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|05-21-2012 11:34 AM|
Great meeting! Enjoyed getting together with your club again!
Snagged some fish I'd been hankering for, sold some fish and plants, and then spent all the proceeds at That Fish Place!
|05-21-2012 12:52 AM|
|Green Thumb Aquatics||super great meeting, came home with 10 great species....|
|05-16-2012 02:58 PM|
Originally Posted by Green Thumb Aquatics View Post
|05-16-2012 01:36 PM|
I just answered your post in the Maryland sub-forum, and forwarded that post to the GWAPA forum.
I hope it's OK that I posted here on behalf of both clubs. I wanted as many people to know about it as possible. This should be a fun event. I really enjoyed the last joint meeting.
See you Saturday!
|05-16-2012 03:26 AM|
|Green Thumb Aquatics||
I am the HAP for the ACLC, and I would guess the main plant guy. I have tried to post on the GWAPA forum a couple times and not had any luck with being able to do so. I am registered on the same name there.
If anyone from the club would like to I would love to trade for or buy some of the following if availble, hygro pinnatifida, and the super red ludwigia that has been going around, and any nice emersed growth plants, preferably a plant pack with a decent amount of stem species
I have a little Elantine Traidra from a nice clean tank, also some emersed growth Elantine, a nice stock pile of Manzy pieces, a little Staro Repens and some nice breeding groups of aulonocara, sunshine, and ngara, also an OB morph that happened in one of my tanks from non OB parents
and tons of dwarf hydrocotyle.... most of my plants are in the process of switching over to emersed right now so I dont have anything else
|05-14-2012 01:09 PM|
ACLC/GWAPA Joint Meeting at That Fish Place
Aquarium Club of Lancaster County and the Greater Washington Aquatic Plant Association will hold a joint meeting this Saturday, May 19 at 1:00pm, at That Fish Place in Lancaster, PA. Aaron Talbot will speak on the topic of "Fertilization in the Planted Aquarium," covering both beginner and advanced methods. The meeting will conclude with an auction, and with two clubs participating, there should be quite the variety of plants, fish, and other items available. If that's not enough to tempt you, there are the offerings at That Fish Place! Our last joint meeting was a great success, and this one should be even better.
For more information about our clubs and the meeting, visit the ACLC and GWAPA websites: