Giant Clams in the Sea and the Aquarium
James Fatherree has brought together the most up-to-date information on the biology and care of tridacnid clams for the hobbyist available. Using his distinctive, conversational and light-hearted writing style, James has written a book for every hobbyist, be they absolute beginners or seasoned veterans.
Giant Clams in the Sea and the Aquarium provides comprehensive coverage of the biology and aquarium care of the unique and intriguing tridacnid clams, commonly called giants by aquarists and divers around the world. The book is an 8" x 9" hardback, printed on high-quality gloss paper, and includes over 300 color photographs and illustrations.
Plankton Culture Manual
By Frank Hoff & T. Snell. Published by Florida Aqua Farms. This expanded version includes identification of microalgae used in aquaculture manual. Manual now includes use of microscope, slide preparation, measuring cells, stains, key to genera, description of cells variations, contaminants in cultures and photos. Provides updated step by step instructions for culturing phytoplankton (microalgae) and zooplankton including rotifers, adult brine shrimp, ciliates, copepods, daphnia, Oyster and clams veligers, amphipods, mysid shrimp and microworms.
Easy to read but very informative with technical data and illustrations to support instructions in a clear understandable format. Sections include trouble shooting and reasons for failure. Includes simple culture methods and more intensive, large scale methods and designs. Extensive references, 8.5" x 11" format, 160 pages, 47 illustrations, 21 tables.