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Posted August 19, 2001
This atlas is excellent as a supplemental book in your aquatic library, but it shouldn't be your main reference. Dr. Axelrod does a great job of packing a lot of species between the covers, but the symbolic representations of care parameters for each species covered oversimplifies things too much (and aren't always entirely accurate), leaving out a lot of important (not-so-)subtleties in properly caring for them. Better to use the Baensch Aquarium Atlas as your main volume and refer to this book when needed. On the positive side, there is a very helpful and extensive section devoted to tank setup and maintenance and aquatic diseases and treatments towards the back of the book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.