You're welcome, I'm looking forward to seeing everyone. Brad, thanks for the glowing description, I hope the reality lives up to it!
I will have two unusual items for the plant (and fish) trade. First, five young bristlenose plecos, 1" to 3". These common brown short finned form. My incredibly prolific pair have been at it again, and there are more small junveniles if anyone is interested in those.
Second, young pond-grown plants of Nymphaea micrantha
'Geflect', the so-called tricolor lotus. Here is a good article on the species: http://www.flowgrow.de/db/aquaticpla...antha-gefleckt
These are fairly easy plants to grow, but need special conditions for propagation that are difficult to provide in an aquarium. You can see them in two of my tanks in their submerged form. The ones for trade are in the emersed form, with floating leaves. They will make the transition to submerged form when planted in an aquarium. They need medium light, a fertile substrate, and lots of room.
I don't want to catch the plecos or uproot the water lilies unless someone wants them, so let me know if you are interested.