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Corals -- New Books

Aquarium Corals Selection, Husbandry, and Natural History By Eric H. Borneman 2001, 464 pages, over 700 color photographs, Naural history of corals, Coral husbandry, Coral disease and predators, Reef ecology and conservation, More than 780 listings of genera and species: stony corals, soft corals, zoanthids, corallimorpharians, gorgonians, fire and lace corals.

N-718HB hardback $35.95
N-918 Book of Coral Propagation     Reef Gardening for Aquarists by Anthony Calfo spiral bound, 2003, 450 pages $38.95

A Concise Guide to the Successful Care and Culture of Coral Reef Invertebrates.
T-33 Coral Reefs by Holliday 204 pages, hardback, 250 color Photos $19.84
N-275 Corals of Australia and The Indo-Pacific by J.E.N. Veron Provides a systematic means of identifying almost 1000 species, a reliable nomenclature, up-to-date information of distribution and abundance, and authoritative notes on structure and biology. It also includes comprehensive sections on coral reefs found throughout the world and on the different types of coral communities that exist, like a patchwork of miniature forest, beneath the water. The work concludes with discussion on biogeography and on the geological history of corals. 1993, color & b/w photos, 656 pages, cloth bound $90.00
N-895 Hawaiian Coral Reef Ecology   by David Gulko 1998, 8.5 in. x 11 in., 256 pages, hardback $29.95

Hawai‘i’s coral reef represents one of the most complex and diverse ecosystems on Earth. Hawaiian Coral Reef Ecology illuminates this unique underwater world giving a complete detailed tour of what lies underneath Hawai‘i’s waters. Included are an in-depth exploration of the myriad of interrelationships that help to account for the complexities of reefs as well as a synthesis of many of the most recent theories and research surrounding coral reef ecology. Presented in a quasi textbook style, each two-page spread is self-contained as a mini-lesson to show the reader the intricacies of marine ecology. This is must reading and viewing for those who spend time underwater or are concerned about our oceans. The lessons and knowledge learned about Hawai‘i’s reefs are applicable to reefs throughout the world.
N-171 Marine Invertebrates Organ-Pipe and Leather Corals, Gorgunians by Wilkens and Birkholz 1992 2nd edition, 134 pages, 95 photos, hardback $34.95
N-175 Marine Invertebrates Stony Corals, Mushroom and Colonial Anemones by Peter Wilkens 1992 2nd edition, 136 pages, 95 photos, hardback $34.95