For anyone who keep fish there are always new things to learn and problems to solve with your aquarium. Anything you want to know about your aquarium can be found in one book or another. For this reason books on the subject are a welcome resource for both novice and expert fish keepers.
For experienced hands at aquariums there are detailed encyclopedias with volumes of knowledge within. Even older additions will be of great use because very little of the information becomes out of date. Such books are highly prized and rarely seen for sale second hand.
For new people to the hobby many beginner and intermediate aquarium books have also been written. These are great for diagnosing a disease or picking out your next fish specimen. Most have excellent color photographs of both setup aquariums and interesting fish species.
Careful care should be taken of your books if they are not to become damaged. It is inevitable and unfortunate that aquarium books often get water on them from a fish room accident or wet hand. Although convenient they are often best kept in a bookshelf away from the fish tank.
If an aquarium book does become wet there are steps you can take to reduce the water damage. To prevent mold growing try and separate the pages with paper towel and place the book in a warm position. Try and keep the book open as possible to increase air flow. Glossy pages books will need extra attention because the paper coating can easily stick together if not dried out properly.
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