The New Illustrated Guide to Fish Diseases DVD -
The New Illustrated Guide to Fish Diseases
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It is one thing to select beautiful fish for your aquarium or pond, it is quite another to recognise diseases in your fish and also effectively combat them using proper drugs. Many books are thick on text, but thin on photographs; this book by contrast, features 1.000 photographs of sick fish.
After 25 years of research, Gerald Bassleer, an international authority in the field of fish diseases, has written this 'New Illustrated Guide to Fish diseases', as an extended and improved version of the popular 'Colorguide of fish diseases' (1982)
This book will enable the fish hobbyist:
- To recognise diseases in fish with the aid of a multitude of accurate photographs
- To trace the underlying causes on the basis of a questionnaire
- To familiarise himself with major fish diseases through concise descriptions written in plain language
- To apply the correct treatement based on clear descriptions of practical uses of the latest medications
This book is lavishly-illustrated aid to making the right diagnosis.
Buy The Book + DVD together for extra savings
Please Note : This Book does not cover Marine fish diseases
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