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Library 3 - Part 1


Lot of English books and magazines, but a lot of hard to find Fish, Aquarium and Plant related books in Japanese




LIB3-3 3/85 Today's Aquarium (Published in Germany, Written in English, The International Magazine for the Optimum Aquarium) $3.50
LIB3-6 2/86 Today's Aquarium (Published in Germany, Written in English, The International Magazine for the Optimum Aquarium) $3.50
LIB3-7 3/86 Today's Aquarium (Published in Germany, Written in English, The International Magazine for the Optimum Aquarium) $3.50
LIB3-10 2/87 Today's Aquarium (Published in Germany, Written in English, The International Magazine for the Optimum Aquarium) $3.50
LIB3-12 4/87 Today's Aquarium (Published in Germany, Written in English, The International Magazine for the Optimum Aquarium) $3.50
LIB3-15 3/88 Today's Aquarium (Published in Germany, Written in English, The International Magazine for the Optimum Aquarium) $3.50

wpeB.jpg (1802 bytes) LIB3-26 Piranhas in The Aquarium by SCHULTE Contents; A historical and literary critique; Piranhas in myths, rites and in the everyday life of south American Indians; Piranha biology; Range and ecology; Keeping and maintenance; Breeding; Taxonomic Survey; Fishing; 1988, hardback, over 100 Color photos & Drawings, 128 pages, Is there any freshwater fish that is as feared as the dreaded South American fish called the Piranha? Perhaps the Great White Shark of the oceans is just as "popular and equally feared, but no one has yet been able to keep a Great White in a home aquarium. You can, however, keep any species of piranha in an aquarium if the aquarium is large enough. The present author, Wolfgang Schulte, is an expert on piranhas. He went to South America to collect them and learn about them first hand, and he gives us information not available from any other source. We can read about how they exist in fact and fiction; how they can be successfully maintained in an aquarium. The author also deals with feeding, breeding and the social problems involved with keeping piranhas in a home aquarium. In some parts of the world, keeping or importing piranhas in strictly forbidden. The value of this book is further enhanced by the addition of more than 100 color illustrations.  $10.00
wpe3B.jpg (1704 bytes) LIB3-27 Piranhas Edited By Dr. George S. Myers With Contributions By The Editor, Dr. Herbert R. Axelrod, and The Late Harald Schultz 61 Color photos, 128 pages, 20 black & white photos, 23 line illustrations, Probably no other aquarium fish has stirred as much debate as the fishes generally known loosely as piranhas. Highly regarded by many in the aquarium field for both their interesting habits and their good looks, they are almost equally feared and hated by others for their supposed savagery and the dangers they pose. Somewhere between the two extremes lies the truth about piranhas, and this book sets out to find it. Fascinating reading coupled with fascinating photos, including 60 full-color photos over its128 pages.  $7.00
LIB3-28 A Fishkeeper's Guide to the Healthy Aquarium By Dr. Neville Carrington    To create and maintain a healthy aquarium is the aspiration of all fishkeepers. But why do problems affect some aquariums and not others? Is it possible to achieve that elusive natural balance? Here, at last, is a clear introduction to the spectrum of subjects involved, from the quality of water to the latest remedies for disease. 116 pages, 20,000 words, 14 illustrations, 105 color photographs. hardback $5.00
LIB3-30 A Fishkeeper's Guide to South American Catfish by David Sands1988, hardback, 118 pages $7.50
LIB3-31 A Fishkeeper's Guide to Central American Cichlids by David Sands The cichlids are immensely popular tropical fish for their variety, color and fascinating breeding behavior. This superbly illustrated guide focuses on the cichlids of Central America, with full advice on how to keep them, plus a detailed survey of over 30 species including many new to the hobby. 20,000 words, 66 color photographs. 77 pages, hardback $5.00
LIB3-32 A Fishkeeper's Guide to South America Cichlids by Dr. Wayne S. Leibel The cichlids of South America display a variety of feeding and breeding behaviors as rich and diverse as their shapes and body colors. This authoritative and superbly illustrated guide provides the perfect introduction to the care and breeding of these remarkable fish.   20,000 words, 75 color photographs, 1993, 79 pages, hardback $5.00
LIB3-33 Aquarium paperback, 1992, 192 pages (Written in Japanese) $10.00
LIB3-39 Aquarium Plants Manual by Scheurmann Selecting and maintaining water plants in large and small aquariums (information on more than forty different plants), 90 color photos, 93 pages, paperback For experienced hobbyists and beginners, here are short profiles on more than 40 different plants combined with details on selecting and maintaining water plants. There's even a section on how plants and fish interact in an aquarium. $5.00
LIB3-42 The Marine Fish and Invert Reef Aquarium By Albert J. Thiel 1990, paperback, 320 pages $12.50
LIB3-43 Advanced Reef Keeping by Thiel 1989, paperback, 448 pages $12.50
wpe1D.jpg (1854 bytes) LIB3-44 The Marine Aquarium Reference Systems and Invertebrates by Martin Moe 1992, 512 pages, paperback $17.50
LIB3-45 Simon & Schuster's Guide to Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Fishes 1976, over 300 color photos, paperback $10.00
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