Dr. Paul V. Loiselle is an enthusiastic aquarist of 50 years' experience. During the course of his career, Paul has had the opportunity to study cichlids in Madagascar, West Africa, Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika, Haiti, Mexico, Central America and the Peruvian Amazon. Emeritus Curator of Freshwater Fishes at the New York Aquarium, he is actively involved in conservation programs focused on the fishes of Madagascar. Paul is co-chair of the Association of Zoos and Aquarium's Freshwater Fish Taxa Advisory Group and serves as a scientific advisor to the Lake Victoria Cichlid Species Survival Program and the Madagascar Faunal Interest Group. A founding member and Fellow of the American Cichlid Association, he is an internationally published author of numerous articles and such books on the care and breeding of ornamental fishes asThe Cichlid Aquarium and The Fishkeeper's Guide to African Cichlids.
The Minnesota Aquarium Society holds monthly meetings in a room at King of Kings Lutheran Church. It is located just north of Hwy 36 and on the east side of Dale Street.
Please use the entry doors on the north side of the building. Overflow parking can be found on the south side of the church and across the street north and east of the entrance.
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