Buy BLEHER’S DISCUS, Volume 1 on ✓ FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Bleher’s Discus has 4 ratings and 3 reviews. Andrea said: Una pietra miliare nello studio del pesce d’acquario più affascinante che esista. Oltre ad una. by Joseph S. Nelson. bookbleher. I love books on fishes, human history, natural history, and exploration, and when a book combines all of.
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He has done an outstanding job documenting a much loved species.
Bleher’s Discus, Volume 1
We need explores vll.1 you, thank very much for what you gives all of us. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Or shall I just catch the next boat from Manaus? E marked it as to-read Jun 20, Could you confirm when will it be?
These last photos brought back many pleasant memories of my trips to the event. Throughout discjs chapter Bleher offers his comments and observations in regards to the previously published scientific works. I want to come to Amazon for the expedition. Simpley because it is the best Discus book ever written.
And not to mention the Diskus book bought at Interzoo 2 years ago. I wish I could of had the author sign it! It immediately came to mind when I saw b,eher map posted to check for accuracy. A Monograph — An unsurpassed and comprehensive study of the genus Symphysodon. Conservation of Freshwater Fishes.
Haley MacDougall marked it as to-read Dec 11, Bleher that I consider the book my discus bible. I will be able to manage most of my airfare as i wud get concessional tickets on interline.
This is an extremely important section, and not only to those who have an interest in discus nutrition. If they are about 10 cm big can you tell me their price and normally how long should i wait for them.
Hopefully, we will meet some time in the future and I will then request you to autograph the books. I will buy one to eat while reading vol. I have posted my inital thoughts of the book on a few of the aquarist websites I bldher.
Definitely let me know when the discue volume is ready and of course if you are setting a minimum sales price for that one so I can sell at or above that level.
Bleher’s Discus Vol. 1
But naturally I cannot write everything of the knowledge I have accummulated in nearly a half of a Discus-Century and what I wrote on pages here in a forum Siabal marked it as to-read Feb 04, Larry Waybright, USA, Wesleydunder, 24 MarchTexas City,Tx. Chris I appreciate that. Frank is a close friend of mine and the interview you gave meant the world to him.
In the intervening years the number of such discus devoted books has slowed to a trickle and for the most part nothing of any significant importance has been seen for quite a while. I adore your writing. Please let me know when you publish it. Would you please explain its base colour?
Before New Year i have received one of the most beautiful presents in my life. I personally am interested in the natural diets of catfishes and this section offered some tantalizing tidbits in this area. I was able to aquire a vil.1 from a local pet store for thirty dollars. This post is also available in: B jornik — 10 MayTrondheim, Norge.
This book is not yet featured on Beher. The basic diet for my wild Discus in order from the most to the least is now mainly earth worm sticks. The most significant benefit from me while reading it, is the discovery of how limited was my knowledge about these magnificent fishes, regardless of years of books readings and aquariums observation.
Ioannis Stellas — 30 Jul I ask you and you give me answer, this is a great experience and inspiration for me. I bleer think tarzoo is an available name, however.
Book Review – Bleher´s Discus Volume 1
Regards, Par Svensson, 22 SeptemberSweden. The majority of this mini-flood of books originated from one publisher and were written by a limited number of authors.
A very pleasant surprise I must say. This is a pretty simple diet yet it covers the basic essentials which wild Discus seem need to grow well and thrive.
I have no problem with the discus systematics, and your conclusions are compatible with the analysis and DNA results of Jonathan which eventually got in press in Journal of Fish Biology.