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May meeting of the CCA

Discussion in 'Next Meeting' started by Pat Kelly, Apr 15, 2012.

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    #1 Pat Kelly, Apr 15, 2012
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    May, 12th @ 2pm
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    "Welcome to My World of Cichlids" an informative talk on the breeding of cichlids.
    I have been involved in the aquarium hobby for well over 35 years, from being a hobbyist, importer, wholesaler and now a hobbyist again. I currently maintain 85 tanks, varying in size from 5-125 gallons. My tanks are filled with predominantly African Cichlids from the Lakes of Tanganyika, Malawi and Victoria as well as a few streams, ditches and wherever water can be found. I also am starting to have an extensive collection of plecostomus. Most of the fish in my room have spawned Over the past years, I have had 100's of species of fish spawn and am always trying new fish, new techniques and new ideas. I enjoy the challenge.
    I had the adventure and thrill of collecting fish in Uruguay a few years ago and still have those fish in my tanks.

    I am an active member of Rocky Mountain Cichlid Association (RMCA), Colorado Aquarium Society (CAS) and American Cichlid Association (ACA). I am a founding partner in Rocky Mountain Cichlids.
    I have spoken to a few clubs around the country and always have a great time. I'm looking forward to seeing all of you at my presentation.
     

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