The Sheaf Valley Aquarist Society would like to announce a great club night where everyone is welcome to come to a night where we have a guest speaker and a mini auction.
Date: 14th March 2011
Starting time 7:00pm
650 Manchester Rd
Our speaker, Ste Chester, is a well-known keeper of tropical fish and has kindly donated some of his time in coming to the Sheaf Valley Aquarist society to give us a talk based on fish breeding.
Ste is well known in the Cichlid world and is Publicity Officer for the British Cichlid Association, and keeps a lot of different and varied specimens of fish which includes dwarf Cichlids and various other rare small fish such as pencil fish through to Betta’s.
We are sure this will be both informative and enjoyed by attendees of all levels of fishkeeping from the novice to the most experienced fish keeper.
All are welcome to this free evening in conjunction with this event, we are running a mini auction after the speaker so you might even pick up a few bonus fish and start your breeding programmes off.
Hi, my names Steven Chester, ive been keeping tropical fish for almost two decades and have been breeding fish for at least 10 years, over the last five years my hobby has become more and more serious and has seen my fishbreeding reach levels that i myself didnt expect.
At the last count i have spawned over 150 species of tropical fish from most of the families. I enjoy a challenge and enjoy working with both rare and challenging species.
I feel very honoured to speak to the SVAS about my fishbreeding and have put together a wonderful and informative talk on all steps to breeding tropical fish, there is information to satisfy everyone from beginners to experts and i am going to share many of my fishbreeding 'secrets' with the hobbiests that attend this talk. From selecting pairs to conditioning them for spawning, to setting your tank correctly and raising the resulting fry, this talk will be a one stop show on how you can breed and raise almost any tropical fish that swims in a aquarium”
Telephone: 07971 031---
County: South Yorkshire
Web Link: http://djay.org.uk/fish/index.php?topic= ...
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