The Angelfish Society was founded in 2000 and became incorporated in March 2003 as
a not-for-profit corporation.
We are a collection of Angelfish enthusiasts, hobbyists and breeders who are
interested in the advancement of our hobby, through improvements in the quality
of the fish we keep and breed, by employing the standards which this society has
implemented and will continue to develop.
Our founding membership came from the Angelfish Forum where the idea evolved that
a set of standards used throughout the hobby would benefit not only the Angelfish,
but also the professional breeders, hobbyists and enthusiasts who enjoy these
wonderful freshwater fish.
The Angelfish Society is dedicated to the enhancement of the Angelfish through
high quality breeding programs using standards established by the society.
Planning on entering your angelfish in the TAS Angelfish show? It is very
easy to submit an entry. Just follow these steps:
- Enter your angelfish in the ACA Show. All angelfish in the TAS show must
first be entered in the ACA show. Go to
ACA Show for convention information or registration details.
- Register your angelfish in the TAS show at the TAS Table at the ACA
convention. Check in at the TAS Table after you arrive and get your angelfish
settled in their tank(s). If you are not sure what TAS class your angelfish
belongs in, TAS show staff will help place your fish in the correct class.
Non-TAS members can enter the TAS show at a five dollar enty fee per fish
(membership to TAS is five dollars and is the route most exibitors take)
The Angelfish Society Show Rules
- All angelfish entered in the TAS Angelfish Show must also be entered into
the ACA 2013 Fish Show
- TAS reserves the right to reclassify angelfish prior to commencing the
- A person may enter an angelfish in more than one event if applicable
- For help in determining the correct class, please refer to The TAS Phenotype
Library. If you are not certain which class applies, TAS staff will assist in
assigning the class at the convention