Guppy Care And Breeding For Beginners

Author: N. T. Gore
Editor: BookCountry
ISBN: 1468940228
Size: 17,51 MB
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A solid beginner's guide to caring for and breeding guppies, aimed at first-time guppy owners. Very little rivals the life and beauty a well-maintained aquarium can add to a room, and getting started with one of your own needn't be as difficult as you might imagine! This Book Includes: What's in a Guppy? Create the Perfect Environment The Basic Setup for Guppies Should I Use Plants? Decorating for Baby Guppies Tank Technicalities Selecting Your Fish Keeping Guppies Healthy The Basics of Breeding The Arrival of Baby Guppies ...and more!

Guppy Care Breeding For Beginners

Author: N. T. Gore
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781491249260
Size: 14,57 MB
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A solid beginner's guide to caring for and breeding guppies, aimed at first-time guppy owners. Very little rivals the life and beauty a well-maintained aquarium can add to a room, and getting started with one of your own needn't be as difficult as you might imagine.

Guppies

Author: Homer Mozart
Editor: Tfh Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9780793803583
Size: 14,93 MB
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A guide to keeping guppies, describing the different varieties that exist, breeding strategies, care and feeding, aquarium maintenance, and more.

Guppy Care

Author: Fish Care Manuals
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ISBN: 9781537133799
Size: 20,64 MB
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Guppy Care: The Complete Guide to Caring for and Keeping Guppies as Pet Fish The guppy (scientifically known as Poecilla Reticulata and anecdotally known as the 'million fish' and the 'rainbow fish') is one of the world's most widely owned and traded tropical fish species. It is arguably the most popular freshwater aquarium fish species. Guppies originate from the freshwater streams and rivers of South America but have been introduced to many different habitats across the world. They are highly adaptable and hardy fish and can thrive in many different environmental and ecological conditions. Interestingly guppies have 23 pairs of chromosomes, which include one pair of sex chromosomes, which is the same number as humans. Due to their popularity there are many different color morphs of guppy. Selectively bred guppies are normally characterized by having larger bodies and more intricate patterning (such as the snakeskin or grass guppies). Here at Fish Care Manuals we are passionate about fish care. As a brand we have a strong idea of what makes up a good fish care book. We have consulted with multiple experts in the field of fish caring to allow us to create a book filled with cumulative opinions and best practices. The experts we consult range from veterinarians to every day fish keepers who have had years of experience caring for the specific fish each book is on. Our aim, and mission, is to produce the best possible fish care books that are a great value for money. Tags: GUPPY, GUPPY care, GUPPY fish, GUPPY fish care, GUPPY pet, GUPPY pet care, GUPPY pet fish, GUPPY aquarium, aquarium, fresh water, fresh, water, salt water, salt, tropical fish, tropical fish care, tropical pet fish, exotic, tropical, exotic fish, exotic fish care, exotic pet fish, aquarium maintenance, aquarium how to, best aquarium, fish food, GUPPY care guide, GUPPY care manual, how to look after GUPPY, best practice to care for GUPPY, fish care for beginners, rainbow fish, million fish, rainbow fish care, rainbow fish pet care, rainbow fish pet, million fish pet care, million fish care

Saltwater Aquarium Fish Care For Beginners A Quick Start Guide To Saltwater Fish And Saltwater Aquarium Care For Happy Healthy Pet Fish

Author: Nancy Copeland, Malibu Publishing
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1300970383
Size: 20,47 MB
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Aquarium Fish are an amazing household pet. Among all the animals, they are the easiest to care for plus they don't really take so much room. However, most kids lose their interest in fishes rather fast especially those children who want to have a pet which they can cuddle up with. They tend to be a bore for kids who are active and always on the go. That must be the reason why not too many would ask for a school of fish. Nonetheless, fishes can be the perfect pet. Whenever parents think of granting their little kids" plea for a pet, most often the choice is to give them a fish. Even with the little care it requires, they could still teach them how to be responsible in taking care of a living thing. Having a pet fish would instill in them the value of love and acceptance of simplicity.

Freshwater Aquarium Fish Care For Beginners A Quick Start Guide To Freshwater Fish And Freshwater Aquarium Care For Happy Healthy Pet Fish

Author: Nancy Copeland, Malibu Publishing
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1300970979
Size: 12,79 MB
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It's amazing how much conversation can take place between a two-year old and an aquarium. Let the kids name the fish. Have discussions and ask questions like, what color is that fish? What are the fish doing today? Count the fish. Just be careful with counting. If one of the fish has decided to eat some of its tank mates that could turn into a different type of learning experience altogether. This doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing; you just have to be prepared for it. After all, kids do have to learn about the cycle of life and death somehow. It would certainly be a lot easier to cope with the death of goldfish as a child's first loss, rather than a human family member. In these times of having five hundred plus cable channels and excessive video games, an aquarium can be a refreshing touch to a home. The next time you sit down for a family dinner; try looking at the aquarium instead of the television. You never know, it may just start an actual conversation.

Guppy Care Simplified

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Editor: Philip Shaddock
ISBN: 1105575055
Size: 14,63 MB
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Tropical Fish For Beginners

Author: Herbert R. Axelrod
Editor: TFH Publications
ISBN: 9780876667521
Size: 17,65 MB
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Freshwater Aquariums For Dummies

Author: Maddy Hargrove
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118050972
Size: 10,74 MB
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Covers the latest aquarium gadgets Design a dazzling underwater environment with this bestselling guide! Setting up your first freshwater aquarium can be a daunting task. This friendly guide answers all your questions, from setting up your tank and selecting fish to the water, chemicals, plants, and much more. There's also expanded guidance on combining different species of fish, maintaining a tank, cleaning gravel, and dealing with common problems such as algae. Discover how to * Choose the right aquarium * Select the best fish * Get good deals on equipment * Maintain a clean, healthy environment * Handle tank pitfalls * Breed your fish

Freshwater Fish Ecology

Author: Kordell Payne
Editor: Scientific e-Resources
ISBN: 1839474491
Size: 11,78 MB
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Freshwater fish are those that spend some or all of their lives in fresh water, such as rivers and lakes, with a salinity of less than 0.05%. These environments differ from marine conditions in many ways, the most obvious being the difference in levels of salinity. To survive fresh water, the fish need a range of physiological adaptations. 41.24% of all known species of fish are found in fresh water. A fish is defined as an aquatic or marine animal with vertebrae. All fish have vertebra, except sharks and rays that have cartilage. Cartilage is more flexible than bone, but strong enough to support the body. They usually possess gills in the adult stage and have limbs in the form of fins. Fishes also include the jawless vertebrates such as the lamprey and hagfish; and the shark, ray, chimaera, lungfish, and bony fishes. The bony fishes are the most common. A bony fish has jaws that are well developed, formed by true bone rather than cartilage. Fish are very different in appearance, size and shape. This all depends on the environment that it lives in. Fish are part of the ecosystem entering the flux of energy at different levels of the food chain. This book introduces the ecology of fishes by describing the inter-relationships between fishes and the aquatic habitats they occupy. Sequential reading, chapter by chapter, covers the main themes of ecology, including habitat use, species interactions, migration, feeding, population dynamics and reproduction in relation to the major habitats occupied by fishes.