Back in action! A few photos!

Back in action! A few photos!

It has been longer than I would like since I updated the website last. I do apologize! Between the stressors of Super Storm Sandy (luckily we were largely unaffected), the cold snap that followed, multiple fish related travels, and club meetings- I have been SWAMPED! Things have settled down, and I am ordering again. You may have noticed my stock list was a little slim. I am doing much to remedy this! First up, a new order from Peru. The first...

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CW006! Hopefully a new breeding project

CW006! Hopefully a new breeding project

I went to the Capital Cichlid Association meeting yesterday to see Anthony Tu present on Frontosa. Afterwards, I had the great pleasure to visit Michael Barber’s fish room. Due to travels, he was downsizing many of his tanks. I picked up a lot  of great fish and plants, but what I am most excited about is a beautiful group of nine CW006. As far as I know, they have not been bred yet. They are large and quite striking. I have placed them...

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Recap of the summer plus lots of new critters!

Recap of the summer plus lots of new critters!

This summer has been a busy one for me and the fish room! I was recently at the American Cichlid Association Convention where I had a wonderful time. I got to attend many amazing speakers (more on them later) and visit with old friends, and new, which I get to see infrequently. I strongly encourage everyone to become active and involved in local clubs and conventions as the camaraderie is second to none. I was home for a week and then away...

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Bucks County 1st Annual Workshop- a huge success!

Bucks County 1st Annual Workshop- a huge success!

This weekend I had the great pleasure to attend the first annual BCAS Workshop. It was held at a wonderful Nature Center in Bristol, PA. I arrived shortly after 11am with my two daughters. We registered at the desk and then dropped off my donations to the livestock table. I really liked how they set up the livestock sale. People were able to purchase desired livestock (which was pre-priced) in the order that they registered. This gave a lot of...

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