My First Aquarium Book: The Joy of Tropical Fish Keeping

Alastair R Agutter
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My First Aquarium Book

This is a book I have always wanted to write for the Tropical Fish Hobbyist and Dedicated Aquarist, as it goes into great detail on keeping healthy, thriving, happy, disease free tropical fish, based on my experience, as I celebrate 50 years as an Ichthyologist from 1967 to 2017.


My First Aquarium – The Joy of Tropical Fish Keeping is a book for all new and existing aquarists participating in the noble and time honoured traditional pastime of tropical fish keeping.


The Best Selling Author of Tropical Fish Keeping shares his knowledge of five decades since taking up the hobby in 1967 with you, for keeping healthy thriving tropical fish, and as one of the World’s select few to successfully breed Wild Discus in captivity over 25 years ago, the King of the Tropical Fish Aquarium.


Inside this book are over 390 pages of valuable information, containing over 93,000 plus words and over 250 plus photographs, reference tables, diagrams and illustrations, to ensure every aquarist is successful in their life’s journey of tropical fish keeping.


INSIDE THIS BOOK:

Chapter 1 - A Little History of the Pastime, Chapter 2 – New Aquarist Getting Started, Chapter 3 - Tropical Fish Aquarium Theme, Chapter 4 - The Aquarium Size, Stand and Positioning, Chapter 5 - Aquarium Substrates and Furnishings, Chapter 6 – Growing and Keeping Aquarium Plants, Chapter 7 - The Aquarium Filtration System, Chapter 8 - Aquarium Water Conditions, Chapter 9 - Heating and Thermostats, Chapter 10 - The Aquarium Lighting Methods, Chapter 11 – Fish Species Behaviour, Chapter 12 - Aquarium Fish Species, Chapter 13 - Feeding Fish Species, Chapter 14 - Aquarium Early Days Care, Chapter 15 - Aquarium Maintenance, Chapter 16 - Fish Species Safety and Health Care, Chapter 17 – Fish Diseases and Cures, Chapter 18 – Aquarists Reference Tables, Chapter 19 - Aquarists Products and Accessories, Chapter 20 - Additional Notes, Chapter 21 - Useful Resources, Chapter 22 – Breeding Tropical Fish Tips, and much more…

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About the author

AUTHOR'S MARINE BIOGRAPHY:

Alastair R Agutter is one of a select few world-wide to successfully breed the Discus (symphysodon) species King of the Aquarium in captivity and an authority on these tropical fish species and others, as an accomplished Best Selling Author of Specialist Books Internationally.


Alastair began keeping and breeding tropical fish as a hobbyist from the age of just 9 years back in 1967 (nearly 50 years ago) and has successfully bred many species. He was one of the very first Aquarists in the United Kingdom breeding cichlids from the Great Lakes (Malawi and Tanganyika) in the early and mid-nineteen-seventies.


His enthusiasm as a dedicated Aquarist continues today with a number of projects underway; including the development of new biological filtration systems (Polyatomic-ion Biological Reactors), to help improve the success survival rate for keeping thriving plants with tropical fish species. Other projects include breeding a number of endangered species including original strains of the symphysodon family and other smaller indigenous species native to South America mainly inhabiting the Great River Amazon.


Alastair also continues today designing and making his very own aquariums and equipment for his projects, and also endeavours to write more tropical fish hobbyist reference books as a freelance full-time author, in the interests of further serving the local and wider Community Internationally!

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Alastair R Agutter
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Published on
Jun 18, 2016
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Pages
382
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ISBN
9781534773615
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Language
English
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Genres
Pets / Fish & Aquariums
Science / Life Sciences / Zoology / Ichthyology & Herpetology
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Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Edition One

A very big welcome to the "Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Edition One" for every tropical Fish Hobbyist and Dedicated Aquarist from around the World. Each edition covers a series of special features on the hobby, for a successful tropical fish keeping experience.


In this issue of the “Tropical Fish Keeping Journal” book edition one, we cover; the history of tropical fish keeping and the unmistakable contribution made by our Victorian Ancestors. Helping new aquarists get started. Choosing the correct themes and styles for the aquarist’s planned aquarium(s). Choosing the right sized fish tank, including the supporting stand required for the job and the importance of positioning the aquarium in the right place.


INTRODUCTION - Authors introduction to the Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Editions Page 04, SHORT HISTORY OF THE PASTIME - A brief History of the hobby and the unmistakable contributions made by our Victorian Ancestors Page 10, GETTING STARTED IN THE HOBBY - Helping new aquarists to get started in the hobby and becoming familiar with the products Page 19, AQUARIUM STYLES - Choosing the correct themes and styles for the Aquarists planned aquarium(s) Page 32, AQUARIUM SIZES AND STANDS - Choosing the right sized fish tank, including the supporting stand requirements Page 51, AQUARIUM LOCATIONS - A guide to ensuring your aquarium is positioned in a safe and appropriate location Page 67, TROPICAL FISH SPECIES - Editors choice featuring a selection of tropical fish species accompanied with fact files Page 82, AQUATIC PLANT SPECIES - Editors choice featuring a selection of aquatic plant species accompanied with fact files Page 88, BREEDING LIVEBEARER GUPPIES - The Aquarists quick guide to successfully breeding and rearing livebearer Guppies Page 93, AQUARISTS PRODUCTS GUIDE - Featuring essential star aquatic products of note for today's tropical fish hobbyist Page 99, AQUARISTS REFERENCE TABLES - Sets of essential reference tables for aquarists including Gallons, Litres, Aquarium Sizes, Filtration and more in every journal edition, plus mathematical formulas Page 108, AQUARISTS BOOK GUIDE - Essential books and magazines worth reading and acquiring covering the hobby Page 112 and AQUARISTS DIRECTORY - Useful web sites and web addresses for aquarists in relation to the pastime Page 113.

The Discus Book Tropical Fish Keeping Special Edition - Celebrating 25 Years!

For Natural Aquariums, Healthy Diets, Fish Care and more.....

“The Discus Book” first published in 1989, now celebrating 25 years in 2014 with this full colour special edition. With over 110 full colour pictures and just 17 black and white images of early days spanning 25 years as a special edition book.

"Alastair Agutter began keeping and breeding tropical fish as an aquarist at the age of 9 years and been a dedicated successful British Tropical Fish Breeder and Hobbyist for over 46 years. He is still only one of a select few world-wide who have successfully bred the Discus Fish in captivity and written as a published author on the subject."

Description of the Book:

This Book is for all Tropical Fish Hobbyists and enthusiasts. Where you will find inside the book proven methods for the successful keeping of any tropical fish, always healthy and disease free......

This “Special Edition” is for all Tropical Fish Keeping enthusiasts of all ages. With a blaze of fabulous colour plates and pictures, including images and photographs from the breeders first book 25 years ago and now these archive images serving as a time capsule in book form, for every Aquarist to study, reminisce and enjoy!

Where many of the old methods are still always the best!

Covering Fish Care for Discus, Cichlids and other Tropical Fish species. Natural Aquariums, Successful Breeding of Cichlids, Community Fish Aquariums, Filtration, Lighting, Suitable Plants, Special Recipes in the book for Preparing High Protein Fish Food to ensure your tropical fish are always healthy and thriving.........

"Author: Alastair R Agutter, began keeping and breeding tropical fish cichlids as a hobbyist from the age of 9 years, now with over 46 years experience."


CONTENTS OF THE BOOK:

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS
The Discus Book celebrating 25 years on since the 1st Edition was written, the advancements and specie strains since those early pioneers of breeding.

INTRODUCTION
Introduction to the Book and the concerns expressed even 25 years later after writing this book in hard copy.

CHAPTER ONE
The Discus and its Natural Environment.

CHAPTER TWO
The Wild Discus Species from South America.

CHAPTER THREE
The Importance of the Correct Aquarium.

CHAPTER FOUR
Live and Prepared Foods for the Discus Diet.

CHAPTER FIVE
The Requirements for Discus Fish Filtration.

CHAPTER SIX
The Genetics and Different Strains of Discus Fish.

CHAPTER SEVEN
The Lighting and Electrical Needs.

CHAPTER EIGHT
Collecting and Purchasing the Correct Fish.

CHAPTER NINE
The Correct Water and Techniques.

CHAPTER TEN
The Spawning of Symphysodon (the hard work begins).

CHAPTER ELEVEN
A Natural Discus Fish Aquarium with suggested Plant Species and Equipment, for a stunning aquarium.

CHAPTER TWELVE
The type of other Fish species you can enjoy and have with Discus Fish in a Community Aquarium.

CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Fish Care and the important points for having healthy Discus Fish and other Tropical fish species by forming a bond and routine.

CHAPTER FOURTEEN
Identifying Symptoms of the Discus Fish diseased and other Tropical Fish species, the remedies and the steps you can take to try and cure.

CHAPTER FIFTHTEEN
Concluding points and other related resources and places of interest on the World Wide Web for following your passion and interest.


BOOK DESCRIPTION:

This Second Edition of The Discus Book has been written and produced with updates and additional information since the first edition, written in 1989, to accommodate "some" of the questionable technology changes, regarding this species since the first edition of the Discus Book, when the Author successfully bred Wild Discus (symphysodon) in captivity, the recording of such work and events transcribed to the said printed book.

Alastair Agutter still remains one of a select few in the world today to accomplish such a feat, breeding wild symphysodon, and as a result of such endeavours by he, and other dedicated Aquarist colleagues, they managed to break a cycle and taboo that had lasted for more than 120 years, since the founding of the pastime we know as tropical fish keeping, after "The Great Exhibition" of 1851 and this being, to breed "The King of the Aquarium" in captivity.

This second edition of the book is concise and accurate, based on proven methods and techniques, to deliver the above results. The Discus, King of the Aquarium is a highly evolved species of the Cichlidae (tooth carp) Family and will challenge any Aquarist, even tank bred species. This book will not produce any quick fixes, or silver bullets to keeping symphysodon, whom are a very highly evolved sensitive species. But will provide the secrets to successfully keeping the species, if the valuable information found in this book is followed to the letter.

Natural Law teaches us to "evolve and refine" when studying quantum mechanics and natural branching, in other words stealth, efficiency and risk aversion. Such outcomes and results only ever come from following the covenant of Natural Law when one seeks "simplistic perfection" in all that we do!

CHAPTERS INSIDE THIS BOOK:

INTRODUCTION 
 
 
CHAPTER ONE
A Little Background Discus and their Natural
Environmentand Origin of the Species
 
CHAPTER TWO
The Wild Discus Species
 
CHAPTER THREE                                                
The Importance of the Correct Aquarium

CHAPTER FOUR                                                   
A Guide to Fish Food and Suitability for Discus
 
CHAPTER FIVE
Discus Prepared Super Foods and Recipes
 
CHAPTER SIX
Growing and Hatching Your Own Brine Shrimp
 
CHAPTER SEVEN
The Requirements for Discus Fish Filtration
 
CHAPTER EIGHT
The Genetics and Different Strains of Discus Fish
 
CHAPTER NINE
The Lighting and Electrical Needs                                 

CHAPTER TEN
Collecting and Purchasing the Correct Fish
 
CHAPTER ELEVEN
The Correct Water Conditions and Techniques
 
CHAPTER TWELVE
The Spawning of Symphysodon
 
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Rearing and Raising Healthy Discus toAdulthood
 
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
The Diseases and the Problems of the Species
 
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
Aquarists Essential Reference Tables
 
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
Author's Concluding Points
The Discus Book Tropical Fish Keeping Special Edition - Celebrating 25 Years!

For Natural Aquariums, Healthy Diets, Fish Care and more.....

“The Discus Book” first published in 1989, now celebrating 25 years in 2014 with this full colour special edition. With over 110 full colour pictures and just 17 black and white images of early days spanning 25 years as a special edition book.

"Alastair Agutter began keeping and breeding tropical fish as an aquarist at the age of 9 years and been a dedicated successful British Tropical Fish Breeder and Hobbyist for over 46 years. He is still only one of a select few world-wide who have successfully bred the Discus Fish in captivity and written as a published author on the subject."

Description of the Book:

This Book is for all Tropical Fish Hobbyists and enthusiasts. Where you will find inside the book proven methods for the successful keeping of any tropical fish, always healthy and disease free......

This “Special Edition” is for all Tropical Fish Keeping enthusiasts of all ages. With a blaze of fabulous colour plates and pictures, including images and photographs from the breeders first book 25 years ago and now these archive images serving as a time capsule in book form, for every Aquarist to study, reminisce and enjoy!

Where many of the old methods are still always the best!

Covering Fish Care for Discus, Cichlids and other Tropical Fish species. Natural Aquariums, Successful Breeding of Cichlids, Community Fish Aquariums, Filtration, Lighting, Suitable Plants, Special Recipes in the book for Preparing High Protein Fish Food to ensure your tropical fish are always healthy and thriving.........

"Author: Alastair R Agutter, began keeping and breeding tropical fish cichlids as a hobbyist from the age of 9 years, now with over 46 years experience."


CONTENTS OF THE BOOK:

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS
The Discus Book celebrating 25 years on since the 1st Edition was written, the advancements and specie strains since those early pioneers of breeding.

INTRODUCTION
Introduction to the Book and the concerns expressed even 25 years later after writing this book in hard copy.

CHAPTER ONE
The Discus and its Natural Environment.

CHAPTER TWO
The Wild Discus Species from South America.

CHAPTER THREE
The Importance of the Correct Aquarium.

CHAPTER FOUR
Live and Prepared Foods for the Discus Diet.

CHAPTER FIVE
The Requirements for Discus Fish Filtration.

CHAPTER SIX
The Genetics and Different Strains of Discus Fish.

CHAPTER SEVEN
The Lighting and Electrical Needs.

CHAPTER EIGHT
Collecting and Purchasing the Correct Fish.

CHAPTER NINE
The Correct Water and Techniques.

CHAPTER TEN
The Spawning of Symphysodon (the hard work begins).

CHAPTER ELEVEN
A Natural Discus Fish Aquarium with suggested Plant Species and Equipment, for a stunning aquarium.

CHAPTER TWELVE
The type of other Fish species you can enjoy and have with Discus Fish in a Community Aquarium.

CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Fish Care and the important points for having healthy Discus Fish and other Tropical fish species by forming a bond and routine.

CHAPTER FOURTEEN
Identifying Symptoms of the Discus Fish diseased and other Tropical Fish species, the remedies and the steps you can take to try and cure.

CHAPTER FIFTHTEEN
Concluding points and other related resources and places of interest on the World Wide Web for following your passion and interest.


BOOK DESCRIPTION:

This Second Edition of The Discus Book has been written and produced with updates and additional information since the first edition, written in 1989, to accommodate "some" of the questionable technology changes, regarding this species since the first edition of the Discus Book, when the Author successfully bred Wild Discus (symphysodon) in captivity, the recording of such work and events transcribed to the said printed book.

Alastair Agutter still remains one of a select few in the world today to accomplish such a feat, breeding wild symphysodon, and as a result of such endeavours by he, and other dedicated Aquarist colleagues, they managed to break a cycle and taboo that had lasted for more than 120 years, since the founding of the pastime we know as tropical fish keeping, after "The Great Exhibition" of 1851 and this being, to breed "The King of the Aquarium" in captivity.

This second edition of the book is concise and accurate, based on proven methods and techniques, to deliver the above results. The Discus, King of the Aquarium is a highly evolved species of the Cichlidae (tooth carp) Family and will challenge any Aquarist, even tank bred species. This book will not produce any quick fixes, or silver bullets to keeping symphysodon, whom are a very highly evolved sensitive species. But will provide the secrets to successfully keeping the species, if the valuable information found in this book is followed to the letter.

Natural Law teaches us to "evolve and refine" when studying quantum mechanics and natural branching, in other words stealth, efficiency and risk aversion. Such outcomes and results only ever come from following the covenant of Natural Law when one seeks "simplistic perfection" in all that we do!

CHAPTERS INSIDE THIS BOOK:

INTRODUCTION 
 
 
CHAPTER ONE
A Little Background Discus and their Natural
Environmentand Origin of the Species
 
CHAPTER TWO
The Wild Discus Species
 
CHAPTER THREE                                                
The Importance of the Correct Aquarium

CHAPTER FOUR                                                   
A Guide to Fish Food and Suitability for Discus
 
CHAPTER FIVE
Discus Prepared Super Foods and Recipes
 
CHAPTER SIX
Growing and Hatching Your Own Brine Shrimp
 
CHAPTER SEVEN
The Requirements for Discus Fish Filtration
 
CHAPTER EIGHT
The Genetics and Different Strains of Discus Fish
 
CHAPTER NINE
The Lighting and Electrical Needs                                 

CHAPTER TEN
Collecting and Purchasing the Correct Fish
 
CHAPTER ELEVEN
The Correct Water Conditions and Techniques
 
CHAPTER TWELVE
The Spawning of Symphysodon
 
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Rearing and Raising Healthy Discus toAdulthood
 
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
The Diseases and the Problems of the Species
 
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
Aquarists Essential Reference Tables
 
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
Author's Concluding Points
Full Description of Book
The Discus Book - For The Dedicated Aquarist - First Published in 1989 and Republished for all Tropical Fish Aquarists. A Best Selling Book for Fish Care and Aquariums. 

Suitable as an invaluable reference for all Tropical Fish Keepers and Hobbyists, wanting to know the tricks on having healthy thriving tropical fish free of disease. 

"Alastair Agutter began keeping and breeding tropical fish as an aquarist at the age of 9 years and been a dedicated successful British Tropical Fish Breeder and Hobbyist for over 50 years. He is still only one of a select few world-wide who have successfully bred the Discus Fish in captivity and written as a published author on the subject." 

IMPORTANT: Please Note there are no spelling or typing errors in this publication, it is "English Language British" spelt. The original photographs have now also been converted from old 35 mm to Digital. Thank You! 

The Discus Book (For the Dedicated Aquarist) first Published in 1989 has been reproduced due to continued demand based on the merits of the content as a record and historic value for all Discus Fish Lovers Around the World. With Pictures and Contributions from Dr. Eduard Schmidt-Focke, Dr Liv Singh Khasla, Paul Clayton, Jack Wattley, Nick Hulme and others. The book has some valuable changes and is an essential reference to breeding these beautiful species and keeping them successfully.

Chapters in this Book
The Discus and Its Natural Environment, The Wild Species, The Importance of the Correct Aquarium, Menu's of Live and Prepared Foods for the Discus Diet, The Requirements for Discus Filtration, The Genetics of Discus the Different Strains, Lighting and Electrical Needs, Collecting and Purchasing the Right Fish, The Correct Water and Techniques, The Successful Spawning and Breeding of Discus, Diseases and Problems, The Concluding Points.

For the Successful Breeding of All Cichlids:
The book can also be an invaluable reference and source for any Tropical Fish Hobbyist, especially Cichlid keepers, as the book covers breeding signs and behaviour patterns, the perfect water conditions and the importance of routines and keeping fish free from disease. 
 

Authors Editorial and Review
"This book has been a favourite with Tropical Fish Keepers and a Best Seller now for over 28 years. The Discus Fish, King of the Aquarium is the hardest species to breed and keep in captivity. By following the routines and methods in this book, ensures any hobbyist can keep successfully any type of tropical fish, be it a community aquarium full of tropical fishes, or seeking to specially breed cichlids and other species of interest successfully. The fish food menu's inside this book I think are very unique, where folk can make up large amounts of specially prepared food that can be frozen down and used when required, creating vast savings on fish food and providing the very best for your fish, with a high protein diet and with all the essential vitamins and nutrients, for healthy thriving fish. - Alastair R Agutter. 
Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Edition One

A very big welcome to the "Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Edition One" for every tropical Fish Hobbyist and Dedicated Aquarist from around the World. Each edition covers a series of special features on the hobby, for a successful tropical fish keeping experience.


In this issue of the “Tropical Fish Keeping Journal” book edition one, we cover; the history of tropical fish keeping and the unmistakable contribution made by our Victorian Ancestors. Helping new aquarists get started. Choosing the correct themes and styles for the aquarist’s planned aquarium(s). Choosing the right sized fish tank, including the supporting stand required for the job and the importance of positioning the aquarium in the right place.


INTRODUCTION - Authors introduction to the Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Editions Page 04, SHORT HISTORY OF THE PASTIME - A brief History of the hobby and the unmistakable contributions made by our Victorian Ancestors Page 10, GETTING STARTED IN THE HOBBY - Helping new aquarists to get started in the hobby and becoming familiar with the products Page 19, AQUARIUM STYLES - Choosing the correct themes and styles for the Aquarists planned aquarium(s) Page 32, AQUARIUM SIZES AND STANDS - Choosing the right sized fish tank, including the supporting stand requirements Page 51, AQUARIUM LOCATIONS - A guide to ensuring your aquarium is positioned in a safe and appropriate location Page 67, TROPICAL FISH SPECIES - Editors choice featuring a selection of tropical fish species accompanied with fact files Page 82, AQUATIC PLANT SPECIES - Editors choice featuring a selection of aquatic plant species accompanied with fact files Page 88, BREEDING LIVEBEARER GUPPIES - The Aquarists quick guide to successfully breeding and rearing livebearer Guppies Page 93, AQUARISTS PRODUCTS GUIDE - Featuring essential star aquatic products of note for today's tropical fish hobbyist Page 99, AQUARISTS REFERENCE TABLES - Sets of essential reference tables for aquarists including Gallons, Litres, Aquarium Sizes, Filtration and more in every journal edition, plus mathematical formulas Page 108, AQUARISTS BOOK GUIDE - Essential books and magazines worth reading and acquiring covering the hobby Page 112 and AQUARISTS DIRECTORY - Useful web sites and web addresses for aquarists in relation to the pastime Page 113.

Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Edition Four

A very big welcome to the "Tropical Fish Keeping Journal Book Edition Four" for every tropical Fish Hobbyist and Dedicated Aquarist from around the World. Each edition covers a series of special features on the hobby, for a successful tropical fish keeping experience.


In this issue of the “Tropical Fish Keeping Journal” book edition four, we cover; insight to fish species and their compatibility with others, to feeding tropical fish including recipes to make your own tropical fish food, early days fish care and the 28 day cycle to establishing safe aquarium water conditions and lastly maintenance of aquariums for ensuring healthy thriving tropical fish.


INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Introduction, Aquarists Diary & News, Tropical Fish Keeping Social Networking, Tropical Fish Super Foods How Super Foods Benefit You, Your Discus, and Other Tropical Fish Species, Beef Heart and Liver – Suitable for both adult and young fish, Recipe Instructions, Feeding Tropical Fish Flake Fish Foods, Fish Health and Hygiene at Feeding Times, Flake Fish Food Feeding Times, How Much Flake Food Do Fish Eat, Live Fish Tropical Foods Tubifex, Water Daphnia, Bloodworms, Frozen Fish Foods, Beef Heart and Spinach High Protein Super Fish Food, Beef Heart Broccoli and Spinach Recipe, Beef Heart Broccoli and Spinach Junior Recipe, Beef Heart and Spinach Ruby Recipe, Pellet Freeze Dried Fish Foods, Aquarists Fish Care, Tropical Fish Species Aquatic Plant Species, Aquarium Maintenance and Care Guide, Fish Species Safety and Health Care, Fish Diseases and Cures Diseases Symptoms and Cures, Tropical Fish Disease Guide, Aquarists Products Guide, Aquarium Products, Energy Lighting Solutions for Your Aquarium, UV Sterilization, Reverse Osmosis, Deionization, Accessories, Cable Tidy, Biological Filters, Condensation Trays, Air Stones, Air Valves, Heater Thermostats, Air Pumps, Flake Foods, Powerheads, Books, Undergravel Filters, Aquarists Reference Tables and more....

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