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The Angelfish Study Group

The Angelfish Study Group .:TASG:. -- is dedicated to the dissemination of information relating to the the genus Pterophyllum (angelfish), with particular emphasis on research, conservation, maintenance and breeding in captivity.

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The purpose of The Angelfish Study Group is to advance the propagation, study and conservation of angelfish (Pterophyllum) and to promote fellowship amongst its members.

TASG hopes to maintain a number of programs to further these aims such as research and educational participation, contests, fund raising activities, and sponsorships. Other programs will include the collaboration of local, national and international club & societies worldwide, promoting the interest in keeping, breeding, and the educational exhibition of Angelfish. Additionally, the exchange of ideas, meeting new people, and distribution of information concerning angelfish is of primary interest.

If you should be interested in becoming a "speaker" for Finarama, please contact us at info@finarama.com

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We invite you to look around our web pages and have fun. Please keep in mind that these pages are intended to be ever evolving. We will have new features frequently, so visit periodically to see what's new from TASG!

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We here at TASG wish to recognize the following people who have greatly enhanced our knowledge of the Pterophyllum (angelfish) species through their hard work and dedication with angelfish.

Dr. Herbert R. Axelrod, for the many outstanding books and adventuresome articles he has written on the Pterophyllum species. As a major contributor to the hobby and founder of Tropical Fish Hobbyist (TFH) magazine, he has brought excitement and enthusiasm regarding taxonomy, nomenclature, and breeding of the wild Pterophyllum species. His articles has inspired many to pursue "the wild side" of the hobby!

Dr. Joanne Norton. Between May of 1982 and March of 1994, Dr. Joanne Norton published 18 genetics articles (angelfish) in Freshwater And Marine Aquarium (FAMA) magazine. Today, Dr. Norton's work is recognized by Angelfish breeders as a significant accomplishment in Angelfish genetics.

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