Monthly Archives: March 2011

Fish From Home

Last week was spring break for me and I was able to come back home to Chicago. It’s always nice to be back home. One thing I like to do when I get back is take a look at the … Continue reading

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Speaking At The Buffalo Grove Artist League

I presented a talk to the Buffalo Grove Artist League tonight on Underwater and Wildlife Photography. Luckily I was in town, and I was asked to speak at this relatively newly formed club in Buffalo Grove, Illinois as the scheduled … Continue reading

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New Fish From Colombia: ‘Cichlasoma’ atromaculatum and ‘Cichlasoma’ cf. gephyrum

I recently obtained two very interesting species of cichlid from Colombia: ‘Cichlasoma’ atromaculatum and ‘Cichlasoma’ cf. gephyrum. These are two fairly large growing species that until recently were almost non-existent in the hobby. What makes these species extremely interesting is … Continue reading

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Tuba Update

The little Tuba are getting quite larger. I sadly lost two of them, but I still have 4 and they are doing great. They are now .75″ long and growing. These little speed demons cruise around their tank searching for … Continue reading

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