[Oct 19, 2013] 2nd Annual Breeding and Propagation Workshop (Hayward, CA)

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2nd Annual Breeding and Propagation Workshop
Start Date: Oct 19, 2013 11:00 AM
End Date: Oct 19, 2013 04:00 PM
Time Zone: America/Los_Angeles -07:00 PDT

Room 722, Chabot College, 26555 Hesperian Blvd
Chabot College
Hayward, CA 94545

Posted By: lattehiatus

Confirmed Attendees: 48
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  1. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    They have been eating spectrum micro pellets and crushed flakes. Date of hatch was first half of July.
    Grow them and love them!

    I'm pissed I could not stay...$h!t happens
  2. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    Another wonderful BAR event. Thanks to all the folks that worked to make this a great event.
    denzil likes this.
  3. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    BTW what types of clowns were they? ocellaris or percula?

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  4. CookieJar

    CookieJar Guest

    great event! Excellent speakers, I picked up a couple nice corals and some of Mike's high quality equipment to boot!
  5. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    I love that pic of all of them in the nem!
    Mine are ocellaris
  6. georgec

    georgec Guest

    Thanks all for a good event. Hoping to start coming out to more meetings. Now I need to set-up the tank I bought :)
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  7. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Slightly illusion, they're not all in the anemone, most of them are in the foreground by a good 6-8"
  8. Nano sapiens

    Nano sapiens Guest

    Very interesting presentations and overall a very nice event. Thanks to those who worked to make it happen.
  9. Apon

    Apon Volunteer

    Thanks Erin...I will try feeding small TDO pellets i got from Gresham. Maybe cyclopseeze. I feed them frozen mysis but they didn't eat yesterday. Maybe they were to stressed.
  10. Apon

    Apon Volunteer

    You went home with a dozen clownfish? This tank would be great a show for the tank tour.
  11. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    Feed the bits of everything!
  12. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    14 actually :D

    And uh no... the anemone tank is one of those swiss cheese tanks you gave me. A place to hold all the anemones... and that's about it.
  13. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    LoL, how'd that happen? Haha.
  14. kmaintl

    kmaintl Guest

    I'm glad I made the morning session with Todd, he was definitely passionate about his research. Lots of good pointers and history.
  15. Alright, now that we've had a chance to take a breather, the thanks are overdue! This workshop simply couldn't come together without all the people who put their blood, sweat, and tears into it.

    Firstly thanks go out to the presenters: Joe Yaiullo, Todd Gardner, Jim Welsh, Charlie Piper, Eric Armstrong, and Robin Bittner, for sharing their expertise and insights with us and enabling us to enhance our husbandry of the livestock in our care.

    Special thanks also go out to our fantastic sponsors: Diablo Corals, Aquatic Collection, and Neptune Aquatics for showcasing their own in-house propagation efforts and making these available to hobbyists. We would also like to thank Kessil and Reed Mariculture for being present at this event.

    There would be no event without our dedicated volunteers, whose heavy lifting carried the day:
    @Apon @DeeAnnMG @dswong @F6553066 @ FeliciaLynn @Kmooresf @Piper @rygh @tr1gger @xulio

    Shoutouts to @Coral reefer for planning and running the BAR frag tank, @bondolo for organizing and watching over the Gear Swap, @gimmito for working out the logistics with our out-of-town speakers, @mray2660 for taking on a host of administrative tasks, and @patchin for handling the lunch catering and making sure everything in the meeting rooms are in place.

    Please give these folks a pat on the back the next time you see them!
    DeeAnnMG, denzil and tr1gger like this.
  16. We would love to get some feedback on what you liked, what you didn't, and anything else that might have run across your mind during the event. Our goal is to make this event bigger and better year after year, and we want to know what you want to see!
  17. You've uncovered the open secret, Dan! Volunteering is the best way to meet and get to know a few folks. Thanks so much for helping out with the BAR tables and silent auction!
    tr1gger likes this.
  18. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    What a joker. Silly president didn't want to take any credit by thanking himself. So...great work David!

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