Catfish Study Group 2020 - 41st Convention

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Catfish Study Group 2020 - 41st Convention

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Bookings are now open for the next CSG Convention in Wigan, UK. We have 10 speakers lined up!
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A booking form is available in the files section of the CSG Facebook site. Prices are unchanged from previous years and tickets are as cheap as £25 for a weekend pass. contact chairman@catfishstudygroup.org for more details. https://www.facebook.com/groups/csg.mem ... 320248503/
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Looking forward to it once again :d \:d/
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Itinerary has now been released :)
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Just one week remaining to get your early-bird booking in! Over 2/3rds of the hotel rooms have been booked so don't delay to secure your place at the 41st annual Catfish Study Group Convention.

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See you there, looking forward to it :-).

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Thanks to all the organisers, sponsors and speakers - another wonderful event.

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Great to catch up with everyone! Thanks Mark and the other organisers.

Hopefully we'll all still be around for next year.

I did my best to panic-buy a lot of catfish ;)

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Thanks Rupert! It was probably my most enjoyable Convention yet. Sad a few folk couldn't travel but everybody else seemed to have a great time. I panic bought some Hypancistrus L136, L500 and L450, plus a few Corys - coppenamensis and venezuelanus.

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Thanks everyone for a great convention, thought I'd post some pictures/video of some very large Chaetostoma which Pier had in, one I got a good look at, near the glass was ~10 inches TL some looked possibly larger.


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So neat. But too big for my tanks!
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Yeah, beautiful Chaetostoma!
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I nearly forgot about this little guy, certainly the luckiest Scleromystax in Pier, looks like it may have been panic buying tubiflex!
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MarcW wrote:
Thu Mar 19, 2020 4:42 pm
Thanks everyone for a great convention, thought I'd post some pictures/video of some very large Chaetostoma which Pier had in, one I got a good look at, near the glass was ~10 inches TL some looked possibly larger.

According to Nathan Lujan, that matches Chaetostoma brevilabiatum.

Cool!
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MarcW wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 10:23 am
I nearly forgot about this little guy, certainly the luckiest Scleromystax in Pier, looks like it may have been panic buying tubiflex!

Scleromystax in worms.jpg
Wonderful picture!

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