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Aqualog: South American Cichlids IV
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Book Description
The renowned author H. J. Mayland has written this fourth volume of the Aqualog South American Cichlids Series. On over 900 fantastic color photos you see beautiful discus and angels. Wild caught, German, European and Asian breeding forms plus all variants, color and breeding forms with trading names and code numbers. VOLUMES I-IV presents a comprehensive lexicon about all known cichlids of the new world. If you want to identify all the different South American Cichlids then you should get all 4 volumes of this series.

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 remains, 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 AQUALOG News. These stickers can be attached to the empty pages at the end of your book. 240 pages, hardcover, over 980 color photos. And if you want more information about the Discus (breeding, feeding, and more...), you'll find it in our AQUALOG -Special "Majestic Discus " ISBN 393170243X.

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