Reef Frontiers en-us Fri, 23 Aug 2019 03:33:26 +0000 PhotoPost ReviewPost 5.0 60 Dual Overflow 140 gallon tank w eco system acrylic sump Wed, 18 Jul 2007 05:11:13 +0000 <a href=";title=dual-overflow-140-gallon-tank-w-eco-system-acrylic-sump&amp;cat=16"><img border="0" src="" alt="" /></a><br /><br />by: kricket<br /><br />Description: Oceanic Dual overflow 140 gallon reef tank-cherry finish, with Eco system acrylic 30 gallon sump, 2 retro-fit 175 watt halogens, Top Phantom Venturi Skimmer,UV Sterlilizer &amp; bulb, 2basic florescenselights, hand-made oak canopy, tons of accessories and products. $1,000 for the whole lot! Thu, 20 May 2004 01:48:50 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="906book3.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="906book3.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: NeilsReef<br /><br />Description: You really need this one! Do we need to say more about this one? Full of vital, necessary information! See your dealer now! ...and more, exciting, and useful titles are coming! Get Bob's expert advice for a few dollars in the may save you thousands in the end! Thu, 20 May 2004 01:47:34 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="906book2.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="906book2.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: NeilsReef<br /><br />Description: BOB DOES IT AGAIN! Dr. Bob Goemans follows up his popular Live Sand Secrets with another problem solving book! He discusses protein skimming and activated carbon as a means in the removing or minimizing accumulating aquarium nutrients. ANOTHER IN HIS SERIES OF HOBBYIST PROBLEM SOLVERS! Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:44:36 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Corals_of_the_World_Vol_1_2_3.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Corals_of_the_World_Vol_1_2_3.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: JEN Veron is by far the most talented researcher when it comes to Coral classification. I just received his 3 volume reference &quot;Corals of the World&quot; and spent about 6 hours reading and reviewing. If you are a Reef Aquarium hobbiest or simply appreciate Coral classification and taxonomy this reference is an absolute must have. I have Veron's other reference &quot;Corals of Australia and Indo-Pacific and it too is remarkable in every sense. If you are a reef hobbiest and simply need an easy reference book on coral care and compatabilty this publication might not be for you. However, if your a serious reef keeper, the money spent on this reference is worth every penny. The reference primarily gives you highly acurate coral clasifaction and taxonomy. The photos are astoundingly amazing as well. I give this book marks well above 5 stars. I seriusly doubt that there will ever be another book published with this type of information. I consider my new reference set one of my most prized possesions. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:29:56 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41water_chemistry.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41water_chemistry.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Written by an expert on marine biology, this title is must reading for the marine aquarium hobbyist. Keeping ocean-dwelling fish and other marine life forms thriving in the synthetic environment of an aquarium requires special knowledge and care, especially in regard to water quality. The author discusses the properties of natural seawater, then gives details on how to create and maintain high-quality synthetic seawater. He describes biochemical cycles and fluctuating conditions that are normal in a flourishing marine aquarium, instructs on adding needed chemical components, and advises on water analysis test kits, instrumentation, and record keeping. Includes illustrations plus informative tables and charts Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:23:57 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Clownfishes_and_Sea_Anemones.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41Clownfishes_and_Sea_Anemones.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: More of a novice type book Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:21:40 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Miniature_Reef_Aquarium_in_Your_Home.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Miniature_Reef_Aquarium_in_Your_Home.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This book is one of the first to tackle the keeping of reef aquariums in the home. There really is nothing miniature about keeping the reef aquariums described in this book. Emmens has a stragiht forward way of explaining how to keep a reef aquarium. Although some of the methods of keeping reef aquariums have changed over the years since this book was published, it still excels with great sections on water parameters, biological and chemical filtration, and a limited guide to certain reef organisms and fish. It's to the point and it is still relevant today. Reviewed by Brian Fox Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:17:49 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Successful_Reef_Aquarium.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Successful_Reef_Aquarium.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This book provides a beginner's guide to running a reef aquarium successfully and inexpensively. Follow the suggestions of the popular German author and expert in reef aquaria Daniel Knop. Easy to understand, yet in much detail, he describes everything, a beginner needs to know. This will make your reef aquarium an easy hobby. In this book you will find: - what you will need to set up a successful reef aquarium - an introduction to successful German methods of maintaining a reef aquarium - step-by-step guide for setting up a reef aquarium - an introduction to hardy tropical marine animals suitable for the beginner - a guide to propagate many of these animals successfully Thus, the book will help you to avoid set-backs, disappointments and unnecessary costs. In fascinating underwater photographs, the author carries you off to the secret world of coral reefs and in addition guides you to see and understand biological interrelationships in the reef as well as in the aquarium. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:12:44 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Successful_Mini-Reef_Aquarium.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Successful_Mini-Reef_Aquarium.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: A good nano book Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:12:40 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img border="0" src="" alt="" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:10:11 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41A_Practical_Guide_to_Corals_for_the_Reef_Aquarium.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41A_Practical_Guide_to_Corals_for_the_Reef_Aquarium.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:58:51 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Reef_Life_Natural_History.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Reef_Life_Natural_History.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: by Denise Nielsen Tackett, Larry Tackett Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:58:10 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img border="0" src="" alt="" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Use of &quot;Live Sand&quot; &amp; plenums in marine/reef aquariums. Plenum systems. How to retrofit a plenum or live sand system for an existing aquarium. How to buy live sand &amp; make a plenum. Substrate chemistry explained. All you need to know about aragonite, oolite &amp; crushed coral. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:53:26 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41reef_notes.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41reef_notes.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This is the third in the Reef Notes series, featuring articles from Julian's column in FAMA magazine from 1993-1994. The author revises the points where his opinion has changed or where he simply was in error, offering a chance for the reader to see how the understanding of how to operate a reef aquarium has evolved. A handy index allows the reader to look up various subjects Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:50:19 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_Vol_1_The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_Vol_1_The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: The book provides a fascinating look at the natural history and evolution of coral reefs that forms the foundation for understanding reef ecology and its practical application in closed system aquaria. Beginners and experienced hobbyists will appreciate the wealth of information and beautiful illustrations. Special emphasis on reef construction, zoogeography, marine algae, and microbiology affords and invaluable tool for designing an ecologically responsible system. 640 high-quality color p hotographs, numerous maps, tables, drawings, and diagrams Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:47:08 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Indo-Pacific_Coral_Reef_Field_Guide.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Indo-Pacific_Coral_Reef_Field_Guide.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This one is very good for identifying everything from sponges to turtles. Each type of creature (usually a phylum or an order) is organized into its own chapter, which begins with a couple of pages of general facts that generally cover reproduction, feeding, and interesting characteristics. Then come the pages of very good color photos of each variation (there are over 20 different clownfishes identified... not bad!) These are labeled with their common name and their Latin name. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:33:39 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Reef_Set_Reef_Fish.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Reef_Set_Reef_Fish.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: If there is one set of reef identification books to own then this one is it. A set of three of the best books available, it contains Reef Fish Identification, Reef Creature Identification and Reef Coral Identification. Throughout the Florida, Caribbean and Bahamas areas there are no better books available. Each fish, creature, coral, grass or algae has it's own full color picture along with a line drawing that points out the defining characteristics of that particular species. With a plastic cover and the pages treated to resist water, it can be taken to the beach or onto the boat without much concern about the water damaging the book. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:22:58 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_Vol_3.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_Vol_3.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: In this third volume of the encyclopaedia on the Modern Coral Reef Aquarium, you will find seven chapters containing a well of information not found in any other book on the subject! The book starts out with a small chapter putting the animals we keep into an evolutionary perspective. Chapter 2 contents microscopic single-celled animals that are so important for the biological balance of the aquarium. Chapter 3 takes a look at the sponges, true filter feeders among the invertebrates. Chapter 4 deals with many small invertebrate phyla - such as the sea spiders and the water bears - most of which are rarely described in other aquarium books. The huge chapter 5 covers all the phyla commonly called &quot;Marine Worms&quot;, and here you will find scientifically updated information on all sorts of marine worms as well as unique photos and comments on those species and groups frequently found in your reef aquarium. Do not miss the chance to view and learn about these interesting groups of animals! Chapter 6 tells you a lot on the Crustaceans, a group of invertebrates that have been popular among aquarists since the beginning of the marine hobby. You will find a well of new information on the most common species seen in the trade as well as presentations of more uncommon, but nevertheless highly interesting species for the reef enthusiasts. Last, but certainly not least, chapter 7 presents 43 private reef aquaria from all over the world. Here you will find interesting photos, technical descriptions as well as a lot of information on the animals inhabiting the different tanks. Buy this book and see how other aquarists have chosen to build their coral reef aquaria! Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:19:20 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_Vol_2_The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_Vol_2_The_Modern_Coral_Reef_Aquarium_.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: by Fossa Svein A., Nilsen Alf Jacob This volume deals exclusively with the phylum Cnidaria, the group of animals that, among others, contains corals, anemones and jellyfishes. All three classes in the phylum - the Hydrozoa, Scyphozoa, and Anthozoa - are discussed in details. Ch apters on evolution and reproduction biology of the cnidarians are also included. Several scientists, all experts in their individual fields, have contributed to this volume. With their help and that of scientific and popular literature, we have tried to make the content as up to date as possible. You will therefore find, not only an extensive list of references, but also a wealth of information never before grouped together in a popular book dealing with the cnidarians. The text is focused, both on the b iology of the group, as well as on how to keep cnidarians successfully in aquaria. The book also contains more than 800 high-quality photographs showing different groups of animals in their natural habitat and illustrating details of their biology, as wel l as their growth and survival in The Modern Coral Reef Aquarium. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:16:58 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Reef_Aquarium_A_Comprehensive_Guide_to_the_Identification_2.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Reef_Aquarium_A_Comprehensive_Guide_to_the_Identification_2.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: by Julian Sprung, J. Charles Delbeek This second volume in the series features the anemones and soft corals associated with reefs, detailing their biology and husbandry requirements, and featuring numerous species descriptions, with the benefit of wonderful color photographs. Also featured is new information regarding parasites in reef aquariums, and captive culture of anemones and soft corals. The book finishes with another section featuring more stunning images of reef aquariums around the world. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:14:37 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Reef_Aquarium_A_Comprehensive_Guide.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Reef_Aquarium_A_Comprehensive_Guide.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: by J. Charles Delbeek, Julian Sprung, Charles Delbeek, Martin A., Jr. Moe, Peter Wilkens This book is the &quot;bible&quot; on the subject of Reef Aquarium keeping, covering the biology of coral reefs and relating it to the biological, chemical, and physical parameters considered when creating a reef aquarium. The book details how to successfully cultivate corals in captivity and also features the identification and care of numerous coral and giant clam species. Diseases and parasites, and methods for controlling algae are also featured. The book finishes with an exciting section of photographs demonstrating successful reef aquariums. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:08:18 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Corals_A_Quick_Reference_Guide.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41Corals_A_Quick_Reference_Guide.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: A comprehensive field guide for aquarists, divers and naturalists, with detailed full color photographs of hundreds of species, encompassing the majority of coral genera one is likely to encounter on reefs around the world, This book defines corals and distinguishes them form similar hydrozoans, zoanthids, and corallimorpharia. The corals are described and compared to similar looking species, and their range and the correct pronunciation of the Latin name is given. In addition, for aquarists who grow corals in reef aquariums, information is provided in quick reference charts concerning each coral's requirements for light, water movement, and food, hardiness in captivity, aggressiveness toward other corals, and proper positioning in the aquarium. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:07:42 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Algae_A_Problem_Solver_Guide.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Algae_A_Problem_Solver_Guide.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Under specific conditions just about any seaweed, turf alga, phytoplankton or cyanobacteria can bloom and become &quot;problematic.&quot; In this book Julian Sprung focuses on the varieties of algae that commonly do so in aquariums. He identifies them with Latin and common names, photographs of their gross morphology and photographs taken under the microscope that depict important identifying features. The author gives an extensive set of recommendations for ways to control the growth of each alga through a combination of aquarium husbandry practices and the use of specific herbivores. At some point every aquarist encounters a problem with algae. Solving the problems and controlling the algae can be a real test of ones patience and skill. If you are about to give up your hobby because your expensive aquarium has an out-of-control algae bloom that is driving you crazy, don’t give up! Buy this book and follow Julian’s advice. Identifies algae that become &quot;problematic&quot; in aquariums. • Explains the Physical, Chemical, and Biological requirements of algae. • Over 180 color photographs, including photographs taken under the microscope to show important identifying features. • Extensive recommendations for ways to control algae growth.•How to eliminate Red Slime Algae once and for all.• How to stop Green Hair Algae from ruining your aquarium.•How to stop a dinoflagellate bloom. • How to control diatoms. • New herbivores for controlling Bryopsis and other hair algae. • New herbivores that eat Valonia. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:04:35 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Ultimate_Marine_Aquariums_Saltwater_Dream_Systems_and_How_They_Are_Created.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Ultimate_Marine_Aquariums_Saltwater_Dream_Systems_and_How_They_Are_Created.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: It's wonderful to read about other successful systems. I enjoyed reading about the set-ups, what additives were used, the salt that was used. I also liked reading about what people liked and disliked about their own tanks. But the photography is awful. I mean, this is a picture book! Some of the photos are downright out of focus. I could take better photos with a throw away camera. My driver's license has better photography. I'm shocked that a book that is a &quot;picture&quot; book has such terrible photos. A lot of time must have been spent compiling all the information about everyone's tank, but no one took the time to send a professional photographer to take pictures. I often read this book to see what someone's set up is, but I never bother to look at it for the photos, which is a real shame, because saltwater tanks are a visual feast. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:00:42 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Reef_Invertebrates_An_Essential_Guide_to_Selection_Care_and_Compatibilty.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Reef_Invertebrates_An_Essential_Guide_to_Selection_Care_and_Compatibilty.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: At 400 pages, this first volume of the Natural Marine Aquarium series takes a comprehensive look at the wide range of wondrous organisms both large and small for modern marine aquaria. Topics include extensive refugium and natural filtration methodologies, dynamic living vegetable and animal filters, and... of course, gorgeous photo galleries and information on husbandry for all the magnificent reef invertebrates suitable for study and display including shrimp, crabs, sea stars, live sand infauna, microcrustaceans &amp; plankton, sponges, sea squirts, gastropods, giant clams and other bivalves, and much more! Heavily illustrated, this reference is handsome, entertaining and above all informative. Written by the highly regarded team of Anthony Calfo and Robert Fenner, the authors bring their humor, wisdom and talent for the art of content provision to the reader with their uniquely humble yet passionate style of delivery. It is an essential guide for every conscientious marine aquarist seeking to finesse their fish or reef aquarium. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:58:44 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Reef_Secrets.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Reef_Secrets.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This is a beautiful book. There are lots of great pictures. The book is an excellent resource for those who are starting a reef tank. There are thorough and informative chapters on issues such as set-up, live rock, lighting, fitration, feeding, etc. The sections on selection &amp; care of corals, other invertebrates, fishes, and algae are excellent. Issues of care, compatibility and conservation are addressed for all species. I did notice a couple of incorrect pictures, but this is a very minor problem. Overall, this is an excellent beginner/intermediate book by a pair of recognized and respected authorities in the field. Their superb 4-volume series is beyond the budget of most at a per-volume list price of around $90. Most of what the average new reefer needs is here in this book. It is an excellent value for the price. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:57:19 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Book_of_Coral_Propagation_Volume_1_Reef_Gardening_for_Aquarists.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Book_of_Coral_Propagation_Volume_1_Reef_Gardening_for_Aquarists.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: A concise guide to the care and culture of reef invertebrates. This book is for curious minds interested in discovering some of the exciting techniques of coral propagation. It is tailored for hobbyists looking to safely control the growth of coral in aquaria, professional aquarists producing invertebrates for sale and trade, and thoughtful resellers interested in inspiring customers and staff to explore the many rewards of keeping coral reef invertebrates. A comprehensive guide of 450 pages, Volume 1 topics include commercial mariculture in greenhouses (including fabrication, design and operation), concept aquarium dynamics, a large coral family overview with consideration of captive viability and, of course, coral propagation, securing, and growout techniques for private aquarists and commercial interests. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:54:37 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Marine_Aquarium_Reference_Systems_and_Invertebrates.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Marine_Aquarium_Reference_Systems_and_Invertebrates.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: A major reference for the marine aquarist. The 512 pages of text, tables, figures, and drawings clearly explain the techniques and technology of modern marine aquarium systems: trickle filtration, redox potential, carbonate hardness, protein foam skimming, biological filtration, high density lighting, .. The latest classification of invertebrates and all other living organisms is also included with expanded discussion of the invertebrate groups most important to marine aquarists. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:51:12 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Marine_Aquarium_Handbook_Beginner_to_Breeder.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Marine_Aquarium_Handbook_Beginner_to_Breeder.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:38:39 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Marine_Aquarium_Handbook_Beginner_to_Breeder.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Marine_Aquarium_Handbook_Beginner_to_Breeder.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: A practical handbook on the theory and methods of keeping and breeding marine tropical fish. This updated and expanded edition describes the basic types of marine aquarium systems, with an emphasis on the traditional under gravel filter. Tank construction and selection, saltwater collection and makeup, filters and filtration, physics and chemistry, setup and maintenance, disease and treatment, foods and feeding, captive breeding Everything you need to know to set up and maintain a successful saltwater aquarium. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:31:53 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Your_First_Marine_Aquarium.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41Your_First_Marine_Aquarium.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Wonderful book as an &quot;introduction&quot; to the world of starting and maintaining a salt water aquarium. It is excellent in giving anyone who is think of starting a tank the basics of set-up and more importantly, what to expect as the tank matures. My 75 gallon tank is now 4 months old and has done great right from the start in large part due to the knowledge I gained from this book. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:31:03 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Your_First_Marine_Aquarium.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41Your_First_Marine_Aquarium.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:10:04 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Saltwater_Aquariums_for_Dummies.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Saltwater_Aquariums_for_Dummies.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This friendly guide to all things fishy covers acquiring and setting up a saltwater tank, choosing the ideal fish, and taking care of and maintaining asaltwater aquarium environment. It includes comprehensive tips on equipment ó from filters and heating, to lighting and other accessories. And, it gives you basic information on different types and species of saltwater fish, along with pictures of many of them. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:04:33 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Marine_Fishes.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Marine_Fishes.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Like a field guide to marine aquarium fishes, this first PocketExpert™ Guide offers a quick but authoritative reference for identifying, buying, and keeping more than 500 popular saltwater species. Designed by a team of marine enthusiasts and aquarium professionals, this information-packed handbook covers all of the fishes most often seen by hobbyists. &quot;One species per page&quot; listing offers concise, clear advice and data on: scientific and common names, maximum length, range, minimum aquarium size, foods and feeding, aquarium suitability, reef aquarium compatibility, behavior, and captive care advice. Included are all 29 major families and groups of marine aquarium fishes, ranging from angelfishes, butterflyfishes, and cardinalfishes to surgeonfishes, triggerfishes, and wrasses Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:02:43 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41The_Conscientious_Marine_Aquarist.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41The_Conscientious_Marine_Aquarist.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Drawing upon a lifetime of aquatic experience, marine biologist Bob Fenner demystifies the process of planning, setting up, stocking, and managing a beautiful, thriving slice of the tropical ocean. A leading advocate for the responsible collection and care of wild-caught specimens, Fenner starts with the basics and proceeds to give the reader the scientific background and expert-level secrets to being a smarter consumer, better reef steward, and more successful marine aquarium keeper. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:00:49 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Aquarium_Corals.jpg" border="0" src="" alt="41Aquarium_Corals.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: This is THE book regarding corals. Perfectly planned, perfectly written. A complete marine biology course in one book! Coral history and husbandry are covered as well as an outstanding chapter on water chemistry. This book will tantalize both the beginner and expert aquarist with its wealth of information regarding corals, their biological requirements and aquarium care. Especially useful is the review of hundreds of different species and their specialized needs. You should never make that &quot;mistake&quot; purchase again! The book presents technical information in concise, easy to understand language. It even has a glossary at the end to help out with unfamiliar technical terms as well as a contact list! This book is a MUST HAVE for anyone who keeps corals at any level of the hobby. Period. Thu, 29 Jan 2004 15:52:09 +0000 <a href=";cat=16"><img title="41Natural_Reef_Aquariums.JPG" border="0" src="" alt="41Natural_Reef_Aquariums.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: mojoreef<br /><br />Description: Debunking the myth that reef aquariums need to be wildly expensive and technologically complex, John Tullock offers a new, radically simple approach to producing beautiful, captive microcosms. Using live rock and live sand as part of a natural filtration system, the home aquarist can now create vibrant reef tanks that are biologically stable and simple to maintain. With Tullock’s suggestions, the reefkeeper can now mimic natural habitats such as a Florida Keys Lagoon, a Caribbean Turtle Grass Flat, an Indo-Pacific Deep Cave, or a Red Sea Patch Reef. With more than 200 color photographs and illustrations, Natural Reef Aquariums provides inspiration for both beginning and expert marine reef hobbyists.