Aquarium Fish Breeding

Aquarium Fish Breeding

Book - 2003
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Barron's Educational Publishing
Aquarium hobbyists who are interested in breeding fishes and invertebrates will find a bonanza of information in this profusely illustrated book. Explained here is the biology of fish breeding, with focus on taxonomy, population management, genetics, inbreeding versus selective breeding, culling, reproductive strategies, and larval and juvenile development. The author also provides extensive information on aquarium requirements, breeding triggers, and fish nutrition. Prospective fish breeders will value the author’s detailed instructions for building a fish room, with attention to its location, structure, plumbing, life support, and safety issues. He devotes individual chapters to livebearers, egg layers, cichlids, marine fish, and invertebrates. This very useful book is enhanced with more than 85 color photos plus anatomically accurate line art.

Publisher: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's, c2003
ISBN: 9780764122088
0764122088
Branch Call Number: 639.34 Hem
Characteristics: 169 p. : ill. (chiefly col.)
Additional Contributors: Earle-Bridges, Michelle

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