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Banggai Cardinal fish A Giude to Captive Care, Breeding, & Natural History

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Vendeur: seahorse-breeder (2.307) 99.9%, Lieu où se trouve: Shrewsbury, Lieu de livraison: Europe, Numéro de l'objet: 222282553469 Banggai Cardinal fish A Giude to Captive Care, Breeding, & Natural HistoryBANGGAI CARDINALFISH A Guide to Captive Care, Breeding & Natural History By Ret Talbot • Matt Pedersen • Matthew L. Wittenrich, Ph.D. • Foreword by Dr. Gerald R. Allen with Martin A. Moe, Jr., Roy Yanong, V.M.D. and Thomas Waltzek, D.V.M., Ph.D. A manual for aquarists, divers, and breeders From the team that brings you CORAL Magazine, here is the all-new, profusely illustrated and definitive guide to a unique species that captivates aquarists, divers and underwater naturalists alike. Join the international Banggai Rescue expedition as it explores the native range of the species in the remote Banggai Archipelago in Sulawesi, Indonesia • Meet indigenous fishing families and Indonesian biologists struggling to protect the species from rapacious poaching and overfishing • See the biological consequences of Pterapogon kauderni as an invasive species introduced to areas where it never previously existed. Learn the secrets of small-scale Banggai Cardinalfish breeding • Visit the fishrooms of successful breeders • Get the basics as well as advanced tricks for: Establishing broodstock • Conditioning and spawning • Rearing healthy fry • Marketing and selling your captive-bred Banggais. “The new bible for every Banggai Cardinalfish enthusiast and breeder.” The book also has an extensive section on husbandry and breeding advice for the Banggai Cardinalfish. The Banggai Cardinalfish is one of the most popular ornamental marine fish in the hobby. It came to the aquarium trade in the early 1990s and is currently experiencing declines in the wild, due to overharvesting the species for the trade. It can be found in the Banggai archipelago of Indonesia and in spite of the capability to captive breed the species, its population in the wild continues to dwindle due to overfishing, disease, and other factors. Publication date: August 29, 2013 Published by Reef to Rainforest, Shelburne, Vermont304 pages7.375 x 9.25 inchesFull-color throughout (235 images) MPN: Does Not Apply

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