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Old June 24th 04, 07:03 PM
Philip Steinman
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Hi, Here's an opportunity for Cichlid fans to get some rarely offered
newsletters all about Cichlids..
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=4309810440
The Southern California Cichlid Association published their Cichlid
Circular in monthly installments. Here for auction are the Cichlid
Circular's from June of 1997 through September of 2000, when the
Cichlid Association was absorbed by California's Organization of
Aquatic Show Tropicals. Also included are the continuing newsletters
from California's Organization of Aquatic Show Tropicals from October
of 2000 through January of 2001. The typical newsletter may contain
The President's Message, Schedule of Upcoming Events, Upcoming fish
auctions and or their results, rules, procedures, and bagging rules,
(the upcoming) Speaker of the Evening, and Minutes from the Last
Meeting. Of the utmost interest are the many informative articles to
read such as:

Determining Your Filtration Requirements

Breeding Mbuna, and Other Mouth Brooders

Fish Works: Skin, Scales and Colors by Charlotte Marelius

Cyrtocara moorii: The blue suede fish with fins of smoke and dolphin
lips

Neolamprologus brichardi: a delicate lyre-tailed beauty with spangled
cheeks and the teeth of a wolf

Vacationing from your Fish, From Disaster to Success

The Sinking of "The Feather Rock" a Saga of a Rock that Would Not
Sink"

Good Maternal Instinct, or a Case of Mistaken Identity; Breeding
Feather Fins

Plants for Tanks

Fish Works- Skin, Scales and Colors; Substrate Heating helps grow
Plants

Let's Talk about Plants- Ricca, Crystalwort; Rules for the
Pronunciation of Scientific Names

Cichlids- All Dwarves at One Time; Labidochromis SP. Perlmutt- Mother
of Pearl

Lamprologus sexfasciatus gold; Preparation of Beefheart for your Fish

Success with Tropheus; Our Method of Keeping Tropheus by a pair of
Tropeusaholics

Tank Building; Tropheus Keeping Part II

Micro Worms; Tropheus Keeping Part III

Mbuna Kings of the Fish Tank

Choosing Your African Cichlid; Breeding Feather Fins

Color in the Cichlids Tank

Uara- Obtaining, Maintaining, and Breeding

Aquatic Depot Tour Re-cap; Chloramines

Oscars "Wild"; Enjoying and Breeding Synodontis Multipuntatus

How to Make an Orange Leleupi

Q&A on Tanganikan Shelldwellers

Altolamprologus: What a Wonderful Variety

A Delicate Lyre-tailed Beauty- The Fairy Cichlid or Princess of
Burundi Cichlid

Do it Yourself Chiller

Genetic Changes in Mbuna

Hemichromis bimaculatus, Notes on Breeding and Keeping The Jewel
Cichlid

Tilapia buttikoferi

Apistogramma Borrelli

Oxygen Requirements for Loaches

Fish Behavior: Territoriality and Population Density

Experiences with Apistogramma Species

The Tropheus Genus: A beginners Experience

Who Pioneered Malawi Cichlid Taxonomy

Steatocranus irvinei (Trewavas) The Blue Lipped Blockhead

Aquarium Husbandry of the Christmas Fulu, Hapiochromis (Xystichromis
phytophagus)

Showing Cichlids, There has to be a Better Way

Butterflies and Peacocks from Lake Malawi, Parts 1, 2, and 3

Constipation- Black Angels, Discus, Salt Water French Angels

African Dwarf Cichlids, the Lake Tanganyika species, Parts 1 and 2

The genus Tropheus by Ad Konings

Beginner's Mind

A Colorful Jewel from Southern Mexico, "Cichlasoma" salvini

To Salt or Not to Salt, Saline Salience for the Non-Chemist

Raising Cichlids- Saving & Raising Fry

With all these interesting articles written by knowledgeable and
articulate Cichlid fanatics the winner of this auction will gain some
fun bedside reading. Good luck, starting bid only $5.
Philip
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Old June 24th 04, 07:28 PM
RedForeman
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Default Cichlid Circular Newsletters

aren't all these articles, available somewhere on the net? In other words,
why spend money, when any question that is asked, can be answered, right
here, or by someone in this(these) groups?

Tanks, but no tanks... :-)

--
| RedForeman fabricator and creator of the ratbike streetfighter!!!
| ==========================
| 2003 TRX450ES
| 1992 TRX-350 XX (For Sale)
| '98 Tacoma Ext Cab 4X4 Lifted....
| ==========================
| `,,`,,`,,`,, `,,`
|| ((((`..`..`.. (((( `. , .`.. ((((

is that better??
"Philip Steinman" wrote in message
...
Hi, Here's an opportunity for Cichlid fans to get some rarely offered
newsletters all about Cichlids..
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=4309810440
The Southern California Cichlid Association published their Cichlid
Circular in monthly installments. Here for auction are the Cichlid
Circular's from June of 1997 through September of 2000, when the
Cichlid Association was absorbed by California's Organization of
Aquatic Show Tropicals. Also included are the continuing newsletters
from California's Organization of Aquatic Show Tropicals from October
of 2000 through January of 2001. The typical newsletter may contain
The President's Message, Schedule of Upcoming Events, Upcoming fish
auctions and or their results, rules, procedures, and bagging rules,
(the upcoming) Speaker of the Evening, and Minutes from the Last
Meeting. Of the utmost interest are the many informative articles to
read such as:

Determining Your Filtration Requirements

Breeding Mbuna, and Other Mouth Brooders

Fish Works: Skin, Scales and Colors by Charlotte Marelius

Cyrtocara moorii: The blue suede fish with fins of smoke and dolphin
lips

Neolamprologus brichardi: a delicate lyre-tailed beauty with spangled
cheeks and the teeth of a wolf

Vacationing from your Fish, From Disaster to Success

The Sinking of "The Feather Rock" a Saga of a Rock that Would Not
Sink"

Good Maternal Instinct, or a Case of Mistaken Identity; Breeding
Feather Fins

Plants for Tanks

Fish Works- Skin, Scales and Colors; Substrate Heating helps grow
Plants

Let's Talk about Plants- Ricca, Crystalwort; Rules for the
Pronunciation of Scientific Names

Cichlids- All Dwarves at One Time; Labidochromis SP. Perlmutt- Mother
of Pearl

Lamprologus sexfasciatus gold; Preparation of Beefheart for your Fish

Success with Tropheus; Our Method of Keeping Tropheus by a pair of
Tropeusaholics

Tank Building; Tropheus Keeping Part II

Micro Worms; Tropheus Keeping Part III

Mbuna Kings of the Fish Tank

Choosing Your African Cichlid; Breeding Feather Fins

Color in the Cichlids Tank

Uara- Obtaining, Maintaining, and Breeding

Aquatic Depot Tour Re-cap; Chloramines

Oscars "Wild"; Enjoying and Breeding Synodontis Multipuntatus

How to Make an Orange Leleupi

Q&A on Tanganikan Shelldwellers

Altolamprologus: What a Wonderful Variety

A Delicate Lyre-tailed Beauty- The Fairy Cichlid or Princess of
Burundi Cichlid

Do it Yourself Chiller

Genetic Changes in Mbuna

Hemichromis bimaculatus, Notes on Breeding and Keeping The Jewel
Cichlid

Tilapia buttikoferi

Apistogramma Borrelli

Oxygen Requirements for Loaches

Fish Behavior: Territoriality and Population Density

Experiences with Apistogramma Species

The Tropheus Genus: A beginners Experience

Who Pioneered Malawi Cichlid Taxonomy

Steatocranus irvinei (Trewavas) The Blue Lipped Blockhead

Aquarium Husbandry of the Christmas Fulu, Hapiochromis (Xystichromis
phytophagus)

Showing Cichlids, There has to be a Better Way

Butterflies and Peacocks from Lake Malawi, Parts 1, 2, and 3

Constipation- Black Angels, Discus, Salt Water French Angels

African Dwarf Cichlids, the Lake Tanganyika species, Parts 1 and 2

The genus Tropheus by Ad Konings

Beginner's Mind

A Colorful Jewel from Southern Mexico, "Cichlasoma" salvini

To Salt or Not to Salt, Saline Salience for the Non-Chemist

Raising Cichlids- Saving & Raising Fry

With all these interesting articles written by knowledgeable and
articulate Cichlid fanatics the winner of this auction will gain some
fun bedside reading. Good luck, starting bid only $5.
Philip



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Old June 24th 04, 08:02 PM
Philip Steinman
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Default Cichlid Circular Newsletters


aren't all these articles, available somewhere on the net? In other words,
why spend money, when any question that is asked, can be answered, right
here, or by someone in this(these) groups?


Or why buy books, or magazines, or anything printed when you can surf
the net? It's another medium. They may not be of interest to you,
but many people like to get away from their computer and have some
bedside reading or elsewhere. Also, these newsletters are not
printed on the net that I know of, and they contain an interesting
history and collection of the local Cichlid club.
I respect that you may not be interested in them, but I suppose
someone else will be. I enjoyed them for many years, and now
would like to pass them on to someone else, rather them recycle
them with the garbage.
Cheers,
Philip
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Old June 25th 04, 05:33 PM
NetMax
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Default Cichlid Circular Newsletters

"RedForeman " wrote in message
...
aren't all these articles, available somewhere on the net? In other

words,
why spend money, when any question that is asked, can be answered,

right
here, or by someone in this(these) groups?

Tanks, but no tanks... :-)

--
| RedForeman fabricator and creator of the ratbike streetfighter!!!


LOL, you're getting too cynical in your old age Red ;~) Books are good,
especially for topics which don't evolve at a fast pace. A filtration
article written in the 70s might be close to useless, but if the topic is
how to induce a species of fish to breed, then chances are good that it's
as valid today as it was then. In my experience, these dusty old volumes
often have gems of information which have been forgotten, or were just
not migrated up into electronic media.

When it comes to specific topics, the Internet has a lot of the sameness
copied back & forth, and while it's more current, the depth of experience
tends to be shallower (the last 10-20 years). I can often glean a lot
more information details from my collection of reference books. In the
future, I'm sure the internet will be a more reliable single source of
information, but until then, it 'skins' most topics, and much of the
'meat' remains on paper.
jmho
--
www.NetMax.tk


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Old June 28th 04, 04:45 PM
RedForeman
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Default Cichlid Circular Newsletters

|| LOL, you're getting too cynical in your old age Red ;~)

Probably... the ol' lady laughed when I told her what you said... "he must
know you quite well... " was her answer....

--
| RedForeman fabricator and creator of the ratbike streetfighter!!!
| ==========================
| 2003 TRX450ES
| 1992 TRX-350 XX (For Sale)
| '98 Tacoma Ext Cab 4X4 Lifted....
| ==========================
| `,,`,,`,,`,, `,,`
|| ((((`..`..`.. (((( `. , .`.. ((((

is that better??


 




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