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  • Keeping and Breeding Freshwater Gobies and Gudgeons-Monthly Meeting

Keeping and Breeding Freshwater Gobies and Gudgeons

Thu, May 05, 2022   7:00 pm

Monthly Meeting


There are dozens of species of small gobies and gudgeons that make ideal aquarium residents, but until recently only a handful were commonly found for sale.  MAS member Andrew Bogott will provide a quick summary of the varieties of these fish that you're likely to find in shops or on import lists, and then follow up with details about his experience keeping and breeding a few species.Rhinogobius zhoui male

Attendance is open to the public. Advance registration is required.
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Andrew Bogott has kept and bred more than 100 species of fish and a couple dozen species of aquatic invertebrates. An excess of curiosity combined with a lack of real estate has yielded a fondness for all creatures tiny and complicated; current projects include gobies, pipefish, annual killis, and sea urchins.

When he's not mopping up spills he works as a reliability engineer for the Wikimedia Foundation so that all the world can indulge in his love of triviality.