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    AQUALOG Killifishes of the World
    Old World Killis I & II

    by Lothar Seeger



    Pages: 112
    Publisher: Aquaristik - Consulting & Service
    Edition: 1997
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-3931702304

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    V. I, In this AQUALOG-reference book, Dr. Lothar Seegers introduces the groups Aphysosemion, Lampeyes and Ricefishes. "Freshwater Jewels" is another name for the beautiful killis. You will know why after having seen the amazing array of colors disp layed by killifishes, presented in this book on over 800 brilliant multi-colored photographs. Like in all other AQUALOG books we have taken great troubles to present all known groups, even all locality-variants. All AQUALOG -reference books introduce each fish (incl. breeding forms etc.)with at least one color photo and a short description. The ingenious code number system labels every known or newly discovered fish with an individual code number. This number re mains, despite any scientific renaming. Moreover, it enables you to communicate internationally about any fish without the danger of confusion regarding local names! Your AQUALOG -reference book always stays up-to-date! All newly discovered or bred species are regularly published as supplements or so-called "stickups" in our AQUALOGnews. These stickers can be attached to the empty pages at the end of your book.

    V. II, Another volume compiled by our Expert Dr. Lothar Seegers. Many of the 550 color photos have been taken by himself. The groups of panchaxes, Aplocheilus, Epiplatys, Nothobranchius, Aphanius and others are introduced in this sequel, again with all varieties, localities and exact scientific names. Their colors and size (most of them reach only 3 to 8 cm) make them the ideal aquarium inhabitants. The first volume already triggered off a rising interest in killis. All AQUALOG -reference books introduce each fish (incl. breeding forms etc.)with at least one color photo and a short description. The ingenious code number system labels every known or newly discovered fish with an individual code number. This number re mains, despite any scientific renaming. Moreover, it enables you to communicate internationally about any fish without the danger of confusion regarding local names! Your AQUALOG -reference book always stays up-to-date! All newly discovered or bred species are regularly published as supplements or so-called "stickups" in our AQUALOGnews. These stickers can be attached to the empty pages at the end of your book.





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