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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-02-2014, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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Books and the Baensch Atlases

Found one post with something on recommended books for marine aquariums; all the usual suspects - Delbeek and Sprung, Borneman, Fenner, Scott Michael. If you have something else to add, please do. (Both Fish and Corals)

Now a question about the Baensch Marine Atlases.
Is there a significant difference between the newer editions and the older ones? I hate buying paperbacks, but there doesn't seem to be new editions in hardback. Anyone had a chance to compare both? And of course, how do these rate among Atlas type of books.

Thank you for your time.
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Re: Books and the Baensch Atlases

I'm so glad you asked that Botiadancer! I've been wondering about the Baensch atlas' also. Hope someone on here will advise if they are worth the money (the hardbacks are not cheap!)

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