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An undersea kingdom in the comfort of one's own home!


Presented in straightforward, readable text focused on the best
species to consider, compatibility guidelines, general care
recommendations, and what to do if things go wrong, this indispensable
volume answers questions for both the novice and the experienced
saltwater aquarium enthusiast.

The Complete Idiot's
Guide® to Saltwater Aquariums
offers BONUS ONLINE CONTENT with
nearly 1000 descriptions and pictures of marine fishes, corals, plants,
and invertebrates among sixty family groupings.

  • Features
    tips on how to acclimatize to avoid harming the animals and advice on
    treating disease and problem-solving.
  • Includes information
    about filters, sumps, fugiums, calcium reactors, sterilizers, ozoniers,
    plumbing, lighting, and water.

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Reviews for The Complete Idiot's Guide to Saltwater Aquariums:

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Jul 31, 2013

This book could have been written bettert, but I really appreciate the details it went to in describing the responsibilities of a saltwater aquarium. Someday I will have one of my own. :3
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Jan 16, 2011

So this book was ok. It really started getting hairy when the authors began trying to explain the three different types of filtration, and I think they could have stream-lined and simplified their explanations. This book also could have benefitted from some color photos - particularly when describing different types of complications marine life can have. The CD of fish and other marine life is a little bit difficult to navigate and didn't provide quite as much information as I would have liked So this book was ok. It really started getting hairy when the authors began trying to explain the three different types of filtration, and I think they could have stream-lined and simplified their explanations. This book also could have benefitted from some color photos - particularly when describing different types of complications marine life can have. The CD of fish and other marine life is a little bit difficult to navigate and didn't provide quite as much information as I would have liked about each species. So, in sum, I would say this is an "average" book for beginning aquarists. ...more

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