Spawning Report Submission Form
How to use this form
Simply fill out the form below and click send. The fields are suggestions for information that help to make the database somewhat uniform, but it is not necessary to fill in every item. Please be as complete as possible. Don’t worry about the size of the frames for input – they should automatically expand as necessary and we will see all your text when you send us the electronic version. If you have information which doesn’t seem to “fit” anywhere, simply insert it at the most relevant location, create your own frame, or type the information at the end of the form.
Your completed form will be sent via email to us. Please be advised that you will receive a reply only if your submission is accepted. As you can imagine, we receive numerous submissions every year and are only able to accept the very best and most complete Spawning Reports. Please allow us some time to send out your Spawning Report to our reviewers and receive their comments. All submissions are greatly appreciated!
If your report is accepted, we will contact you for additional photos and materials needed for us to create your Registry page from the information you have provided. Original photos or links to videos created by you and posted to sites such as YouTube are also greatly appreciated. By sending these to us, you are granting The Breeder’s Registry permission to use your material on this website and on other websites such as Facebook and Twitter, printed media such as fliers or newsletters and electronic media such as staff PowerPoint presentations and email updates we may use to promote aquarium propagation and The Breeder’s Registry – Thank you!
Spawning Report Form
Thank you for registering as a Breeder in the database. If information is not available, write n/a. If the information is an approximation, place a tilde ( ~ ) in front of the data. If the information requested does not apply, leave blank. References to times should be relative to your photoperiod. This form is purposely designed to be “generic” and is applicable to fishes and invertebrates; so all fields may not be relevant. This was done to reduce paperwork and help conserve resources.