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Loricariidae alle L-nummern/all L-numbers
272 pages, 1800 colour photos.
This is the fully revised new version of the most successful aquarium book of the last decade. The book contains all f-number and LDA Number catfishes, from L01 to L350 and from LDA 01 to LDA76. All important characters and care instructions are available in symbols. The symbol explanations in ten different languages. It is a unique standard work, recognised worldwide. The book is indispensable for trade, breeders and aquarium hobbyists who keep these wonderful fishes.
Polypterus - Flösselhechte Bichirs175 pages
These fish have survived the dinosaurs. They were already there when 60 million years ago these giant lizards occupied the world. They breaths through lungs and their young have external gills as you will find only in newts and salamanders. They are fascinating witnesses of past times and still very much alive, vital and adapted to modern live. Bichirs have always attracted attention from biologists. Despite this fact, this will be the first time in the history of literature that all known species are presented in one book. In the framework of a five year research for this Aqualog Reference book, all type material was studied, which showed that several species were still new to science. To be able to picture one species for the first time, a collection expedition organised.
|10063|| All Goldfish
Alle Goldfische u. Schleierschwänze / All Goldfish
160 pages, 690 colour photos
The goldfish has been domesticated for almost a thousand years. No other fish species boasts so many cultivated varieties and sports. This AQUALOG pictorial lexicon seeks to portray for the first time all the varieties currently in existence, with more than 680 stunning photographs creating a glorious kaleidoscope of form and colour. In this volume the author has compiled the knowledge of Asian, American, and European breeders of this, the most important of aquarium and pond fishes. For the first time in the history of the aquarium hobby, the name of each variety is given in English, German, Chinese, and Japanese (all in Roman letters), along with its unique AQUALOG code number; using this sytem, it will at last be possible for these fishes to be discussed worldwide with little likelihood of confusion regarding identity. Unfortunately a few of the approximately 200 recorded cultivated varieties are known or presumed to have died out. If pictorial material becomes available at a later date, this AQUALOG, like the others, has space for supplements and can be brought right up-to-date.
|10004||South American Cichlids IV "Discus & Skalare"
South American Cichlids IV "Discus & Skalare"
240 pages, more than 900 colour photos
Volume IVshows beautiful discus and angels. Wild caughts, German, other European and Asian breeding forms plus all variants, colour and breeding forms.
|10011||All Livebearers and Halfbeaks
Alle Lebendgebärenden / All Livebearers and Halfbeaks
352 pages, 2000 colour photos
The first reference book to show not only the well known guppies, mollies, swordtails, platies, etc., but also all the others. All wild and cultivated forms and colour variants as well as all Halfbeaks.
|10084||Identifying Corydoradinae Catfish
Identifying Corydoradinae Catfish
384 pages, many colour photos
The intention within the pages of this book is to try and alleviate many of the identification problems which abound within the family Corydoradinae. This book is divided into six sections. The first four deal with specific groups of described species; Aspidoras (19 species), Brochis (3 species), Corydoras (150 species) and Scleromystax (5 species). The fifth section deals with the large group of undescribed species that have been categorised into a group known as C-numbers (145 C-numbers).
|10065||The puffers of fresh and brackfish waters
The puffers of fresh and brackfish waters
96 pages, 300 colour photos.
This is the first aquarium hobby monograph on fresh- and brackish-water pufferfishes. The author, who has been keeping these fishes for more than 40 years, provides detailed maintenance data on 29 species from this fascinating group. All described fresh- and brackish-water species, from all over the world, are portrayed in the identification section of this AQUALOG. Some 300 stunning colour photographs offer proof that puffers are not only useful snail-eaters but also colourful fishes, extraordinary in their form.
African Cichlids II Tanganyika 1 "TROPHEUS"
African Cichlids II Tanganyika 1 "TROPHEUS"
192 pages, approx. 450 colour photos and drawings, hardcover
Lake Tanganyika is one of the most fascinating lakes in the world. The cichlids of Lake Tanganyika dominate the fish fauna, in number of species as well as in numbers of specimens. The species of the cichlid genus Tropheus are so specialized in feeding habits, that they are not able disperse beyond rocky areas.
|10093||All about Shrimps, Crayfishes and Crabs
All about Shrimps, Crayfishes and Crabs
200 pages, 370 coloured photos, 1. edition 2008, hardcover
Learn everything about aquarium maintenance and breeding of: Dwarf, Fan, Long-arm, Swimming and Freshwater snapping shrimps. Also all about various crayfishes and crabs. Specials about hermit crabs and horseshoe crabs, the Aegla species and many more!
|10187||Tanganyika Cichlids in their natural habitat
||113,62||Tanganyika Cichlids in their natural habitat|
|11091||Cichlid fishes of Western Africa
||37,62||Cichlid fishes of Western Africa|
|10357||Cichlids The Pictorial Guide Vo. I ger./engl.
||75,62||Cichlids The Pictorial Guide Vo. I ger./engl.|