BAR 2018 Annual Regional Frag Swap

Discussion in 'Events & Announcements' started by Wlachnit, Aug 30, 2018.

By Wlachnit on Aug 30, 2018 at 6:05 PM
  1. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit BOD

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    We're excited to announce BAR's biggest event of the year, the annual Regional Frag Swap. – OCTOBER 20, 2018

    This frag swap is open to everyone, in fact we will be encouraging people from throughout California to come swap frags.
    Details
    • Room Number: Room 722
    • Chabot College in Hayward, CA
    • Park in lot G (Which is the closest to Building 700)
    • Remember to bring $2 in change for parking
    Schedule
    • 10:30am Shopping Starts / Vendors Ready
    • 11:00am - 12:00pm Register for the Frag Swap (Get your picking Letter)
    • 12:30pm Start Frag Swap
    Requirements
    • Bring at least 3 different coral frags in their own clear plastic containers with lids.
    • Must be labeled with your username AND coral name AND lights used. You cannot swap if it doesn’t have this information.
    • We will be checking for unlabeled, mislabeled, sick, or dead coral.
    Cost
    • Pre-registration is $20
    • Registration is $30 at the door.
    • Send money to the club's paypal account at paypal@bareefers.org.
    • FREE for Spectators
    • The following corals cannot be used in frag swapping.
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    [​IMG]Food / Drinks
    • Food and drinks will be sold at the event
    Bonus Rounds
    • The bonus rounds are optional and consist of the first picking round of the swap.
    • Once you're done with the bonus round, you continue the regular swap.
    • If you want to do the bonus rounds, you need to bring at least 3 bonus corals or 1 ultra coral from the bonus round list to receive 1 Bonus Round Ticket.
    • You can receive as many Bonus Round Tickets as you want. (Example: Bringing 9 bonus round frags gives you 3 bonus round tickets)
      • The Bonus Coral list can be found HERE.
      • Bonus Corals strains can be repeated only ONCE.
        • Example: 1) Oompa Loompa Zoa, 2) Oompa Loompa Zoa, 3) Gold Hammer = OKAY
      • Ultra Corals strains can be repeated only ONCE.
      • 3 Bonus Corals = 1 Bonus Round Ticket or 1 Ultra Coral = 1 Bonus Round Ticket
    • READ THIS THREAD on bonus rounds before asking questions about it here.
    FRAG SWAP VENDORS ANNOUNCED
    • Coralicious Corals
    • Legendary Corals
    • Clearwater Aquarium
    Raffle Prizes
    • Neptune
    • Kessil
    • Reef Nutrition
    • Fritz
    • Clearwater
    • Coral Magazine
    • BRS
    • Bay Bridge

    If you want to donate something for the raffle, visit this thread HERE

    We also need a few volunteers as well. If you would like to volunteer, visit this thread HERE
     
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Discussion in 'Events & Announcements' started by Wlachnit, Aug 30, 2018.

    1. Ibn
      Ibn
      Yep, I usually keep the containers for a fair while to verify. Here's the container that they were in.

      The frags weren't mixed up. The cluster was all stuck together. The reason why frag plug looks strange is because it's not the original plug that the frag came on. Part of the routine that I use for frags is as follows: Bayer dip, removal of frag from source disk/plug, remount on new plug/disk. Individual beakers are also used for each frag so that there's no mix up or cross contamination.
    2. Ibn
      Ibn
      Odd that the pic didn't show up...time out error.

      Here's the pic that should have accompanied the previous reply.
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    3. ashburn2k
      ashburn2k
      the label reads black people eater, not black hornet.
    4. enaldy
      enaldy
      Yeah.. as I told you, it's a black people eater.. never said black Hornets [emoji39][emoji16]

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    5. Mozby's Reef
      Mozby's Reef
      Sounds like a racist coral.... lol jk [emoji23]


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    6. enaldy
      enaldy
      Lol.. my wife said the same thing!!! [emoji23][emoji23]

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    7. Ibn
      Ibn
      Yes, my apologies for stating that they were black hornets, when they should have been black people eater. Mistyped in my original post.

      The point is still there. People eaters are very easy to ID, they have the fluorescent green mouth set against whatever background they are on. Take for instance, RPE and PPEs.

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    8. Mozby's Reef
      Mozby's Reef
      I'm not sure if the callout is necessary since many people mislabel their coral and its most likely unintentional. I've only been to the coral swaps twice and both times received mislabeled frags. Perhaps a pm or a friendlier tone would've been better. That being said... I can see that its likely not a black PE based on the mouth.

      And FYI, @ashburn2k THIS is what a Purple PE looks like. LOL

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    9. enaldy
      enaldy
      Lol
      It's ok thou.. I dont mind, I know its frustrating to get the wrong coral.

      But I am beginner on "coral taxonomy " lol... I got the name from the forum.

      Sorry again [emoji17]



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    11. Mozby's Reef
      Mozby's Reef
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    12. Ibn
      Ibn
      Nope, this wasn't exactly a call out. You'll be surprised if you go back in time and see some of the call outs from some of the old school members.

      This was more along the lines of heads up.
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    13. enaldy
      enaldy
      Lol... true thou [emoji17]

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    14. sfsuphysics
      sfsuphysics
      I remember Eric picking that coral, we were both like "I've never heard of a black people eater" but I wasn't as tempted as him to pick it up :D

      The bigger concern for me are the two aiptasia I see nestled inside the colony (and no this isn't a call out either, just an observation since I don't know if they came from the giver or the tank the coral was in).
    15. Kremis
      Kremis
      I picked up an unnamed zoa and a zoa that was labeled "zoa" with no other info on it lol

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