President Colin welcomed members attending and gave a quick run through of current club business
The bus trip was discussed and some minor alterations to the itinerary were proposed in order to ensure the trip goes smoothly.With quite a few names up members are encouraged to pay for their seat to avoid disappointment.
The next KS meal is being held on the 28th September at the highly regarded Jasmine Indian Restaurant in Glenrothes with a 7.30PM start a list is up in the club room for members to add their names.
As tonight was an off meeting there was no formal subject with members free to bring up anything they wanted to discuss. Laurie brought in parasite he had caught from one of his tanks and explained to members what it was and how it feeded -very interesting indeed! Mike had brought in some barb fry for Laurie as a thankyou for solving a recent issue he had with removing a canister filter top. Mike also told members how the relatively drab fry grew into some really special looking adults.
Colin mentioned Brian had had a spawning from the second of his wild swordtail pairs and was now someway to covering the cost of these cracking fish. Brian said the recent weather changes seemed to have sparked several of his fish to breed recently including Brichardi and Ameca Splendens as well as several other livebearers.
A general well natured chat was then had on more general matters before the meeting took a break for refreshments and the raffle. Next week is Laurie Halford with the not to be missed talk about his Fish Shed – Part 2