Number of posts : 12
Location : Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Thank You Points : 2
Registration date : 2012-10-16
|Subject: Hello from Burlington Canada Tue Oct 16, 2012 10:54 pm|| |
Hello I stumbled on this forum some time ago and book marked it. Today I got around to registering. I am a 73 year old active hobbyist and have kept tropical fish for 60 years now. I am one of the top fish breeders in Ontario and known by most top hobbyists in Canada and many in the U.S.A. I have been not only breeding but develope strains of my own to add strength and colour or finnage to suit my wants. I breed tetras, barbs, corydoras and other small catfish, dwarf cichlids loads of bushynose as well as other ancistrus and a few L numbers. Almost any fish that is colourful or unique may catch my interest. My other hobbys are hunting and fishing as well as gardening and maintaining 5 ponds with fish and aquatic plants in my yard. I hope that I can pass on some of the knowledge that I have collected over the years.
Number of posts : 3128
Age : 30
Location : Adelaide, South Australia
Job/hobbies : Aquatic ecologist/genetisist
Humor : yes please :)
Thank You Points : 198
Registration date : 2010-05-08
|Subject: Re: Hello from Burlington Canada Wed Oct 17, 2012 12:24 am|| |
Great to have someone with that skill set here!!
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