**FREE Presentation - Raising Fry from Egg to Adolescence** - Presented by GSAS
The Greater Seattle Aquarium Society (GSAS) is pleased to sponsor a free presentation about Raising Fry from Egg to Adolescence by renowned tropical fish explorer and breeder Ted Judy. Ted advises: "Getting the fish to spawn is only the tip of the iceberg for a fish breeder. This talk presents problems associated with raising fry and provides strategies to overcome them. The information is applicable to any type of freshwater fish, and covers feeding, housing, maintenance and other challenging fry-raising situations." If you have always wanted to know more about breeding fish and successfully raising fry to you will not want to miss this talk!
Ted Judy, a former high school science teacher and now full-time stay-at-home dad with a fish room, is an addicted aquarist with over 25 years of fish keeping and breeding experience. He is a generalist who enjoys all types of fish from anabantids to tetras, but always finds plenty of room in his fish room for fish from West Africa (especially the dwarf cichlids). He is a prolific speaker, proficient writer and wants to be a better photographer.
The presentation will be Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 at 7:30PM at Seattle Pacific University; Otto Miller Hall; Room 109; West Nickerson Street and 3rd Avenue West
Doors will open about 6:30 PM for a 'social hour'; the meeting will start at about 7:30PM
The lecture will be followed by a short auction
Open to the public, no entrance fee
Family friendly but no childcare provided
Free parking, accessible building
No furry or feathered pets
Go to GSAS.ORG http://www.gsas.org/
for more information and directions
Key words: Tropical Fish Tank Fishtank Tanks Aquarium Aquariums CO2 Aquatic Plants Cichlids