesting, and long-lived marine species.
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|Aquaponics Systems for the Freshwater Tropical Fish Keeper
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Author: Steve Pond
Developing Aquaponics systems for growing organic vegetables in both a commercial and backyard location is becoming a popular way to add food to the table. Bringing that technology inside to a home aquarium is the next logical step. This book examines the ways an Aquaponics filter can remove the constant concentration of nitrate. It provides DIY suggestions for retrofitting a home tropical fish tank. Exploit the benefits of aquaponics gardening for freshwater tropical fish - removing nitrate naturally and purifying the aquarium water. Create an effective and revolutionary aquarium filter for a small to medium home community fish tank. Installing an aquaponic filter efficiently expands the standard biological filtration to include the removal of nitrate from the water the fish live in. Standard aquarium filtration cannot. An aquaponic filter added to an existing home aquarium benefits the fish keeper. It safely reduces the need for partial water changes in an attractive and appealing way while growing healthy, nutritious organic vegetables and herbs as a welcome bonus.
|A PocketExpert Guide to Marine Invertebrates: 500+ Essential-to-Know Aquarium Species
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Author: Ronald L. Shimek
Covering over 500 species, this authoritative reference offers the most up-to-date information on marine invertebrates, including helpful advice on captive care and feeding. With all newly-authored text by a recognized authority on these beautiful and bizarre marine animals, this complete comprehensive guide is essential for aquarists of all levels, from beginner to expert.
- A PocketExpert Guide to Marine Invertebrates 500 Essential to Know Aquarium Species
|Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Dover Thrift Editions)
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Author: Lewis Carroll
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One of the English language's most popular and frequently quoted books, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was the creation of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832–1898), a distinguished scholar and mathematician who wrote under the pseudonym of Lewis Carroll. Intended for young readers but enjoyed equally by adults, the fantastic tale transformed children's literature, liberating it from didactic constraints.
The story is deeply but gently satiric, enlivened with an imaginative plot and brilliant use of nonsense. As Alice explores a bizarre underground world, she encounters a cast of strange characters and fanciful beasts: the White Rabbit, March Hare, and Mad Hatter; the sleepy Dormouse and grinning Cheshire Cat; the Mock Turtle, the dreadful Queen of Hearts, and a host of other extraordinary personalities. This edition features Sir John Tenniel's complete original illustrations, bringing to life a beloved classic that has delighted readers and listeners since its first publication in 1865.
- Alice s Adventures in Wonderland Dover Thrift Editions
|Nature Aquarium: Complete Works 1985-2009
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Author: Takashi Amano
Brand: Amano Takashi
Nature Aquariums: Complete Works 1985-2009 takes you on a journey through over two decades of the most innovative and breathtaking designs from nature aquarium pioneer Takashi Amano. In this collection of works from the world-renowned aquarist, over 200 vibrant, full-color photos display the captivating beauty of nature aquariums while providing detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to create your own aquatic masterpiece. Along with expert advice on plant and fish selection, water chemistry, and maintenance, the author includes essays outlining aquarium aesthetics and his own personal design philosophies to inspire readers to create their own harmonious and tranquil nature aquarium designs.
- Nature Aquarium Complete Works 1985 2009
|The 101 Best Freshwater Nano Species: How to Choose & Keep Hardy, Brilliant, Fascinating Nano Fishes, Plants & Invertebrates (Adventurous Aquarist Guide™)
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Author: Mark Denaro
Freshwater nano tanks, or tanks under 20 gallons as the authors define them, have become increasingly popular over the past few years. There are hundreds of species available to aquarium keepers on a regular basis, so figuring out which ones to choose for these specialized tanks can be a daunting task. The 101 Best Freshwater Nano Species is the only field guide that helps you choose and keep fishes, plants, and invertebrates specifically for nano tanks. Written by two leading experts in the field of nano tanks, this fully illustrated guide will prepare you to keep these wonderful and fascinating animals successfully.
|The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Aquarium Fish & Fish Care: A Definitive Guide To Identifying And Keeping Freshwater And Marine Fishes
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Author: Mary Bailey
Brand: Bailey Mary
The rich variety of tropical freshwater and marine fishes
makes keeping an aquarium an absorbing pastime. This
book explains how to set up your aquarium, select the
type of fishes you want, and maintain the appropriate
tank environment. There is information about equipment,
feeding, water chemistry and quality, adding new fishes
and keeping them healthy. The book also discusses the
merits, habitats, feeding and breeding requirements of
hundreds of fishes in each of the eight major fish groups.
Whether you are a novice or a dedicated fishkeeper, this
practical book contains all the information and advice
you need to ensure you get the most out of your hobby.
• The comprehensive practical guide to setting up
all types of aquaria
• Clear step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow
instructions for planning, building, stocking and
maintaining your aquarium
• Essential information on major families and groups
of fishes, fully illustrated with over 700 photographs
and specially commissioned artwork
- The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Aquarium Fish Fish Care A Definitive Guide to Identifying and Keeping Freshwater and Marine Fishes
|Encyclopedia of Aquarium & Pond Fish
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Author: David Alderton
Brand: Brand: DK ADULT
Lavishly illustrated, comprehensive, and accessible, this is the first book on the market to provide care and identification information on all types of fish for every possible environment, from indoor aquariums to outdoor ponds. The Encyclopedia of Aquarium & Pond Fish contains a directory of more than 800 of the most popular pet fish species—freshwater, saltwater, coldwater, and tropical—showing not only what each fish looks like, but what food they eat, which species they can cohabitate with, how big they grow, and much more.
The book also includes a thorough guide to the general principles of fish care, from choosing the right type of fish for your lifestyle, to constructing a tank or pond, to setting up a complete ecosystem with multiple fish and plant species. With beautiful, full-color photographs to accompany the incredible wealth of information, it’s both a joy to look through and an indispensable resource for any fishkeeping enthusiast.
- Used Book in Good Condition
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