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  • Greetings from Albany, NY - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    4 Aquastudent Aquastudent NANFA Guest Albany NY Posted 09 April 2015 09 54 AM Welcome and I think you should look into some North American sunfish if your so interested in cichlids should be an easy transition for you That s exactly what I m thinking Sunfish have some great colors and from the roumors some feisty personalities I m considering some pumpkinseeds but also love the Dollar Sunfish and Redears why not texas cichlid rare native large Texas cichlids are brutes I was considering going with a wet pet when I originally set up the 135G but decided I d rather have quantity over size I would have gone with a Cichlasoma festae Those guys are gorgeous I wanted the possibility to breed and didn t have a backup tank available for breeding festae and I didn t want to partition my display tank Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 smbass smbass Board of Directors Posted 09 April 2015 12 38 PM Longears are my favorite when it comes to sunfish all sorts of local varieties much like some of the cichlids Brian J Zimmerman Crew Leader for the Fishes of Ohio Inventory and Distribution Project Gambier Ohio Kokosing River Drainage Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 shaft6977 shaft6977 NANFA Member Crawfordsville IN Posted 10 April 2015 08 59 AM Ditto on the longears Redear would be a little big for a 55 For my money you can t do much better than the Missouri strain of longear Attached Images Back to top Quote MultiQuote 7 Aquastudent Aquastudent NANFA Guest Albany NY Posted 10 April 2015 12 48 PM Ditto on the longears Redear would be a little big for a 55 For my money you can t do much better than the Missouri strain of longear Maybe with some convincing I ll sell my 55 and invest in a 75 That s something that d have to wait until May anyway I still think it s interesting that there are many color morphs of the same species here in the US I know it happens everywhere my biggest experience with it is in Lake Malawi mbuna but it s still strange to think Biology man Back to top Quote MultiQuote 8 shaft6977 shaft6977 NANFA Member Crawfordsville IN Posted 10 April 2015 01 59 PM I just wish I was as artistic as you and a lot of the other members here seem to be If you ever get on YouTube look up username Native Fish Keepers Mr Catfish I believe on the NANFA forum and take a look at his stream tank It s about the coolest thing I ve ever seen Back to top Quote MultiQuote 9 Aquastudent Aquastudent NANFA Guest Albany NY Posted 10 April 2015 03 17 PM I just wish I was as artistic as you and a lot of the other members here seem to be If you ever get on YouTube look up username Native Fish Keepers Mr Catfish I believe on

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  • Hi from Louisiana! - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    the last is going to be converted to fresh soon for a swamp biotope I love all animals I have rats a rabbit cats dogs a hamster and the tanks Nice to meet everyone Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 shaft6977 shaft6977 NANFA Member Crawfordsville IN Posted 06 April 2015 12 26 PM Welcome This is the most knowledgeable group of good fish people I ve ever been a part of If you haven t already check out nanfa org for even more info Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 Chasmodes Chasmodes NANFA Member Central Maryland Posted 08 April 2015 07 47 AM Welcome Maddie Do you have pics of your tanks and fish Tell us more Kevin Wilson Back to top Quote MultiQuote 4 Maddie Maddie NANFA Guest Baton Rouge Posted 08 April 2015 11 10 AM No pictures but the 56 will be converted into FW when I get home We re compounding down to three tanks a 5 in the kitchen and the 56 and 20 in the living room The 20 currently has guppies kuhli loaches pygmy gouramies and two checkerboard cichlids The 5 has a betta and three neons and the 56 is not occupied

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  • Change User Name - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    access full functionality Change User Name Started by Cu455 Mar 23 2015 12 52 PM Reply to this topic 1 reply to this topic 1 Cu455 Cu455 NANFA Guest Posted 23 March 2015 12 52 PM When signing up for this forum I wanted to use the name CU455 since I use it on every other forum When registering I used ymail instead of gmail so I never received my confirmation email Is there a way that I can get Cu455 Edited by Cu4455 23 March 2015 12 53 PM Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 Matt DeLaVega Matt DeLaVega Board of Directors Ohio Posted 23 March 2015 01 16 PM Should be done You may have to log back in with Cu455 Your password should remain the same The member formerly known as Skipjack Back to top Quote MultiQuote Back to Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA Reply to this topic HTML mode is enabled 1 user s are reading this topic 0 members 1 guests 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted posts Clear NANFA Youtube Channel NANFA Forum North American Native Fishes Association Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA Privacy Policy Forum Guidelines Change Theme IP

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  • New Non American Native Fish Enthusiast - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    you for the greetings Michael yes I ll post some reports of all of my activities related to natives fishes that will not be lot since I don t have a lot of free time now and I m definitively not made to fight the cold weather we have here yeah that s just around 0 C a night And Sean made a good guess I was referring to Abramis brama For the north american natives in the rivers I easily have access to I had fish some pumpkinseed I will come back to you to confirm the ID as soon as I got some pictures Micropterus salmoides and Ameiurus melas I haven t caught one for a while they are considered as a pest a people tend to eradicate them And steelhead trout which does reproduce in a few places In other rivers we can find some Ambloplites rupestris and Gambusia afinis There is probably other species I m not aware of and some non fish rivers inhabitants frogs turtle crayfish For the Wels Cat which is not a native the smallest I have caught so far was about 35cm about 14 does it count as a micro considering the adult size I think the younger ones are more nocturnal Yes night fishing is forbidden too but I still hope to catch a micro albinos one I stick to fresh water species because I just don t know any thing about salt water in France If the weather is good enough I ll try to go to the nearest pumpkinseed spot this week end hopping it won t be to cold for them I ll let you know See you Back to top Quote MultiQuote 7 Sean Phillips Sean Phillips NANFA Member Allegheny River Drainage Southwest PA Posted 02 March 2015 04 42 PM Oh I thought wels were native to France my mistake Does albinism appear to be more common in wels than other local species Cool that you have rock bass as well well not good that they re invasive but interesting to see how many North American species are over there Sean Phillips Pine Creek Watershed Allegheny River Drainage Back to top Quote MultiQuote 8 Josh Blaylock Josh Blaylock Board of Directors Central Kentucky Posted 02 March 2015 07 23 PM Welcome LeMain Even though we re all about NA Natives I m excited to see what kind of fish you catch in France Josh Blaylock Central KY NANFA on Facebook NANFA on YouTube NANFA on Google KYCREEKS KRWW KWA Within these natural boundaries is Kentucky Shaped like the mouldboard on a hillside turning plow Kentucky is neither southern northern eastern nor western It is the core of America If these United States could be called a body Kentucky can be called its heart Jesse Stuart 1952 Back to top Quote MultiQuote 9 Chasmodes Chasmodes NANFA Member Central Maryland Posted 04 March 2015 12 42 PM Welcome LaMain No night fishing in France That is a

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  • Hi! Getting started with native tanks - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    Shiner Orangethroat darter Johnny Darter and Banded Darter Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 Michael Wolfe Michael Wolfe Board of Directors North Georgia Oconee River Drainage Posted 23 January 2015 03 44 PM Welcome I am a huge proponent of hyper local native keeping so I think it is great that you are thinking about your local streams first I am sure there are going to be a lot of resources here for you Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing Benjamin Franklin Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 NotCousteau NotCousteau NANFA Guest Minnesota Posted 23 January 2015 04 18 PM Welcome and good luck Back to top Quote MultiQuote 4 Matt DeLaVega Matt DeLaVega Board of Directors Ohio Posted 23 January 2015 05 16 PM Hey great We have some great members in Illinois and two from near Chicago are very active So you should have a good chance of finding someone to hold the other end of the net Uland is a big photo guy and is always looking for someone to drag a net with him as long as you are willing to allow some photo tank time after the seining Good luck The member formerly known as Skipjack Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 mattknepley mattknepley NANFA Member Smack dab between the Savannah and the Saluda Posted 23 January 2015 07 23 PM Welcome We really do have some active members your way Can t wait to hear how your 110 pans out Matt Knepley No thanks a third of a gopher would merely arouse my appetite Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 Sean Phillips Sean Phillips NANFA Member Allegheny River Drainage Southwest PA Posted 23 January 2015 09 27 PM Welcome With a 110 you should be able to have a plethora

    Original URL path: http://forum.nanfa.org/index.php/topic/15201-hi-getting-started-with-native-tanks/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Hello! Not quite a newbie - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    m moving to Anyway I just wanted to say hey and introduce myself again Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 Matt DeLaVega Matt DeLaVega Board of Directors Ohio Posted 13 January 2015 05 20 PM Welcome All of our accounts vanished Luckily our content remains Good luck and keep us posted on you aquarium project Josh Porter is the California NANFA Rep Really nice guy if you have any questions I am certain he would be happy to help http forum nanfa o r 4584 ebparks The member formerly known as Skipjack Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 junebug junebug NANFA Guest San Diego Posted 13 January 2015 05 38 PM Oh no was there a bug in the server What a bummer I hadn t logged on for a while as plans for the native tank were put on hold due to yet another disease outbreak among my tropicals x x part of the reason I m not getting more swordtails and guppies for a long long time Back to top Quote MultiQuote 4 Matt DeLaVega Matt DeLaVega Board of Directors Ohio Posted 13 January 2015 05 52 PM We may have been hacked or it was a glitch we are not really 100 certain It was a scary few days but we have it under control now The member formerly known as Skipjack Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 junebug junebug NANFA Guest San Diego Posted 13 January 2015 07 50 PM Well I m glad all is back now Hopefully it s all taken care of Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 EBParks EBParks Regional Rep Posted 14 January 2015 01 24 PM Welcome back Junebug Feel free to PM me any interest in local participation in NANFAish activities or any questions you might have about procuring

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  • I moved! - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    that there are around twice as many species up here than down there and the few creeks I ve seen so far look very promising with gravelly riffle bottoms instead of sand and mud so I m sure I ll find plenty of great stuff Come on summer get here soon Bonus my new place has a basement with a concrete floor I can finally build a right proper fishroom YAY Those of you who wish to contact me via email will need to do so through my profile link to get the new address instead of using the old one Edited by Mysteryman 06 January 2015 07 31 PM Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 fundulus fundulus Global Moderator Posted 06 January 2015 10 30 PM Welcome to the Tennessee Valley If you haven t been to Estill Fork of the Paint Rock River in Jackson County you ll have to do so soon especially if you own waders The Flint River in Madison County has lots of interesting fish too You ll have to come out with my lab group on our monthly Flint trips Bruce Stallsmith Huntsville Alabama US of A Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3

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  • Hello from low biodiversity MA... - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    earthworms crayfish insects etc Until I train them to take frozen cocktail shrimp and stuff Edited by Riffledace 15 December 2014 07 26 PM Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 Riffledace Riffledace NANFA Guest Massachusetts Posted 16 December 2014 07 52 AM Is this in the wrong section Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 Michael Wolfe Michael Wolfe Board of Directors North Georgia Oconee River Drainage Posted 16 December 2014 08 26 AM Is this in the wrong section No not at all Welcome to the forum I think you may have seen a few others that keep sculpins and hopefully they will chime in here and give you an opinion on those guys I dont think your low diversity is really that bad I am sort of partial to the hyper local idea of native fish keeping Get out and sample your local streams and see who lives in your neighborhood Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing Benjamin Franklin Back to top Quote MultiQuote 4 mikez mikez NANFA Guest Posted 16 December 2014 08 43 AM wasup riffle First off you got the wrong attitude about Ma and New England True we don t have skads of neon colored fish and our milksnakes are ugly but the good news is the ice is usually safe for fishing from Dec to April Far be it for me to be the law an order guy but since no one else did lemme suggest you purchase a Ma fishing license wait for new year and read carefully the short list of approved bait species Letter of the law says not to transport live unless on the bait list For what it s worth to the rest of you who ever thought twice about revealing locations let me say it was with a real twinge of regret that I see my home pond mentioned by name I m normally extra secretive of my angling haunts but I gave this one away to Bumpy and others for the banded killifish Can t say I m thrilled to see it pop up here in a stranger s post Mike Zaborowski I don t know maybe it was the roses Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 Riffledace Riffledace NANFA Guest Massachusetts Posted 16 December 2014 03 51 PM I actually live really close to mirror lake and did not learn about it from here Yes I know about all the laws and code of ethics and all that I think tesselated darters common shiners and longnose dace are all pretty neat but I don t get many opportunities to collect in clean streams It s not the colorful fish I m jealous of but the interesting species like nocomis chubs and stonerollers fantail darters and logperch and things like that Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 Riffledace Riffledace NANFA Guest Massachusetts Posted 16 December 2014 03 54 PM Not to mention I think darters ain t on the bait list Back to

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