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    hi can somebody reccomended good marine book

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    I can suggest three..

    The Conscientious Marine Aquarist by Fenner
    Aquarium Corals by Bornemen
    Natural Aquarims by Tullock






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    thanks

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    i've got the tulloch and fenner books, good to grasp the basics of different systems. i was reccomended reef secrets by vossa and nielson but not seen it. tbh i don't know if i'd buy them again seeing as there is some good info on the net is free, my local library said if i supply an isbn number they might be able to get them in for a charge of

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    Books, unlike the web.. are very convenient for studying in the smallest room of the house.. or the bath..

    I'd always suggest someone gets Fenner to get started.. and Borneman if they want to keep corals. Tullock is very similar to Borneman but has a slightly different approach and is useful as a comparison.

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    Books, unlike the web.. are very convenient for studying in the smallest room of the house.. or the bath..


    true, i've even taken them to work for when i'm bored

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    iam looking for encyclopaedia which i can take with me to shop.
    must be describe parameter fish and coral(what they eat,what light,what kind of fish is, etc.)

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    Any good LFS should have these available to borrow in the shop.. just ask..

    Of the books I listed, Fenner covers quite a few of the common fish species, Borneman covers almost all coral groups you are likely to find in an LFS.

    It's much better to research what you want before getting there.. avoids expensive mistakes with impulse buys.

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