GET A RED SHIRT
TODAY AND JOIN THE
REVOLUTION
YATFS
WE ARE ALL ABOUT THE AQUARIUM HOBBY
YATFS is a non-profit hobby organization composed of
local aquarists and dealers. It was founded in the
spring of 1972 for the express purpose of promoting
the science of exotic freshwater and saltwater fish and
plants, assisting new hobbyists, encouraging the
breeding and displaying of all aquatic life, and
acquiring and dispensing aquatic knowledge and
literature.
All persons with an interest in the aquarium hobby are
welcomed and invited to attend two meetings before
making any decision on membership
Our meetings are held the 3rd Friday of each month (unless announced otherwise).
At the Mineral Ridge Presbyterian Church on Rt 46.
Doors open at 7:30pm & we start at 8:00         3654 Main St, Mineral Ridge, OH 44440
Enter through the side door.
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NEXT MEETING
FRIDAY MAY-20
THANK YOU ALL WHO ATTENDED
WE HAD A GREAT
AUCTION
SEE YOU ALL AT THE
NEXT
AUCTION ON OCT 23, 2016
YATFS MAY SPEAKER
Ted Judy is an addicted aquarist with over 30 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).  Ted’s club affiliations are the American Cichlid Association, the Madison
Area Aquatic Hobbyists and the Milwaukee Aquarium Society.  Ted is a former high
school science teacher who now dabbles as a fish importer, retailer and wholesale
distributer.  He is a prolific speaker, proficient writer, and wants to be a better
photographer.  See more of Ted’s hobby by visiting his video blog at www.tedsfishroom.
com.  
The Genus Pelvicachromis
This talk is an overview of the genus
Pelvicachromis.  All ten species of the
genus are discussed, as well as closely
related fish that are yet to be scientifically
described.  The slide show includes the
presenter’s photographs of over 20 different
Pelvicachromis species/geographic
variants, as well as video of the amazing
behaviors of these fish.  The captive
husbandry of the fish in this genus is
discussed in detail, as well as strategies for
spawning them and raising the offspring.