Aquarium Clubs & Societies
INTERNATIONAL  AQUARIUM  CLUBS  &  SOCIETIES

INTERNATIONAL AQUARIUM CLUBS & SOCIETIES

Cichlids

Cichlids

AMERICAN CICHLID ASSOCIATION-Largest aquarium hobby specialty organization in North America. Visit www.cichlid.org and click "Memberships" to find out how. Join today.
Plants

Plants

The AQUATIC GARDENERS ASSOCIATION, the world's largest English-language planted aquarium organization is growing with the hobby and would like you to grow with us. Visit www.aquatic-gardeners.org for more information or to join. Membership includes free subscription to our journal, The Aquatic Gardener. By mail, send $20 (US/Canada/Mexico) $23 (Other countries)to P.O. Box 51536 Denton, TX 76206.
Livebearers

Livebearers

AMERICAN LIVEBEARER ASSOCIATION-Bi-monthly publications, species maintenance program, access to various types of livebearers, annual convention, special publications, slides, and more. For more information, contact: Timothy Brady, 5 Zerbe St., Cressona, PA 17929-1513; http://livebearers.org.
Guppies

Guppies

INTERNATIONAL FANCY GUPPY ASSOCIATION (IFGA)- Monthly publication; show circuit; many local clubs. For more information, contact Bill Carwile,921 Calohan Rd., Rustburg, VA 24588; (434)821-3351; www.ifga.org
Aquatic Medicine

Aquatic Medicine

The INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR AQUATIC ANIMAL MEDICINE (IAAAM)- Professionals interested in aquatic animal medicine, teaching, research, husbandry and management. Membership includes newsletter, annual conference, online forums and member directory. Visit us at www.iaaam.org
Bettas

Bettas

INTERNATIONAL BETTA CONGRESS (IBC)
Goldfish

Goldfish

GOLDFISH SOCIETY OF AMERICA- $25/year includes bi-monthly magazine. P.O. Box 551373 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33355; info@goldfishsociety.org; www.goldfishsociety.org
Marine

Marine

MARINE AQUARIUM COUNCIL (MAC)- Responsible marine aquarists wanting a healty future for their hobby look to the council for a sustainable trade in marine aquarium organisms. Purchase quality marine animals from industries complying with international standards for best practices. Visit www.aquariumcouncil.org