Ronald M. Coleman: Donations and Support
Updated: October 4, 2015
Various manufacturers, organizations and individuals have generously supported the work of myself and my students over the years.
If you have new or good quality equipment that we might use, please let me know.
I would like to thank the following people and companies for their help.
Jim Ellenberger (donated equipment)
Marineland Aquarium Products (equipment donations)
Rohlf C. Hagen, Inc. (equipment donations)
Duboisi.com (discounted equipment)
Capitol Aquarium, Sacramento (discounted equipment)
1920 29TH St., Sacramento, CA 95816-7398;
Troy Hanson (aquarium and equipment)
Hikari USA (fish food)
Aquatic Specialties and Pets (ASAP),
31640 Hayman St., Hayward, CA 94544, 510-477-9683
Pam and Gary Chin
San Jose, CA
San Francisco, CA
Ohio Cichlid Association (Jim Smith fund)
Pacific Coast Cichlid Association (research grants, Cichlid Egg Project)
American Cichlid Association (research grants)
Fisheries Society of the British Isles (research grants)
WaterForum (research grants)
If you are seriously interested in, and able to afford, supporting a research expedition and would like to go along with me to Central America, South America, or Africa, email me and we can discuss it. Field research is not Club Med but it is a unique and fascinating experience. You would need to be physically fit and either able to snorkel or willing to learn. What does it cost? It costs roughly $3000-$5000 for a few weeks in the field in Central America (airfare, ground transportation, accomodation).