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  • Monthly Meetings featuring expert speakers (10 per year)
  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
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  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
  • Our award-winning website which includes hundreds of articles, a cichlid classifieds allow you to find local fish for sale and special members-only sections
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Several DIY Projects available on GCCA.NET

11 years 6 months ago #24400 by Muske
Great tips...

I've got a fry/refugium tank I made from a critter cage that is plumbed from the sump(outlet side) and returns to the sump on the inlet side.  It is useful since a seperate heater is not needed and the fry can be siphoned from the main tank and right into the holding tank.  It makes for a good holding tank for the fry until they need an upgrade.  I will look for my pics. to see if they are worthy.

1300 gal. Water Garden
110 Tanganyikan with many, many dithers
24 JBJ Nano Soon to be for Yellow Comp. pair.

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13 years 6 months ago #2849 by nuth88
Rick~

Feel free to use my "Stone Coat" Background post, I added Pics.....Unless it is too similar to the "Painted Tank DIY"

www.gcca.net/gccaforum/index.php/topic,75.0.html

Chris

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"I guess that's the way the whole durned human comedy keeps perpetuatin' itself."

(The Stranger - 6/1998)

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13 years 6 months ago #2845 by forumadmin
Hi all,

If anyone would like to contribute a Do-It-Yourself guide for the GCCA site, let me know.

I'd be happy to post your work and give you credit. Just remember, it has to be step by (ish) and have pix.

Rick

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13 years 8 months ago #9 by forumadmin
GCCA has several illustrated HOW-TO GUIDES available:
  • Homemade Shrimp Mix
    Inexpensive Tank Covers
    Paint Your Tank
    Artificially Hatching Substrate-Spawning Eggs and Fry Raise fry from small fish
    Separate Large Fish with a Tank Divider

Go to http://www.gcca.net/howto/index.htm


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