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What are some encyclopedias that focus on tropical freshwater fish?

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The "International Encyclopedia of Tropical Freshwater Fish" and the "Complete Encyclopedia of the Freshwater Aquarium" are two encyclopedias that focus on tropical freshwater fish. "The Complete Aquarium: An Encyclopedia of Tropical Freshwater Fish" is another encyclopedia that focuses on tropical freshwater fish.

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The "International Encyclopedia of Tropical Freshwater Fish" was written by David Alderton and published in 1997. It includes information about more than 200 freshwater fish species, how to create a healthy environment for fish, and a directory of freshwater plants and their water requirements.

The "Complete Encyclopedia of the Freshwater Aquarium" was written by John Dawes and published in 2001. The book includes information on several fish species and how to sustain a freshwater aquarium at home. It has information about fish biology, fish conservation, fish health and diseases.

"The Complete Aquarium: An Encyclopedia of Tropical Freshwater Fish" was written by J. Van Ramshorst and published in 1995. It is a comprehensive handbook on aquariums and aquarium fish. It includes information on breeding and feeding tropical fish.

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