By Jane Whittle
By Jane Whittle
By Thomas Miller Klubock
By Peter H. Feindt,Thomas Saretzki
By Paul J.J. Welfens
By Patsy Healey
By Ricardo Calado,Ike Olivotto,Miquel Planas Oliver,G. Joan Holt
The international exchange of aquatic organisms for domestic and public aquariums, besides linked gear and add-ons, has turn into a multi-billion buck undefined. Aquaculture of marine decorative species, nonetheless in its infancy, is well-known as a plausible substitute to wild assortment because it can complement or substitute the provision of untamed stuck specimens and most likely support get better common populations via restocking.
This ebook collects right into a unmarried paintings the main updated info at present to be had at the aquaculture of marine decorative species. It comprises the contributions of greater than 50 top scientists and specialists on assorted subject matters suitable for the aquaculture of the main emblematic teams of organisms traded for reef aquariums. From clownfish, to angelfish, tangs and seahorses, in addition to corals, anemones, shrimps, gigantic clams and a number of other reef organisms, all concerns comparable with the husbandry, breeding, and alternate are addressed, with explanatory schemes and illustrations getting used to aid in figuring out the main advanced themes addressed.
Marine decorative Species Aquaculture is a key reference for scientists and lecturers in learn institutes and universities, private and non-private aquaria, in addition to for hobbyists. marketers also will locate this booklet a big source, because the tradition of marine decorative species is analyzed from a enterprise orientated standpoint, highlighting the hazards and possibilities of industrial scale aquaculture of marine ornamentals.
By Barbara J. Hensley
By VV. AA.
By Jacques Caplat
By Hal Herzog
“Everybody who's attracted to the ethics of our courting among people and animals may still learn this book.”
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Hal Herzog, a maverick scientist and chief within the box of anthrozoology deals a debatable, thought-provoking, and remarkable exploration of the psychology in the back of the inconsistent and infrequently paradoxical methods we predict, suppose, and behave in the direction of animals. A go among Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s challenge and invoice Bryson’s A stroll within the Woods, a few we like, a few We Hate, a few We devour, in the phrases of Irene M. Pepperberg, bestselling writer of Alex & Me, “deftly blends anecdote with medical examine to teach how nearly any ethical or moral place concerning our dating with animals can result in absurd consequences.”