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the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

The Discus Book For the Dedicated Aquarist first Published in 1988 has been re-written and published in Ebook Edition on Amazon for all Discus Fish Lovers Around the World. Covering Fish Care for Discus, Cichlids and other Tropical Fish species. Very few of the fish imported particularly to Europe, survived this ordeal, and those that did soon died in captivity, either from disease or nervous disorders, clearly brought about by brain damage and stress. Optimize outcomes, reduce complications, and minimize risks by adhering to current, evidence-based practice guidelines. In the book introduction over 28 years ago, he wrote about climate change concerns and with warnings. The authors have written in a way that reflects their application of the Maitland Concept and how they have integrated techniques in the light of advancement in professional knowledge. This Book is for all Tropical Fish Hobbyists and enthusiasts.

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The Discus Book by Alastair Agutter by Alastair Agutter

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

Tackling the big issues such as gravity, magnetism, sound, and what really happens in the Large Hadron Collider, this engaging look at physics also spells out why cats always land on their feet, why people appear to have red eyes in photographs, and the real danger of looking at an eclipse. Covering: The Discus and Its Natural Environment, The Wild Species, The Importance of the Correct Aquarium, 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. 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. 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. Chapter 1 - A Little History of the Pastime, Chapter 2 โ€” 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 โ€” 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 โ€” 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 โ€” Fish Diseases and Cures, Chapter 18 โ€” Aquarists Reference Tables, Chapter 19 - Aquarists Products and Accessories, Chapter 20 - Additional Notes, Chapter 21 - Useful Resources, Chapter 22 โ€” Breeding Tropical Fish Tips, and much more. 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.

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The Discus Book by Alastair R. Agutter

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

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. With no solid black lines, these realistic designs will enable you to create more realistic shading effects than ever before giving you results that you can be proud of and will love to show off to your friends and family. This second edition of the book is concise and accurate, based on proven methods and techniques, to deliver the above results. Alastair R Agutter is a full-time Designer, Best Selling Author, Publisher, Musician and Writer, after a 35 year Professional Career in Marketing and Communications, Product Engineering Development and Artificial Intelligence, namely the World Wide Web. This will help you take your mind off the day to day stress and worries and find calm through coloring far more quickly. Over Twelve Chapters in this Book.

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The Discus Book

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

Understand the rationale and scientific evidence behind spinal injections and sympathetic nerve blocks - when and why they should be performed, the mechanisms of action on pain, and current guidelines for practice - and master their execution. The original photographs have now also been converted from old 35 mm to Digital. The original photographs have now also been converted from old 35 mm to Digital. For everyone who ever wondered how a light bulb works or how squirrels avoid electrocution on the power lines, this handbook supplies answers on the physics of everyday life and examines the developments in the exploration of subatomic particles. There are very few places remaining in this World where man has not trodden, and in most cases destruction has followed in his footsteps. A Best Selling Book for Fish Care and Aquariums.

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The Discus Book : MR Alastair R Agutter : 9781497578203

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

The original photographs have now also been converted from old 35 mm to Digital. Alastair R Agutter born in Farnborough 1958 is a proud Father of five Children, and an Amazon Best Selling Author of Specialist Books and Publications covering; Human Interests, Wild Life, the Sciences and Child Development. The Discus Book 1st Edition by Alastair R Agutter Summary Description: The Discus Book - For The Dedicated Aquarist - First Published in 1989 and Republished for all Tropical Fish Aquarists as a continued Best Selling Book for over 28 years. The Discus Book 2nd Edition A very big welcome to The Discus Book Second Edition for all Tropical Fish Hobbyists and dedicated Aquarists. I wanted to write this book in the hope of inspiring others who share the same interests and the love of this beautiful species.

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The Discus Book : MR Alastair R Agutter : 9781497578203

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

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. I have had wild-caught Discus sent to me which have lain flat on the bottom of the aquarium for as many as three days, the only movement made being that of its respiratory system and pectoral fin motion. Full Description of Book The Discus Book - For The Dedicated Aquarist - First Published in 1989 and Republished for all Tropical Fish Aquarists. This fish's natural habitat is quite considerable in relation to the scale and size of some countries. A book for all Tropical Fish Hobbyists, Discus Lovers and Cichlid Keepers. A Member of the Microsoft Partner Research Panel, a Google and Amazon Partner. 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.

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the discus book

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

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. 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. For more information, Thank You! Since being first published in 1989 from my experiences and findings as a breeder of the Discus symphysodon and as an author where I recorded events for every aquarist continues to demonstrate the worth and value inside the book as a frank and honest informative guide based on experience first hand. Furthermore, each peripheral region craniomandibular, upper limbs and lower limbs is considered from the point of view of best practice in analysing and hypothesising subjective data, examination, treatment and management of peripheral pain conditions. Sadly many of the reasons that prevent us from learning far more arise from financial constraints.

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The Discus Book

the discus book for the dedicated aquarist

A key feature of the new edition focuses on a more evidence-based and analytical view of the role of mobilization and manipulation in clinical practice. This means that you are able to remove all of the pages and frame them if there are any that you are particularly proud of! 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. The book has some valuable changes and is an essential reference The Discus Book For the Dedicated Aquarist first Published in 1988 has been re-written and published in Ebook Edition on Amazon for all Discus Fish Lovers Around the World. . It was as late, as the 1960's that people were better informed about the species and articles started to appear in journals. 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. The fish later named in honour of Dr Heckel.

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