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CAS Meeting - Marine Invert Bowl Show - Friday, April 3rd @ 7:30pm

Discussion in 'Community Info' started by rmougey, Apr 3, 2015.

  1. rmougey

    rmougey Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    Greetings,

    The Colorado Aquarium Society will be meeting Friday, the address is below. One of the popular events at many freshwater clubs is a bowl show, where members bring in examples of their favorite critter to share and have judged. While this works well for many freshwater critters, it can be problematic if not impossible for many of our marine fish. However inverts do very well in these types of events. Stop by to see how bowl shows work, discover the interesting critters other hobbyists are keeping. Who knows, maybe this could catch on in a MASC or SCMAS meeting?

    If you'd like to enter the bowl show, details can be found on the CAS website, http://www.coloradoaquarium.org/.

    The CAS meeting announcement follows:

    Notice of meeting of the Colorado Aquarium Society, Friday, April 3, 2015 !

    Friday, April 3, 2015, @ 7:30 at the First Universalist Church of Denver, 4101 E Hampden Ave, Denver, CO, on the N.E corner of Hampden Ave. and Colorado Boulevard. If you enjoy the aquarium hobby, want to learn more about your fish and you want to have access to new species and new varieties, join us once a month for a very fishy experience.

    Non-members, visitors and guests are always welcome.
    · Our topic will be Florida Fish Farms. If you wonder where your fish come from, attend this meeting!
    · We will have a mini auction of fish, plants and other fish related items - mostly freshwater related.
    · Our Bowl Show categories for April will be: Invertebrates, Snails, Starfish, Anemones, Crabs, Shrimp and other crustaceans.

    Also, Sharks (Cypridind Family) and Loarches. Including Red-Tailed and Black Sharks and loaches from the Cobitis family including Kuhli, weather loaches and the Genus Botia. Singles or pairs may be shown in the bowl show.
     
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  2. Balz3352

    Balz3352 Marlin M.A.S.C Club Member

    Love my rainbow shark.... But he's a D still a beautiful fish
     

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