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2020 INDMAS Frag Swap

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INDMAS is pleased to announce that the 2020 Frag Swap will be Saturday March 14th at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds 1900 East Main Street, Danville IN from 12-4

Over the past year the club has been hard at work to bring you one of the top swaps in the Midwest. There are multiple threads in this forum that should answer a lot of your questions. If you do not find it please ask.

Returning again as our Platinum Event Sponsor The Reef

Platinum Sponsors this year are Reef Hobbyist Magazine and Coral Magazine

We will be offering early entry for those attending our speaker session (to be announced)

And did I mention fabulous vendors a wide variety of vendors

Free frag supplied by the club for new members

Free admission for club member otherwise a low $5 for admittance

Membership is just $21 a year

We will have a fast in admission line for members so if you are thinking about joining or renewing doing so in advance will save you time look for the member thread within this section. (Deadline is Saturday March 7th)

Food Truck available

I forgot to mention fabulous raffle prizes

See everyone on the 14th of March

Edited by SilentNight1793

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Our 2020 frag swap speaker is.....

The Indiana Marine Aquarium Society is excited to announce that our 2020 frag swap educational speaker is none other than the legendary Richard Ross!! 

You will most recently know Rich as one of the duo from the new Skimmate Podcast as well as the Master of Ceremonies for the MACNA banquet.   If you have never had the enjoyment of listening to and speaking with Rich you will not want to miss this opportunity.  I think many would declare him "The most interesting man in aquatics!".    

Richard Ross


Richard Ross is known for his“Skeptical Reefkeeping” article series, his groundbreaking work with cephalopod husbandry, his entertaining and informative talks, and for managing the ambitious 212,000 gallon reef tank in the Steinhart Aquarium in the California Academy of Sciences. “It’s so great. I get to work on what interests me in a variety of ways; I write and speak about the practical philosophy of aquarium keeping and animal welfare in the hobby press, and I get to publish in academic journals. I get to practice the fascinating craft of aquarium keeping on a daily basis, as well as participate in various kinds of field work like coral sexual reproduction. Through it all, I have the ongoing challenge and honor of working with incredible species like pygmy seahorses, unique cephalopods, ghost pipefish and more”.

Richard was presented with the MASNA Aquarist of the Year award in 2015, and his work has been covered by Scientific American, National Geographic, Penn’s Sunday School, NPR’sScience Friday, Discovery News and Fox News.

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