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PostSubject: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Thu Mar 05, 2015 10:09 am

PVAS All-Day Spring Auction.  

Sunday, April 19, 2015
Green Acres Center
4401 Sideburn Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030

Bidding starts at 10:30 am



In addition to the great auction, tag sale and dry goods raffle - we will have a live fish raffle.

We will be raffling off Discus and Angelfish.  The total retail value of the auction fish is in the hundreds of dollars.  Tickets are only $5(discus drawing) or $2(Angelfish drawing).


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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Thu Mar 12, 2015 3:15 am

Is anyone close to the Lynchburg area planning to attend? If so, maybe we could travel together. Please post if interested.

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sun Mar 22, 2015 4:42 pm

I am putting together the live fish raffles - and there will be some amazing fish in the raffles. The raffles will be separate for discus and angelfish. Tickets for the discus raffle are $5. For the angelfish raffle they are $2.

A lot of the discus will be coming from Kenny's discus in California.
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:04 am

Here is the first lot for the Angelfish raffle a pair of proven Red Koi Angels from Frank Cowherd:

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Wed Mar 25, 2015 8:25 am

Nick B send me a PM about this trip..
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sun Mar 29, 2015 8:14 am

Hey! yawl better be planning to carry a bunch of people to Fairfax on Sunday April 19th to this event.

I would assume Liz still has that miniature bus, pitch in for gas and get up there!

This is a GREAT event, one of the best of the year - it is a true benefit to the club - you will not be disappointed - bring some stuff that's just sitting around, you stand a chance to get good money with the large crowd of hobbyist in one place - it is a great opportunity to find everything you ever wanted/need and then some....

But most importantly - I would love to see you all again, it has been a very long time.

I do plan to assist Jesse with tag sale, so come see me - OKAY? Smile

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:59 pm

As Tracey mentioned, carpooling is a great idea.  Be sure to check out the tag sale for great deals on fish food and many other items including some great plants.

The discus raffle will be individual fish.  Here are the 2 that have been announced:



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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:35 pm

Here is an initial list of auction items(removed duplicates):
Aqueon 3000 - water pump - $100 retail
Coralife Circulation Pump - 2900 - $130 retail
Coralife Circulation Pump - 1300 - $70 retail
Coralife 06144 DC Wavemaker Pulse 2600 - $250+ retail
Batfish Aquatics/Catfish ConInsulated Bag
Xtreme - 15.4 oz food
Xtreme 15.4 oz container
Swiss Tropicals Poret Foam
Aqueon 55/75 Power Filter
Aqueon 100 watt heater
Aqueon 150 watt heater
4 - NEW - Swiss Tropicals - each 4" x 4" black poret sponge cube with ceramic base
RED VELVET SWORDTAILS (TWO PAIRS)
RED-TAIL BLUE VARIATUS (TWO PAIRS)
RED WAG PLATYS (TWO PAIRS)
HALF-BLACK YELLOW DELTATAIL GUPPIES (TWO PAIRS)
GERMAN BLUE RAMS (PAIR)
ELECTRIC BLUE RAMS (PAIR)
CORYDORAS PANDA (REVERSE TRIO)
CORYDORAS PALEATUS (REVERSE TRIO)
CORYDORAS STERBAI (3)
CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS (5)
CORYDORAS SCHULTZI BLACK (3)
ALBINO CORYDORAS (REVERSE TRIO)
ALBINO BRISTLENOSE (PAIR)
BROWN BRISTLENOSE (PAIR)
YELLOW BLACK-EYED BRISTLENOSE L-144 (2)
SPOTTED BRISTLENOSE (2)
ADULT KOI ANGELFISH (3)
ADULT BLACK-LACE ANGELFISH (3)
ADULT CLOWN/ZEBRA PEARLSCALE ANGELFISH (3)
ADULT PLATINUM PEARLSCALE ANGELFISH (2)
ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH (PAIR)
EPIPLATY ANNULATUS or ROCKET KILLIES or CLOWN KILLIES (PAIR)
PEARL GOURAMIS (5)
CORYDORAS SPLENDINS OR BROCHIS SPLENDINS (3)
PSEUDOTROPHEUS DEMASONI (5)
Ian Fuller Print - Eel
Ian Fuller Print - Telogramma brichardi
25 foot Python clean and fill no spill aquarium maintenance system
Tiger Vallisnerias. Easy, fast-growing
Nymphoides sp. Taiwan. Very similar to "lotus" by the leaf shape, does not grow off a bulb. easy.
"true" dwarf saggitarias, collected by GWAPA friends, this is the real sags. very easy, makes a beautiful foreground.
Pair of Zoogoneticus tequila
Pair of Xiphophorus nezahualcoyotl
Pair of Xenotoaca variata Jesus Maria, Mx.
bag of black bar endlers
Pair of Xiphophorus xiphidium
Pair of Xiphophorus variatus
Anubias
Almond Leaves
Coconut cave covered in live java moss attached
6 Young Aspidoras sp. Black Fin, CW052.
Reverse trio-Aspidoras Senger, C118.
6 Black Angelfish
6 Black Angelfish NO MIN BID
6 Gold Marble Angelfish
6 Gold Angelfish
6 Clown Angelfish
8 Panda Cories
8 Albino Cories
8 Bronze Cories
3 pairs red tailed snakeskin/cobra Guppies
3 pairs cobra/snakeskin guppies
Big Bag of Java Moss
Large Java Fern
Java Fern
Crypt Affinis
Large bag of Corkscrew Vallisneria
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Tue Apr 14, 2015 1:41 pm

nearly 250 items posted

list with duplicates removed:
Aqueon 3000 - water pump - $100 retail
Coralife Circulation Pump - 2900 - $130 retail
Coralife Circulation Pump - 1300 - $70 retail
Coralife 06144 DC Wavemaker Pulse 2600 - $250+ retail
Batfish Aquatics/Catfish ConInsulated Bag
Xtreme - 15.4 oz food
Xtreme 15.4 oz container
Swiss Tropicals Poret Foam
Aqueon 55/75 Power Filter
Aqueon 100 watt heater
Aqueon 150 watt heater
4 - NEW - Swiss Tropicals - each 4" x 4" black poret sponge cube with ceramic base
RED VELVET SWORDTAILS (TWO PAIRS)
RED-TAIL BLUE VARIATUS (TWO PAIRS)
RED WAG PLATYS (TWO PAIRS)
HALF-BLACK YELLOW DELTATAIL GUPPIES (TWO PAIRS)
GERMAN BLUE RAMS (PAIR)
ELECTRIC BLUE RAMS (PAIR)
CORYDORAS PANDA (REVERSE TRIO)
CORYDORAS PALEATUS (REVERSE TRIO)
CORYDORAS STERBAI (3)
CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS (5)
CORYDORAS SCHULTZI BLACK (3)
ALBINO CORYDORAS (REVERSE TRIO)
ALBINO BRISTLENOSE (PAIR)
BROWN BRISTLENOSE (PAIR)
YELLOW BLACK-EYED BRISTLENOSE L-144 (2)
SPOTTED BRISTLENOSE (2)
ADULT KOI ANGELFISH (3)
ADULT BLACK-LACE ANGELFISH (3)
ADULT CLOWN/ZEBRA PEARLSCALE ANGELFISH (3)
ADULT PLATINUM PEARLSCALE ANGELFISH (2)
ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH (PAIR)
EPIPLATY ANNULATUS or ROCKET KILLIES or CLOWN KILLIES (PAIR)
PEARL GOURAMIS (5)
CORYDORAS SPLENDINS OR BROCHIS SPLENDINS (3)
PSEUDOTROPHEUS DEMASONI (5)
Ian Fuller Print - Eel
Ian Fuller Print - Telogramma brichardi
25 foot Python clean and fill no spill aquarium maintenance system
Tiger Vallisnerias. Easy, fast-growing
Nymphoides sp. Taiwan. Very similar to "lotus" by the leaf shape, does not grow off a bulb. easy.
"true" dwarf saggitarias, collected by GWAPA friends, this is the real sags. very easy, makes a beautiful foreground.
Pair of Zoogoneticus tequila
Pair of Xiphophorus nezahualcoyotl
Pair of Xenotoaca variata Jesus Maria, Mx.
bag of black bar endlers
Pair of Xiphophorus xiphidium
Pair of Xiphophorus variatus
Anubias
Almond Leaves
Coconut cave covered in live java moss attached
6 Young Aspidoras sp. Black Fin, CW052. Beautiful, active, catfish. easy to grow and take care of
Reverse trio-Aspidoras Senger, C118. Beautiful, less-common catfishes that are very easy to keep. Have laid eggs once.
6 Black Angelfish
6 Black Angelfish NO MIN BID
6 Black Angelfish No Min Bid
6 Gold Marble Angelfish
6 Gold Angelfish
6 Clown Angelfish
8 Panda Cories
8 Albino Cories
8 Bronze Cories
3 pairs red tailed snakeskin/cobra Guppies
3 pairs cobra/snakeskin guppies
Big Bag of Java Moss
Large Java Fern
Java Fern
Crypt Affinis
Large bag of Corkscrew Vallisneria
Large Bag of Corkscrew Valisneria
Large Bag of Corkscrew Vallisneria
Narrow Leaf Java Fern
Neolamprologus leleupi group
Gold Marble Angel
15+ Red Cherry Shrimp - RCS
12+ Yellow Shrimp - easy to keep colorful shrimp - instant colony
Stekker Discus bred and Donated by Don in Virginia
Flame Tail - Aulonocara stuartgranti
Blue Dolphin - Cyrtocara moorii Large Male
Blue Dolphin -Cyrtocara moorii
Malawi Sand Diver Fossorochromis rostratus
Yellow Blaze - Otopharynx Lithobates
White Top Hara - Cynotilapia
6 Young Crystal Red Shrimp
15 Cherry Shrimp
3 Aspidoras (C118)
5 Neolamprologus multifasciatus (small shell dwelling cichlid)
3 Calico Ancistrus Fry
5 Aspidoras Black Fin (CW052)
C118 - Aspidoras 'Senger'
Corydoras elegans
M. praecox. Neon dwarf rainbowfish. Two females.
1 - Goo Obo Gudgeon, Mogurnda nesolepis
Gambusia affinis, mosquito fish
Pair Rivulus rubrolineatus. WC January 2015. Collection location GPS coords available to purchaser.
Imparfinis sp.
Golden Sailfin Molly (Poecilia latipinna) - Pair
Rusty Zebra. Lake Malawi mbuna. Two pair. Wild caught in Florida.
Group of wild caught silver one-spot tetras. Species unknown. Ideal as dithers.
Ancistur sp. 'Pucalpa Gold' Breeding pair.
Pair of Xiphophorus variatus La minitzia MX
American Siren
Pair of Xenotoca eiseni
Protomelas taeniolatus (Red Empress) trio - 1M/2F
Pterygoplichthys pleco (approx 6")
Albino Pseudotropheus socolofi (3 adults)
Bolbitis
Java Moss
Crypt affinis
Ilyodon furcidens, Rio Comala, Mexico, Basslet Goodeid
Julidochromis transcriptus, Bemba, Breeding group
Hifin Platies
Ataeniobius toweri, Anteojitos, Mexico, Bluetail Goodeid, Highly endangered in the wild
Lace Leaf java Fern
Lace Leaf Java Fern
Marble Shrimp
Betta patoti
Val sp, grows very long and straight
Crypt retrospiralis
Flame Tail - Aulonocara stuartgranti
SulferHead - Aulonocara maylandi Juvies
Taiwan Reef Protomelas "Steveni Taiwan"
2 Rainbow Cichlids (Herotilapia multispinosa) (pic is of parents)
12+ Red Cherry Shrimp
Pelvicachromis kribensis "Moliwe" pair
4 juvenile Pelvicachromis kribensis "Lobe"
Fancy Guppies group
Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe - breeding group from Dave's Rare Fish(stripped females)
Three - Acrossocheilus fasciatus, Railway Barb
Very rare - Corydoras CW032. Breeding group of five. WC from Madre de Dios, cheese creek.
Ludwigia inclinata. Emersed growth. Photo of immersed growth.
Dwarf Sagittaria, Easy mid-ground plant.
Crypt wendtii
Red Metriaclima estherae (3 adults)
Pair of Badis badis - stock photo
Red Tailed Black Shark - 4"
Breeding Group of Diamond Tetras - 6 Pack (Wild Caught)
Ludigia Stem Plants
N Class Male Orchid Endler - 4 Pack
Corydoras paleatus - breeding pair - Salt and Pepper Cory stock photo
Pair of Xiphophorus helleri "Yucaton spotten morph" Original wild type swordtail.
Flame Tail - Aulonocara stuartgranti
SulferHead - Aulonocara maylandi Juvies
Taiwan Reef Protomelas "Steveni Taiwan"
2 Rainbow Cichlids (Herotilapia multispinosa) (pic is of parents)
12+ Red Cherry Shrimp
Pelvicachromis kribensis "Moliwe" pair
4 juvenile Pelvicachromis kribensis "Lobe"
Fancy Guppies group
Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe - breeding group from Dave's Rare Fish(stripped females)
Three - Acrossocheilus fasciatus, Railway Barb
Very rare - Corydoras CW032. Breeding group of five. WC from Madre de Dios, cheese creek.
Ludwigia inclinata. Emersed growth. Photo of immersed growth.
Dwarf Sagittaria, Easy mid-ground plant.
Crypt wendtii
Red Metriaclima estherae (3 adults)
Pair of Badis badis - stock photo
Red Tailed Black Shark - 4"
Breeding Group of Diamond Tetras - 6 Pack (Wild Caught)
Ludigia Stem Plants
N Class Male Orchid Endler - 4 Pack
Corydoras paleatus - breeding pair - Salt and Pepper Cory stock photo
Pair of Xiphophorus helleri "Yucaton spotten morph" Original wild type swordtail.
ZooMed 12 pack - earthworm flake - 6 oz total
ZooMed 12 pack - earthworm/brine shrimp flake - 6 oz total
SPOTTED BRISTLENOSE (pair)
L-144 ancistrus or YELLOW BLACK-EYED BRISTLENOSE (pair)
L-144 ancistrus or YELLOW BLACK-EYED BRISTLENOSE (3)
ALBINO RED PEACOCK (1 MALE)
DWARF RED GULARIS (1 MALE)
MARBLE ANGELFISH (MATED PAIR)
CLOWN ANGELFISH (MATED PAIR)
SYNODONTUS PETRICOLA (3)
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:26 am

How would you like a chance to win one of these Discus in a raffle for $5?

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Wed Apr 15, 2015 9:04 pm

I would like tha very MUCH, I'm certain I could make them a good home..

How many Discus will be raffled?

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Wed Apr 15, 2015 10:18 pm

@thegundog wrote:
I would like tha very MUCH, I'm certain I could make them a good home..

How many Discus will be raffled?

5 discus will be in the raffle - 1 each of the variety in the video and a Stendker Red Turqoise:



3 donated discus will raffled

I just saw 3 large discus registered by a local hobbyist.

If you are looking for angelfish - the story is similar a good number of good lots. There are 13 - including a couple mated pairs in my listing - which probably means about 20 lots - plus there will be a raffle with 5 lots of angels.
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:59 am

Verbal,

Thanks for keeping us up to date about PVAS events and the upcoming auction. At this time, barring no unforeseen complications, I plan to attend the auction. I also have many german red peacock juveniles (m & f) that I want to place into a good home. I have a few males that are showing color and promise to be good looking fish. My only problem is ensuring the fish survive as I may travel up the day before. What is the latest time fish can be entered into the auction and can it be done in-person? I'm registered on the web-site but don't want to put them in and then not bring them. Also, in understand how the auction operates, but what is the "tag" sale? Is this the same as a "silent" auction with a piece of paper in front of the item where people write down their bids?

Finally, and sorry for the long post, any good tips for transporting live fish? IE... how many in a bag, how much water to put in the bag, use buckets instead with a battery operated air pump, heat packs necessary, etc? Thanks again.


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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:27 am

Great to hear you can make the trip Nick. I encourage you to register your items and post pictures. You can always delete them if you don't end up bringing them - there should be a decent amount of peacocks/haps - so someone looking for your lot won't be total empty handed.

If you told me you were bringing a mated pair of zebra plecos - lol - my guidance would be a little different. I would want to make sure that was showing up before it was listed.

I would stop feeding the fish at this point to lower the amount of waste. As far as transportation I would probably use buckets for the transport. You should be ok without air and definitely without heat packs if you keep the car reasonably warm. At smaller sizes mixing in the bucket should be fine. You probably want to bag each fish separately(but females together might be ok in a big bag) - 1/3 water, 2/3 air. Use clean dechlorinated water when bagging. In terms of lots - I would recommend 1M/3F(but trios - 1M/2F would be ok) per lot or a male on its own.

The tag sale is fixed price items. It is the only place you can list used equipment. I encourage it for plants. It can be kind of mixed for fish - but it might be a good option for a colored up male or two. You use the minimum bid to set your asking price. Late in the auction the prices will be reduced by 40%. Any unsold items at the end of the tag sale need to be claimed or will be auctioned as club donations.
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Fri Apr 17, 2015 1:02 pm

I'm planning on attending if anyone wishes to join me pm me. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:32 pm

Verbal, what forms of payment are normally available? At the Raleigh event, checks were accepted in addition to cash. Any others?

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sun Apr 19, 2015 5:28 am

Cash, Check (PVAS Members only), VISA, Master Card, Discover.

Credit card users will be charged a 3% administrative fee that will be added to the selling price of each item.

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sun Apr 19, 2015 1:36 pm

Hope those of you who went to the auction today are having a great time and buying lots of aquarium items! ThumbsUp I myself do not really like auctions but would have loved to browse the tag sale and meet verbal (Jesse) and Damian Davila in person.  Maybe next time!  

To anyone who went - let us know how you liked it.  Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Sun Apr 19, 2015 9:38 pm

I wasn't able to go myself but NickB went and picked up some Pandas and some Pygmaues cories for me.
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:40 am

Thanks Tracey for heading up the tag sale. Thanks to the CVAS members who made the trip up. We had a pretty good turn out from the Richmond area.
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Mon Apr 20, 2015 10:24 pm

YES... it was a great time.

I got to see a lot of people I have not seen in a long, long time and I meet some new folks too!

I'm proud of myself, I only purchased one bag o' fish - 5 beautiful Brochis splendens breed by Frank Cowherd.

It was truly an all day event with massive amounts of everything aquarium...

The auctioneers for the event are all members of PVAS and hobbyist first, but they are very knowledgeable and did a great job keeping the auction alive and fun.

There were a number of great raffles to include those beautiful Discus that Jesse posted in an earlier thread - they were some of the most beautiful discus I have ever seen - $250.00 per fish I'm sure....

I was standing in line next to a young lady waiting for lunch, she was attending the event for the first time with her dad. She was a freshman at George Mason University attending school while living at home. She said they had just gotten into aquariums and had a couple of angels and 2 discus. She told me they purchased a ticket for the discus raffle and we're hopeful they would win... Guess who won a discus at the 3:00 Discus Raffle - yep, this young lady and her dad and they were so delighted and happy (who wouldn't be?) - it was great to see....

Thanks to to Verbal (Jesse) who was in charge of the auction and spent countless hours I am sure planning and preparing to make it a great event for the club, the purchasers and the sellers - great job Jesse!

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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Tue Apr 21, 2015 7:29 am

Tracey,

It was definitely a great event. I bought the Kordon breather bags in the tag sale. I'm not sure if you were the person taking care of items when I was there.


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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Tue Apr 21, 2015 7:34 am

@Nick_B wrote:
Tracey,

It was definitely a great event.  I bought the Kordon breather bags in the tag sale.  I'm not sure if you were the person taking care of items when I was there.


Yes Tracey is "Mr. Tag Sale" at the PVAS auctions. The tag sale has been a key part to the success of the PVAS auctions.
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PostSubject: Re: PVAS April Spring Auction - April 19th   Tue Apr 21, 2015 10:50 pm

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Tracey,

It was definitely a great event.  I bought the Kordon breather bags in the tag sale.  I'm not sure if you were the person taking care of items when I was there.


I remember seeing the breather bags, but I don't remember specifically checking them out.

I'm disappointed we didn't get to meet....

Really glad to hear you had a good time.

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