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#1 Stormfyre

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Posted 29 September 2016 - 09:52 PM

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The next meeting of the Perth Cichlid Society will be an Auction night on Tuesday, November 1st.
 
We are now taking bookings for lots. Please PM your lots to Mattia ASAP on PCS Forum.

Please note - The first 2 weeks of lots is "cichlid lots" only. This is to ensure the people selling cichlids get a chance to get lots in and the auction has plenty of cichlids to offer.
 
The auction will be held at our new venue Atwell College, 201 Brenchley Drive, Atwell 6164. We will be opening doors early to get lots booked in. There will be a brief viewing time before the auction. Please park your cars in the car park marked, do not enter the school gates.

 

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  •  
  • We will have another Fish of the Month. This month's FoTM is TBA.  We will have a bag of fish to discuss and auction off, with proceeds to Stuart grant Fund for Cichlid Preservation. Learn about the fish and then take some home.

 

  • There will be an update on the clubs progress with Stuart Grant Fund for Cichlid Preservation. There will be a new book for auction - Malawi Cihlids 5th Edition - signed by Ad Konings. Your donations and involvement is helping this great cause preserve the fish in our hobby and the wonderful rift lakes.

 

  • October 2016 Photo Comp winners will be announced and prizes handed out for our lucky winners from our PCS sponsors - Aqua-Pics & Pet Magic

 

  • Grab some raffle tickets for our Sponsor prize table full of awesome aquarium hobby items. There will be a major prize to win!! Don't forget 20% of raffle goes towards the Cichlid Preservation Fund.

 

  • In the PCS Kitchen we will have delicious food for you to buy. We will also have hot and cold drinks. Don't forget 20% of kitchen purchases goes towards the Cichlid Preservation Fund. 

 

Please note -

  • There will be no PCS Library or PCS Show Table this meeting.
  • You can pay cash or we can accept MasterCard, VISA Debit, VISA Credit and PayPal.
  • All lots must be pre-booked, with no exceptions. See this guide before you book in - HERE.
  • General public are welcome to attend, so please bring your friends along.
  • The doors will open just on 7:10pm to start processing lots. Lot viewing will start at 7:45pm.
  • No lots will be accepted into the auction after 7:40pm.

You will have a short period in which to view the lots commencing at 7:45pm. View the lots carefully before bidding as once you win, you own it. The lot area will be sectioned off and we ask that everyone remain behind the sectioned off area at all times, with the exception of the viewing period. Lots will only be dispersed at the end of the auction. This means you will need to remain until the end and be patient to collect your winning lots. The lots will be collected by PCS Committee members for you. Nobody is permitted to collect their own lots.

 

The PCS Raffle will feature great items and as major prizes -
 

1st prize - from Aquotix.

Astro 2206 External Filter.

The Astro canister filters are quiet and reliable!  Features include media baskets, easy priming plug, convenient shut off tap system and multiple outlet fittings.

710l/h - (Actual Flow Rate with Media). 1.60m Head Height. 8watts. Includes all media and hoses. Suitable for around 150l - 250l depending on stocking density.

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The auction will be capped at *150 lots at the discretion of the PCS committee. The first 2 weeks will be "cichlid lots only" to ensure we have plenty of cichlids on offer and those breeding cichlids have a chance to get lots in. In the interests of fairness, variety and smooth running, sellers may be asked to modify their lots at the organisers' discretion. 
 
                                                       *All lots must be pre-booked, with no exceptions. See this guide before you book in - HERE.
 
                                                       HOW TO BOOK YOUR LOTS
                                                       Please list the following:
                                                       :Number of fish
                                                       :Scientific and common name of fish
                                                       :Size of fish
                                                       :Sex if known and a reserve if wanted.

 
                                                        PM your list to Mattia.


                                                         For example -
                                                         3 x copadichromis virginalis "Mloto firecrest" 5-6cm
                                                         5 x aphyocharax anisitsi "bloodfin tetra" 4cm
                                                         1 x scobinancistrus aureatus "sunshine pleco" M 20cm (res $50)
                                                        
                                                         Lists of lots missing the above information will be sent back.

 
There are a few things people need to be aware of for auction -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
General public are welcome to attend.

  • All lots will be inspected on the night and any lots with deformed,unidentifiable or undersized fish will be removed.
  • All lots will  have the seller's forum name listed on the bag.
  • Fish bagged incorrectly will not be accepted. No sandwich bags or zip-lock bags allowed.
  • Please make sure your fish are adequately bagged. If they are large fish, put each in a separate bag.
  • When booking lots, please use reserve prices sparingly  for the expensive stuff. No reserves will be accepted below $20
  • When bidding on the night please remember that collection and payment of lots will only take place at the end of the auction.
  • At the end of the auction your lots will be collected and given to you by a committee member. Do not touch any lots.
  • Only club members can sell lots at the auction but you can become one on the night. Anyone can bid/buy.
  • The PCS takes a 10% commission on all sales at the auction.
  • Non PCS club members pay an additional 10% of total sale price per lot.
  • Atwell College is not a licensed venue and alcohol is not permitted. Anyone drinking at the site will be asked to leave.
  • No smoking is permitted at Atwell College, you need to go out the front away from the entrance.
  • There are limited lots in the auction and cichlids then other fish take priority. The committee has discretion in refusing lots and reserves in the interests of balance and pacing. 

All are welcome. Hope to see you there Tuesday, November 1st.
 
Doors open 7:10pm. Veiwing starts 7:45pm. Auction starts 8:05pm at Atwell College, 201 Brenchley Drive, Atwell 6164.
 
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LIST OF LOTS
Lots in RED are kindly donated to the Stuart Grant Fund - Cichlid Preservation program. All proceeds of those lots will go to SGF so bid generously.

   

1x Malawi Cichlids in their natural habitat, 5th edition

10 x Tropheus sp. Black "Bulu Point" - Cherry Spot 4-6cm

10 x Tropheus sp. Black "Bulu Point" - Cherry Spot 4-6cm

1x bag of Limnobium laevigatum - Frog bit (large ones)
10x Neocaridina davidi var. red - Red Cherry Shrimp

4 x Copadichromis Borleyi "Redfin Kadango" 4-5cm
4 x Labidochromis Caeruleus "Electric Yellow" 4-5cm
4 x Labidochromis Nkali 3-4cm
4 x Sciaenochromis Fryeri "Electric blue" 3-4cm
4 x Protomelas Spilonotus Tanzania 3-4cm
4 x Hemitilapia Oxyrhynchus 5-6cm
3 x Placidochromis Phenochilus "Mdoka White Lip" 4-5cm
4 x Cynotilapia Zebroides "Afra Cobue" 3-4cm
4 x Cynotilapia Pulpican 3-4cm
4 x Aulonocara Jacobfreibergi Undu Reef "Lemon Jake" 3-4cm
2 x Labeotropheus Fuelleborni MF (breeding pair)
1 x Pseudotropheus Demasoni 7cm Male

2 x Pseudotropheus Acei "Ngara" White Tail - 6-8cm

3x Chalinochromis Ndoboi *German* 1m/2f 4cm

1x Pair Neolamprologus Brichardi 4cm

1x Pair Julidochromis Regani Kipili *German 5cm

1x Pair Aulonocara Steveni Usysia 5cm

2x Pterophyllum Scalare - Platinum Angels 5cm

4x Ctenochromis Horeii 4cm

3x Pseudotropheus Saulosi 1m/2f 7cm

4x Glossolepis Incisus - red rainbowfish 4cm

4 x Pterophylum scalare  5cm Blue

1 x Breeding pair Pterophylum scalare 12cm Blue with black spots

1 x Breeding pair Pterophylum scalare 10cm Marble

1 x Pterophylum scalare 7cm Blushing albino

1 x Breeding pair Cleithracara moronii 6 cm Keyhole cichlid

4 x Laetacara curviceps 4cm Dwarf cichlid

4 x Geophagus surinamensis 6cm Rio Branco cichlid

2 x Synodontis sp 2 AKA Synodontis Polli

5x  Cyphotilapia Frontosa F1 7 bar frontosa 4cm
5x  Cyphotilapia Frontosa F1 7 bar frontosa 4cm
5x Tramitichromis intermedius 3 cm
5x Tramitichromis intermedius 3 cm
5x Ancistrus sp. peppermint Catfish 4 cm
5x Ancistrus sp. peppermint Catfish 4 cm

1x trident Java fern
1x trident Java fern
1x min java fern
1x min java fern
1x spoon java fern
1x weeping moss
1x java fern narrow leaf
1x java fern narrow leaf
1x java fern narrow leaf
1x Subwassertang moss
1x subwassertang moss
1x anubia nana
1x echinodorus horemanii red
1x echinodorus horemanii red

10x Crystal red shrimps Caridina cantonensis sp 'red'
10x Crystal red shrimps Caridina cantonensis sp 'red'
10x Crystal red shrimps Caridina cantonensis sp 'red'
10x Crystal red shrimps Caridina cantonensis sp 'red'
1x Aponogeton ulvaceous 30-40 cms 5-7 leaves. Aquarium plant.
10x Carbon rili shrimps Neocaridina heteropoda 'rili'

1 x trio ancistrus sp. "albino bristlenose" 6-8cm MFF
1 x trio ancistrus sp."lemon bristlenose"(formerly L144) 6-8cm MFF
5 x ancistrus sp. "common bristlenose" 3-5cm
5 x ancistrus sp. "marble bristlenose" 3-5cm
5 x ancistrus sp. "albino longfin bristlenose" 3-5cm
5 x ancistrus sp. "albino bristlenose" 3-5cm
5 x ancistrus sp."lemon bristlenose"(formerly L144) 3-5cm
5 x ancistrus sp. "lemon bristlenose longfin" (formerly L144) 4-6cm

5 x ancistrus sp. "orange spot bristlenose" 6-8cm
1 x pair breeding sturisoma panamense "royal whiptail" 10-12cm MF
1 x bag of "vallis" snail free

1 x bag of "java fern" snail free - may contain ninja shrimp
2 x pairs Poecilia reticulata "purple moscows" 3-5cm MF
2 x pairs Poecilia reticulata "albino platinum" 3-5cm MF
2 x pairs Poecilia reticulata "albino sunsets" 3-5cm MF
2 x trios Poecilia reticulata "snakeskins" 3-5cm MF
2 x pairs Poecilia reticulata "red tuxedo" 3-5cm MF
2 x pairs Poecilia reticulata "blonde endlers" 3-5cm MF
2 x pairs Poecilia reticulata "red snakeskins" 3-5cm MF
1 x pair Poecilia reticulata "albino red moscow" 3-5cm MF

1 x bag of Poecilia reticulata "feeder guppies" 1-3cm
1 x bag of native shrimp "ninja shrimp" 1-2cm
2 x Leporacanthicus (L007) "vampire pleco" 3-4cm

1x bucephalandra brownie purple
1x bucephalandra brownie
5x Neocaridina Dennerli aka baby Sulawesi shrimp
20x native shrimp "ninja shrimp" 1-2cm
20x native shrimp "ninja shrimp" 1-2cm

20x native shrimp "ninja shrimp" 1-2cm
10 x Neocaridina sp. Red cherry shrimp 1-2cm

5x bamboo Chaco cave
5x bamboo Chaco cave

2 x Ancistus Sp. "Peppermint Bristlenose" 5-6cm
5 x Ancistrus sp. "Common Bristlenose" 3-5cm
5 x Ancistrus sp. "Lemon Bristlenose - L144" 3-4cm
2 x Ancistrus sp. "Lemon Bristlenose - L144" MF (breeding pair)
2 x Ancistrus sp. "Common Bristlenose" MF (breeding pair)

1 x Pair Poecilia reticulata "Albino Platinum" 3-4cm MF

1x bag full of "Vallisneria sp" - comes with free snails!

10 x Neocaridina heteropoda var 'rili' carbon rili shrimps

10 x Neocaridina heteropoda 'blue velvet'

10x Bloody Mary Shrimps Neocaridina davidi
10x Bloody Mary Shrimps Neocaridina davidi
5x Crystal Black Shrimps PBL Caridina cantonensis sp 'black'
5 x Crystal Black Shrimps PBL Caridina cantonensis sp 'black'
1x Anubias nana attached to lava rock.
1x Anubias nana attached to lava rock

1x New 2 liter Macropore

1 x Anubius Nana on Rock 

1 x Anubius Nana on Rock 

1 x Java Fern on 25cm Driftwood.

1 x UP Aqua - Turbo-Jet CO2 Reactor (New)

1 x Nano Tank with bright LED and built in filter on stand (Used)

1 x Eheim QuickVac Pro (Used once)

1 x Tub of Duckweed floating plants

1 x CoralLife 2-part Calcium liquid NIB

1 x Salifert Calcium Pro test kit NIB

1 x RedSea NO3: P04-X - Nitrate + Phosphate Reducer

1 x Pseudotropheus Saulosi 5-6cm

1 pr x Poecilia reticulata "Blue Scarlet Endler" 3-4cm MF
2 trio x Poecilia reticulata "Clown Endler" 3-4cm MMFFFF
1trio x Poecilia reticulata " Blue Grass Guppy" 3-4cm MFF
1pr x Poecilia reticulata " Red Grass Guppy" 3-4cm MF
1pr x Poecilia reticulata " Super Blue Lace Guppy" 3-4cm MF
1pr x Poecilia reticulata " Purple Mosaic Guppy" 3-4cm MF
1pr x Poecilia reticulata " Purple Platinum Mosaic Guppy" 3-4cm MF
1pr x Poecilia reticulata "Green Moscow Guppy" 3-4cm MF
1pr x Poecilia reticulata "Japan Blue Double Sword Guppy" 3-4cm MF
2 x L397 Panaqolus sp. Pleco 3.5-4cm

10x Ancistrus sp. "common bristlenose" 3-4cm

1x Artemia Hatchery with jar of premix artemia

1x Olive barrel used for aging water  (picked up from seller) 190lts

1x Olive barrel used for aging water  (picked up from seller) 190lts

1x PCS merchandise box

1x PCS merchandise box

1x PCS merchandise box

1 x Apistogramma Panduro female 4cm
1 x driftwood covered in narrow leaf Java fern 30cm
1 x Two litre bag of macropore media (treats 9000 litres)
5 x Java moss on 5cm stainless steel mesh squares

1x bag of white sand approx 5 kg

1x bag of white sand approx 5 kg

1x Selection of Aqua Pics buffers

1x Selection of Seachem foods

1x breeding pair of Pelvicachromis Pulcher

10 x Neocaridina davidi "Red Cherry Shrimp"
1 x Poecilia reticulata "Blue Grass Guppy" - Pair - 2cm
1 x Astronotus ocellatus "albino oscar" - 20cm
1 x Bag of duck weed

1x Xenotilapia Papilio Sunflower painting by Wendy :)

1 x bag amazon frogbit

4 x Cyrtocara moorii - Blue dolphins 4cm

4 x Cyrtocara Moori - blue dolphins 4cm

2x Vjeja Synspillum  13cm



#2 Mattia

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Posted 02 October 2016 - 08:05 PM

Hi guys, I can accept Cichlids lots from now! Don't wait too long to send me your lots, or you'll miss out like last time when I had to close bookings a couple of weeks earlier as I had already 150 lots!

#3 Stormfyre

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Posted 03 October 2016 - 02:14 PM

Updated the raffle prize -

 

1st prize - from Aquotix.

Astro 2206 External Filter.

The Astro canister filters are quiet and reliable!  Features include media baskets, easy priming plug, convenient shut off tap system and multiple outlet fittings.

710l/h - (Actual Flow Rate with Media). 1.60m Head Height. 8watts. Includes all media and hoses. Suitable for around 150l - 250l depending on stocking density.

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#4 Mattia

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Posted 08 October 2016 - 07:48 PM

updated with the first cichlid lots + some donations!!

 

Another week of cichlids only and then i'll take bookings for the rest!



#5 Westie

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Posted 08 October 2016 - 09:02 PM

Red rainbowfish are cichlids?

#6 Mattia

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Posted 08 October 2016 - 09:09 PM

Nope, they slipped through, I hope you will survive Jas :P

#7 Westie

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Posted 09 October 2016 - 08:29 AM

I hope so too.....

#8 Mattia

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Posted 14 October 2016 - 07:35 PM

2 more days to send me your cichlid lots and donations ... :)

Lot list is up to date ;)

#9 Mattia

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Posted 17 October 2016 - 03:43 PM

Updated with all the lots that have come in until today!

Please, people that have sent lots in, double check that everything is right and I haven't missed any of your lots.

 

From today, you can send me any lots :) We have around 100 lots at the moment, so only 50 spots left... don't wait too long or might miss the chance to put your lots in!



#10 Mattia

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Posted 19 October 2016 - 07:53 PM

Updated with some more guppies...... and shrimps...... and catfish.... :brickwall: :P

 

Only 20 spots left, be quick and send me your lots before we run out of spots!!

Donations to the Stuart Grant cichlid fund always welcome ;)



#11 Mattia

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Posted 24 October 2016 - 08:32 PM

Updated :)

 

We have currently 153 lots, so officially no more allowed in.... but please send me any of your cichlids lots and i'll try to squeeze them in! 

....and donations to the Stuart Grant fund always welcome :)



#12 Mattia

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Posted 27 October 2016 - 07:48 AM

Only a couple days left so send me your cichlid lots, donations, or something rare ... ;)

#13 Mattia

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Posted 29 October 2016 - 08:32 PM

Booking is officially closed!!

 

We have 153 lots, a good mix between cichlids, plants, catfish, fancy guppies, shrimps and accessories ;)

In the attachment you will be able to find the PDF file that you can print for the auction night.

 

There will be a BIG WHITE suprise at the new venue (Atwell college) for all our members!! :)

 

Come hungry everyone, there will be plenty of food offered : Pulled Pork on a roll, Pulled Beef on a roll (option for those who don't eat pig), Coleslaw and Sauerkraut for da Germans.... in addition to coffee, tea, chips and cold drinks!
 

Also, for dessert, CHOCOLATE ITALIAN SALAMI (no, that's not what you are thinking you dirty minds..... :P )

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which takings will be fully donated to the Stuart Grant cichlid fund !

 

See you on tuesday night!!

 

 

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#14 Hood

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 12:19 PM

I really, really want to come down to this meeting and auction tonight...
But with the little one, and seeing just how far away it is on google maps, it may just not be feesable to travel that far on a weeknight at the moment.
Pretty bummed but probably just can't make it at this stage...may change last minute, but doubtful. :(
I hope you guys have a really good night. :)

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Edited by Hood, 31 October 2016 - 12:21 PM.


#15 Poncho

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 12:52 PM

It's a fair trek - but it's tomorrow night. Auctions are a late night. We try our best to finish bidding by 10:30. With 30 minutes to sort out payments etc that means people are leaving closer to 11. Travel for an hour after that and put any fish you bought into tanks and it'll be 1 am before you get to sleep. It's a long night but 100 odd people showing up for it last time - lots of people passionate about the hobby in Perth who do more than just say as much on a forum ;)

Spare a thought for committee like dicky and Eileen who have to stay back later to clean up and then travel halfway across the metro area - those two deserve a lot of gratitude from members, although I reckon they get a lot of enjoyment out of it too.

Anyway, we'll catch you at the next one Hood - book a day off for the Wednesday or just chuck a sickie ;)

#16 Westie

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 12:53 PM

^ No Italian salami for you then...



#17 dicky7

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 01:12 PM

thankyou  Poncho but we not the only ones who stay back and clean up all committee to the right thing  and sometimes  a few members pitch in and help which is much appreciated :cheers:



#18 Hood

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 01:49 PM

It's a fair trek - but it's tomorrow night. Auctions are a late night. We try our best to finish bidding by 10:30. With 30 minutes to sort out payments etc that means people are leaving closer to 11. Travel for an hour after that and put any fish you bought into tanks and it'll be 1 am before you get to sleep. It's a long night but 100 odd people showing up for it last time - lots of people passionate about the hobby in Perth who do more than just say as much on a forum ;)

Spare a thought for committee like dicky and Eileen who have to stay back later to clean up and then travel halfway across the metro area - those two deserve a lot of gratitude from members, although I reckon they get a lot of enjoyment out of it too.

Anyway, we'll catch you at the next one Hood - book a day off for the Wednesday or just chuck a sickie ;)


Oh my bad, tomorrow night it is. I meant no offense to anyone by my comment.
I was merely making a comment about the distance and struggling to leave my 6 week old son with the Mrs for that long on a week night at the moment, since she has spent all day looking after him.
That and I have a factory to start at 5am so late week nights are hard. But no-body else's problem, just mine. I really was wanting to make the effort to get down to meetings this time around,
but the distance really will be more of an issue than I had initially realised (not realising the meeting place had moved further south). Dunno 'bout the sickie as the factory doesn't really run properly without me there, has played havoc with having the kid and tryin' to have time off. hahaha

I do thank all the PCS members who do so much to make it all work, all I was really wanting to do was wish you guys luck with the meeting and auction since I may not be able to make it down.
Thank you all again. :)

Edited by Hood, 31 October 2016 - 02:18 PM.


#19 Hood

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 02:24 PM

Just throwing this out there.... anyone live up my way and ever want to car pool?
Could be less of a tedious trek if shared from time to time. :)

Edited by Hood, 31 October 2016 - 02:26 PM.


#20 Poncho

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Posted 31 October 2016 - 02:34 PM

No offense taken mate - just took the opportunity to outline expected finishing times as the committee are aware the late finish is a major barrier for some people and others come for the first time not expecting to finish so late.

 

Some nights I wish I could just go home and have an early night too but I don't start anywhere near 5am.






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