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Aquarium Gazette Issue 18

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    David Marshall
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    What better way could there be to beat those ‘winter blues’ than with Issue 18 of The Aquarium Gazette.

    Close to 90 pages packed with beautifully written and illustrated feature articles plus all the latest news and reviews of the aquatic scene through ‘Community Zone’.

    Feature articles:

    MORE NEWS FROM ‘LIVING SEAS’
    By Nicky Hoar on behalf of Dorset WT
    (See how the DWT are using new satellite technology to map the sea floor. Amazing still photographs.)

    THE FORGOTTEN CHARACINS OF AFRICA
    By David Marshall
    (Often overlooked for their South American cousins the characins found in Africa are every bit as diverse. This beautifully illustrated article covers the cute, the ugly and the extremely nasty African characins available in the hobby.)

    TIGERFISH IN SOUTH AFRICA
    By Korrie Broos
    (You will never have the chance to read such a wonderful natural history article on Tigerfish as this one is. Superbly illustrated it covers all of the major Tigerfish populations in Southern Africa. To add to the interest covers such topics as the annual Clarias run.)

    AN ENGLISH POND IN MADRID?
    By Dr. David Ford
    (Dr. Ford continues his series on ponds with a very different article.)

    THE BRACKISH AQUARIUM
    By David Marshall
    (Here we have what we believe to be the most comprehensive guide to starting a brackish aquarium ever published in an aquarium magazine. Superbly illustrated it covers both the setting-up of and fish to consider for such an aquarium.)

    BEGINNERS GUIDE TO MOLLIES
    By Dr. David Ford
    (The most iconic brackish water livebearing fish is covered in great detail.)

    THE AQUATIC ATTRACTIONS OF GT. YARMOUTH
    By David Marshall
    (Within a few minutes walk of each other are three excellent tourist attractions that give great insight into the aquatic world.)

    ANCISTRUS CLARO
    By David Marshall
    (How to care for one of the most beautiful loricarins in the aquarium hobby.)

    AQUATIC ATTRACTIONS AT BRISTOL ZOO
    By David Marshall
    (The grounds of Bristol Zoo are a paradise for fishkeepers. This superbly illustrated article will help the reader to plan a future visit well in advance.)

    AQUA 2010
    By Dr. David Ford
    (A beautifully illustrated report on the U.K.’s newest aquatic trade show.)

    FROZEN FOODS
    By Majid Ali
    (This lovely article explains how to use frozen foods for fish in a responsible manner.)

    IS NESSIE A GIANT EEL?
    By Jonathan Downes
    (Could Giant eels be responsible for many of the Lake Monster sightings that are reported throughout the World each year? The Author puts forward his views in this amazing piece of work.)

    Further details are available from our official website at:
    http://www.theaquariumgazettte.co.uk

    Disc form available in both Word 2000 and PDF formats. PDF format will transfer to e-books.

    U.K.
    Payment by cheque (made payable to The Aquarium Gazette) £3.70, inclusive of post and packing,
    Payment by Paypal £3.95, inclusive of post and packing.

    Overseas EEC postal area
    Payment by Paypal £4.70, inclusive of postage and packing.

    Overseas outside of EEC
    Payment by Paypal £5.30, inclusive of postage and packing.

    Direct posting to your e-mail inbox, PDF version only.

    Paypal or cheque – £3

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    Postal address:-
    The Aquarium Gazette
    16 Potter Hill
    Pickering
    North Yorkshire
    England
    YO18 8AA

    Regards David

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