ALA Show Classes

ALA Show Classes

1. Guppy - Male Solid Color Tail, Delta Tail

2. Guppy - Male Variegated Color Tail, Delta Tail

3. Guppy - Male Other Tail Types

4. Guppy - Female

5. Mollies - Domestic Varieties and Hybrids - Color and/or finnage variations of either sailfin or shortfin type mollies

6. Mollies - Natural Species: Poecilia butleri, caucana, chica, gilli, gracilis, latipinna, mexicana, orri, petenensis, salvatoris, sphenops, velifera, etc.

7. Swordtails - Domestic, Common Finnage Xiphophorus helleri

8. Swordtails - Domestic, Fancy Finnage Xiphophorus helleri

9. Swordtails – Wild type: Xiphophorus alvarezi, birchmanni, clemenciae, cortezi, continens, kallmani, malinche, mayae, mixei, montezumae, monticolus, multilineatus, nezahuacoyotl, nigrensis, pygmaeus, signum, and helleri (with collection site information)

10. Variatus & Platies - Domestic, Common Finnage Xiphophorus variatus & X..maculatus

11. Variatus & Platies- Domestic, Fancy Finnage Xiphophorus variatus & X.maculatus

12. Platies - Wild type: Xiphophorus andersi, couchianus, evelynae, gordoni, milleri, meyeri, xiphidium, and variatus & maculatus (with collection site information)

13. Limias: caymenensis, dominicensis, melanogaster, miragoaensis, nigrofasciata, ornata,
perugiae, sulfurophila, tridens, versicolor, vitatta, zonata
, etc.

14. All other Poeciliid species: Alfaro, Belonesox, Brachyrhaphis, Carlhubbsia, Cnesterodon, Flexipinnis, Gambusia, Girardinus, Heterandria, Heterophallus, Neoheterandria, Phallichthys, Phallocerous, Poecilia (other than guppies & mollies listed above), micro-Poecilia, Poeciliopsis, Priapella, Priapicthys, Pseudopoecilia, Quintana, Scolichthys, Xenophallus, etc.

15. Goodeids - Torpedo Body Shape Allodontichthys, Allotoca, Ataenobius, Characodon, Girardinichthys, Goodea, Ilyodon, Xenotaenia, etc.

16. Goodeids - Deep Body Shape Alloophorus, Ameca, Chapalichthys, Skiffia, Xenoophorus, Xenotoca, Zoogoneticus, etc.

17. All Other Livebearers: Halfbeaks (Dermogenys, Nomorhamphus, Hemirhamphodon, Zenarchopterus, etc.), Anableps, Jenynsia, Stingrays, etc.

18. Pairs Class - Livebearers only male and female of the same species

19. Family Class - Livebearers parents and 10 or more fry under three months old. The fishes must have been bred by the exhibitor.

20. Livebearer photography
 

Special Show Awards
 
•    Chairman's Award - high point count

•    Best Domestic - Joanne Norton award

•    Best Wild type fish

•    Best Goodeid - Frances..Hubbs