Hey all. I was just wondering if anyone has read this book A PocketExpert Guide to Marine Invertebrates by Ronald L. Shimek. I bought it a couple weeks ago and since this is my first book on corals i cant really compare with any other. But i like it. Its the "quick reference" kind of book. Every species starts with small intro (2 to 6 pages) then you have 1 page per specimen giving you of coarse the names (common & Latin), the size, the range, minimum tank size, lighting, Food & feeding, Reef compatibility and the captive care. I think it is very well written, gives you what you need to know about the coral or invert. And it seems to be accurate. In this book you will be able to find info about a whole bunch of critters like sponges, softies, Anemones, zo's, SPS, LPS, clams, worms, crabs, shrimps and all the rest. Theres a bunch more in there. its 400+ pages. For an inexpensive book (35$ CDN) i give it [smiley=2thumbsup.gif]. So if anyone has it or seen it let me know what you think. I want to know if im going out buying another book or this ones a keeper. Thanks Marc.