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All sponsors:

•Will be given membership in CCA for the duration that they are active sponsors. This will allow them to participate in members-only portions of the forum and club activities.

•Will be allowed their own subforum in the CCA Marketplace forum. This subforum will be intended for the advertising of their products, promotions, and special club offers.

•Are encouraged to participate on the CCA forum with posts intended to promote the sharing of knowledge and information within the hobby.

Direct promotion of the sponsor’s products should be limited to posts on their own subforum.

There are three types of sponsorship available

1. Tier I Sponsors

•Are expected to donate a minimum of $100 in cash, goods (at wholesale value), or services on an annual basis to the club or club-sponsored event.

2. Tier II Sponsors

•Are expected to donate a minimum of $150 in cash, goods (at wholesale value), or services on an annual basis to the club or club-sponsored event.

•Will have their banner displayed on the top of the CCA’s forum in rotation with other eligible sponsors.

3. Tier III Sponsors

•Are expected to donate a minimum of $250 in cash, goods (at wholesale value), or services on an annual basis to the club or club-sponsored event.

•Will have their banner displayed on the top of the CCA’s forum in rotation with other eligible sponsors.

•Non-local sponsors will be entitled to at least one club-sponsored group buy per year for full club members*.

•Will have their group buy advertised on the CCA home page with a link to their web site or CCA sub forum site.

*CCA Group buys are coordinated by the CCA Board of Directors or their designees. Tier III Sponsors are entitled to at least one annual group buy at the convenience of the club, but the club may also arrange other group buys with companies or individuals that are not club sponsors at the club’s discretion. Local sponsors are encouraged to participate at club meetings, including offering special orders or advance purchases for delivery to club events if they can be there in person. Arrangements between the local sponsor and individual club members is the responsibility of the sponsor in situations like these.

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Recent Threads

FS: Star Sapphire breeding colony

I can't upgrade and these guys are outgrowing their tank. 4 males and 2 females. The males are about 6" - 7", asking 100 ea and females are free if you're taking them all.

Location: Germantown, MD

Here's a recent video (it's a cheap LED light on this tank but watch in high quality to see their true colors):

Cleaning House, make me a reasonable offer

Prices are negatable, I would like to see these items get used by someone.

1- Iwaki (Japan) MD-55RLT pressure water pump rated 1080 GPH @ 4' head, 1" In/OUT MPT $100.00

1 - Little Giant 5MD-SC pressure water pump rated 990 GPH @3' head 1/2" OUT/ 1" IN MPT $75.00

1-- AP System 1 Professional Pressure Diatom Earth Filter, with directions and all parts in box. Hangs on tank, filters out parasites and cloudy/algae water. Easy to use and clean. Made for short term use. $20

FREE
1 -36" Coralife Florescent strip, uses 2 - T5 tubes, needs new tubes FREE

1 - 48 x 18 " All Glass brand Hood and Light, 2- 48" tubes included. Made for a 48' x 18" tank with center brace. Light stripe was used, but hood section new in box. $25

1- FishMate P21 Auto Pond Feeder $5

1- 5g bucket full of shale pieces brown/red and gray colors. $5

3 - Angel/Discus Spawning slates 10' by 2" $1 each

I am new, hello!

Hiya!
Exotic pet owner for over 20 years.
Guinea Pigs, Parrots, Fishies and now unexpectedly a Painted Turtle owner that was rescued from a person that had her living in what looked liked diarreah water of maybe two inces. Horrible!

Our first cichlids were a pair of those big colorful parrot fish. Sadly my hubbie got them from a store that injected die into them. That was 10 years ago and they are in fish heaven.

So, we put the little Zilla turtle in a 45 or so gallon tank. We thought buying a few guppies would keep her entertained and have a snack once in a while. At the same we got a pair of baby chiclids. The ones that are silvery clear w black stripes that would get almost all black or dissapear.

Joke was on us. Within a month we had a million guppies and one of the cichlids bit the head off the other. Meanwhile, it was like The Get Along Gang, Zilla did not want to eat her friends.

That was about a year ago. Now we have five adult male guppies and the Cichlid is now orange with stripes that rarely appear but will when it is in a mood of some sort.
Not sure if it is male or female. It is about 5.25 inçhes long and the painted turtle shell is the same size. When her head and arms and legs are out I would add another two inches.

I am a very Type A pet owner. I believe in taking all my exotics to a vet. The tank has a Marineland C series Magnaflow that used the same brand Chem filtration Activated Carbon bags. The water we use is from our own massive reverse osmosis tank and triple filter cansisters for drinking water. We check for
pH, nitrates, nitrites..etc In addition to being very aware of DC using chlorine to clean the water when not using the chloramine.

Soooo, I joined this group because I need guidance on the relationship between the cichlid and turtle.

Thanks!
Zilla's Mom

Large Albino Arowana

Hi, I need to rehome 2 Large Albino arowana. 13-14 inches with red eyes. Currently eating krill and hikari sticks. Please email me if interested, looking for $325/each or $590 for the pair. ong0neming@yahoo.com.

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Cicadas!!!

Anyone figure out a fish food recipe with these guys? Seems like everything are eating them.

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