Back cover copy Saltwater aquariums bring the calming beauty of a tropical reef right into your home and make you feel attuned to nature. But when you're creating a saltwater aquarium, the key is choosing fish, invertebrates, seaweeds, and corals that are in harmony with each other. There are more than species of reef fish to choose from, and some are not compatible. This book is your recipe for saltwater aquarium success.
It gives you the basics of setup, maintenance, and design considerations, but it goes beyond that to include: More than 40 specific recipes for saltwater aquariums, including biotope designs mimicking barrier reefs, atolls, lagoons, etc. About John H. Tullock John Tullock, a lifetime aquarist, owned a retail and mail-order aquarium business for years. He founded the American Marinelife Dealer Association. He holds a master's degree in zoology. Rating details.
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What You May Want. Where to Find Equipment and Supplies. How to Recognize Quality Saltwater Fish. Getting Ready. Physical and Chemical Cycles. Overview of the Coral Reef Environment. Let Nature Take Its Course. The Best Home Aquarium Fish. Getting to Know Fish. Who Lives with Whom? Saltwater Fish Families. Popular Species for Fish-Only Tanks. Reef-Compatible Fish Species. Some Fish to Avoid. Invertebrate Groups. Invertebrate Roles in the Aquarium Community.
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Utilitarian Invertebrates. Photosynthetic Invertebrates. Clownfish Host Anemones. Nonphotosynthetic Invertebrates. Some Invertebrates to Avoid. Developing a Stocking Plan.
Some Examples to Get You Started. Create Your Own Stocking Plan. Chapter 7: Setting Up Your Tank.
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Setting Up a Quarantine Tank. Basic Setup for a Small Tank.
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Accommodating an Anemone. Setting Up a Larger System. Acclimating New Arrivals. Creating a Fish-Only Tank. Creating a Reef Habitat. Chapter 8: Keeping Your Aquarium Healthy. Avoiding Maintenance Headaches. Feeding Fish. Feeding Invertebrates. Water Changes. Mixing Synthetic Seawater.
Water Tests. Equipment Maintenance. Record Keeping. Family Aquarium Maintenance Routine. Why Problems Happen. When Should I Medicate the Fish? Invertebrate Parasites and Diseases. Special Considerations for Reef Tanks. Frequently Asked Questions. Chapter Your Aquarium as Part of the Family. Daily Care. On Vacation.
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