We carry most items needed to operate a “Fish Room”. Whether it be the Advanced Hobbyist/Breeder, The Commercial Fish Breeder or Importer, or a Retail Fish Store, we probably have many items you need to help you operate more efficiently and profitably in your endeavors.
We provide superior Amazon rainforest ecotours and courses in the Amazon. Our specialized Amazon ecotours
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Midland waterlife is the retail side of my good friend Richard Edge's aquatics business. Mermaid Fish Imports is the well established wholesale fish import side of the business, a business that has more than thirty five years experience behind it. Situated in the centre of the UK within two miles of the motorway network.
ALL CATFISH SPECIES INVENTORY
Mission: To facilitate the discovery, description & dissemination of knowledge of
all catfish species by a global consortium of taxonomists & systematists
Dr Martin I Taylor
My primary research interests are the evolutionary biology of fishes, and the development and utilisation of molecular markers in fisheries biology.
JJPhoto.dk is divided into 3 parts –
1) Photographic Library: Images from all over the world of people, animals, nature, and much more.
2) Fishing Adventures: Sportfishing around the world incl articles, photo reports, fish species, records and much more.
3) Aquarium Photo: Images of fish species with language data, water requirements, origins + plants and other stuff.
Brooklyn Aquarium Society is one of the premier aquarium societies in New York and caters equally for both freshwater and marine hobbyists.
The SouthWestern Michigan Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization whose objectives are the study, culture and exhibition of aquatic life; the encouragement of greater learning; the research of all forms of aquatic life; and the promotion and betterment of the aquarium hobby.
The OCA is an organization dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of information relating to all aspects of the biology of cichlids and related aquatic life. Our purpose is to promote the interest, keeping, study, breeding, and the educational exhibition of Cichlids. Additionally, the exchange of ideas, meeting new people, and distribution of information concerning Cichlids is of primary interest.
The club meets generally on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 8pm until 10pm (although members are often still chatting until 10.30 and beyond). The venue is the British Aerospace Worker's Association (BAWA) Club on Southmead Road in Filton, Bristol (UK). This building was chosen as it has several conference rooms with projection and video equipment, has a bar which we can use for refreshments throughout the evening and has ample off-road car parking.
Strood & District Aquarist Society was formed in 1970 and was originally known as "Elliotts Aquarist Society", it being based at the Elliotts Electronics Company in Rochester. After just a few years, it was decided to cease from being a "works" club and was moved to Strood and adopted its current name. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month starting at 8pm at the "Crispin and Crispianus", 8, London Road, Strood, Rochester, Kent. ME2 3HT.
This is the British Killiefish Association's web site and is soley dedicated to the keeping, breeding and exchange of Killiefish
This is the home page of the British Cichlid Association, a group that is dedicated to the keeping, breeding and furthering the knowedge and interest in Cichlids
The Scottish Federation of Aquatic Societies
The Scottish Federation of Aquatic Societies was formed in 1958 and to this day the main body still looks after the interests of its member clubs from all parts of the country. If you live in Scotland and do not have a club in your area, visit the Federation site for further information."
The Federation of Northern Aquarist Societies (FNAS) is an organisation that is made up of delegates from aquarist societies in the northern region of the UK.
Federation of British Aquatic Societies
Founded in 1938, the Federation of British Aquatic Societies (FBAS) is the largest fishkeeping-orientated organisation in the UK and provides services for Societies including Show support, audio-visual programmes and free advice to everyone. The FBAS encourages responsible fishkeeping, and recommends its Codes of Practice that cover all aspects of fishkeeping.
Union of Scottish Aquarists
The Union of Scottish Aquarists is a governing body to which fish keeping clubs and individuals can affiliate. Memberships from affiliated Clubs and individuals, income from fish auctions and other fund raisers as well as assistance from sponsors, helps the USA provide first class judges for member club shows.
CAOAC was born in the late fifties (incorporated in 1963) to allow the clubs to work together for their common good and the good of the hobby. Legislative issues, promotion of events, a judging system, national awards, assistance for new clubs, & liability insurance are just a few of the things on which clubs can work and benefit together. Recently, a Fish Rescue Program has begun. This has been developed with outside partners who also have an interest in our hobby and environmental issues.
Federation of American Aquarium Societies
The Federation of American Aquarium Societies (FAAS), formed in 1973, is a service organization of and for aquarium societies of North, Central and South America.
UKAPS was conceived by a group of enthusiasts brought together by a shared passion of planted aquariums. Our experience and specific interest levels span a broad spectrum but we all share a common passion for aquarium plants. From aquascaping and photography, to the more scientific aspects such as fertilisation technique. Our knowledge base is far a wide and of course, is increasing all the time with every new member.
All levels of hobbyist are welcome to join UKAPS, from the complete newbie to the guru. Through our own forum you can ask questions or share your experiences and knowledge, as appropriate. We are all here to help one another and make the hobby as enjoyable and rewarding as possible.
As there are now quite a few new catfishes appearing in our local fish stores, many from Asia; it is becoming increasingly difficult to accurately identify them, as some enter the hobby under many varied names depending on what they were labeled at the collection holding point, and thus causing confusion to the retailer and aquarist alike. Hopefully I can go some way to alleviate some of these anomalies. Although this small site was Launched in November 2006, I will be adding information monthly.
For those that have a good knowledge of the German language this is a very good forum dedicated to Corydoradinae catfish. (I must make the effort to learn. ian)
Welcome to Fishaholics! The site was originally developed as a place for friends that kept fish to hang out and share their knowledge, and has continued to grow and expand through the years. From african cichlids to zebra plecos, you can find information on most things fishie in these pages. We have no 12 step program, and no intention of searching for a cure for our addiction, so feel free to browse through the information in the articles section, talk to the members in the discussion board, or join in the live chat!
I Love Corydoras
The I love Corydoras web site has been a favorite place to visit for many Corydoras fans the world over.
The site of Israeli club "Israquarium" in Russian and Hebrew. For communication - forums on both languages. Among visitors there are many those who keep Loricariidae and Callichthyidae. You can find the free online magazine "My Tropical Fish
Planet Catfish is the worlds premier Catfish site and this yearcelebrates it's tenth anniversary. The development of the site over these ten years has been phenomenal making it the first place to visit for Catfish information. As well as the vast amount of available written and pictorial information, the site boasts one of if not the best Catfish forums available on the web with many of its members experts in their own rights
This is a site that is soley dedicated to the interest of what are loosley known as "Sucker Mouth" Catfishes. There is a whole range of topics to cover all aspects of their keeping and breeding. Another candidate for your favourites folder.
"Plecoworld is a US-based website dedicated to plecos, with emphasis on corys and other freshwater species. The site includes member-written articles, free international classifieds forums, personal photo albums with anti-leaching protection, and a live help chat."
Scotcat is another UK based Catfish dedicated website catering to the needs of the ever growing population of Catfish lovers. With an active forum this is another must for your favourites folder.
Tropical Fish Forums
Tropical Fish Forums is owned by Tim Beer former owner of the Corydoras World domain. My thanks go to Tim for his kind donation of the 'Corydorasworld' domain and I wish him every success with his new site.
Tim's new site covers an ever widening range of aquarion subjects covered in the forums and has a growing encyclopaedia of species. This is an area that I am sure will rapidly grow and no doubt keep Tim busy for many years to come.
This site is designed to be a resource of information on the husbandry and breeding of the Zebra Pleco, Hypancistrus Zebra. Through controlled programmes it will be possible for this site to ensure the successful captive breeding of the zebra pleco, L046.
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