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  2. Payment has been received from Tony in Newcastle and subadult colonies of electric yellows, red zebras, and maingano have been booked for shipment on Sunday morning with Qantas Freight. I was sorting through the remaining subadult maingano today and there were heaps of females holding, some I swore were males by their colour were holding huge mouthfuls. I just don't need any more fry myself, I already have hundreds, so will be offloading the rest of these to a wholesaler in the next couple of weeks, which will be a shame. This is a strain I have been linebreeding for a few years now and I haven't seen better maingano myself, even the females are really dark. If you want to breed some quality maingano, now is the time to organise to buy a colony. At this stage I have put aside the ones that were holding, so I can guarantee sexes in a colony of whatever size and sex ratio you want. Females are around 7cm and males around 7.5cm. I can email a short video of the actual fish in a holding tank. I can air freight out of Gold Coast airport with Qantas Freight. Contact via PM. Cheers, Doug
  3. just chasing 1 single dovii cichlid, ipswich area. please txt 0419790707 thanks...
  4. Does anyone have a 3 tier rack with 4x18x18 tanks for sale? Could be 3 or 6 tanks on the stand. Would prefer them to be plumbed with a sump but no must. The dimensions are firm unless the tanks are 4x2x18 LxWxH. Location around Brisbane area or Sunshine Coast.
  5. Ingredients, 1 (3kg) whole Jardini, cleaned sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste 2 (400g) tins chopped tomatoes 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley 1 clove garlic, crushed 1/2 cup (125ml) white wine 1 lemon, cut into wedges 4 sprigs fresh parsley Directions Preparation:10min › Cook:35min › Ready in:45min Preheat oven to 200 degrees C. Lightly oil an approximate 23x35cm baking dish. Season the Jardini inside and out with salt and pepper to taste, then place in baking dish. In a large bowl, combine tomatoes, olive oil, parsley and garlic. Spread evenly over the Jardini. Bake in preheated oven for 35 minutes or until fish flesh flakes easily. Baste during baking with the wine. Serve on a large platter garnished with lemon wedges and parsley sprigs.
  6. The cables behind my tanks are a mess and to find the right plugs to pull during water changes i want to label them. Just wondering if anyone has come up with a smart way of doing that. Thought of using masking tape with a marker. Any better ways out there?
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  8. Hi All, If anyone has some L144 breeders for sale please let me know. Open to LF, SF, blue or black eyes. Should be at least 6cm for SF or 8cm for LF. Located in Rothwell but happy to travel for the right deal.
  9. That's awesome....
  10. wtb peacock bass 20cm, on pellets PM price Someone locak to forest lake
  11. $225 make an offer!!!
  12. Great, mate I am fairly new to all this and only have 3 x 25 L tanks. Is this too small for these guys?
  13. My Jardini out grew his tank in just 12 months. I put him in an esky and took him to the local fishmonger and asked if they make fishcakes. Of course said the fishmonger. I said, you ripper! It's his birthday.
  14. I have 3 but i can get more
  15. I have some 4cm $15ea
  16. Totally agree, even with a betta the amount is pretty unbelievable (sometimes I wonder if he raids the fridge at night). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. I have comps 4cmI have orange heads 5cm, can get white and black calvus Morayfield
  18. Hope so ill get one then
  19. you need to know your pathogen Ich can only be killed off in the free swimming stage hence to heat to speed up the process of it getting to that stage increased aeration is required because you have increased heat otherwise the fish suffer oxygen depletion remove any carbon or other absorbing agents in the system first I run 2 courses of the treatment at the recommended dosage this way you pick up anything that might have missed the first cycle I use Aquasonic Ichonex as it doesn't affect Catfish or naked scaled fish and is Australian made Ich is transferable in water so anything that comes in contact with the affected tank can transfer the pathogen ..... nets and hands
  20. Any updates on the final design? Sent from my F1f using Tapatalk
  21. @Fishbitz about 20 to 30 left
  22. you got that write,right,wright, Dazz, ha ha
  23. embarrassed apologies
  24. Nope, you stopped replying to my messages.
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