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  1. 3 points
    Novice

    Show us your ferals

    Some more Pearls, this time from Lake Wivenhoe. The kids caught these just after dark at the Kipper creek access point a couple of nights ago. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  2. 2 points
    Cam07

    Show us your ferals

    Not good that there’s so many getting about won’t be to far in the future that there won’t be anything native left with so many irresponsible/couldn’t give a damn about anything people sad that my kids are growing up thinking freaks are normal fish
  3. 2 points
    pony-tail

    Show us your ferals

    They are ferals they are damaging to our natives they need to be removed - 2 fish is barely a start . Your ignorance is no less appalling than the fish being killed , If they go into somebody's tank either them or they're offspring could wind up back in our waterways . They have not as yet been declared noxious , but I believe they will in the not too distant future . Then it will be mandatory to kill them immediately on capture . Shame to kill such nice fish but it needs to be done .
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  5. 2 points
    snorock

    Dedicated "Full Tank Shot" Thread

    4x1.5x1.5 Planted PNG Natives Tank
  6. 2 points
    mcfry40

    My Calico S/f fry ( 1st batch)

    Fist batch 3 weeks old counted about 70 beautiful orange. 1m 3f thanks for looking.
  7. 2 points
    billfish

    Giant Pink Gourami – Billabong Bayou

    Does your boss hate u? Whyalla ......only thing to see there is the main road out..and the steel smelter...unless youre a fisherman then the best place to be is 10 km out to sea.............been there,seen it, didnt think much of it....left
  8. 1 point
    lloydashton

    Tropheus Murago Tz. fry

    Tropheus Murago Tz. fry Very rare 3 to 7cms 20 available $1000 Shipping available Pick up bellbird park Pic of fry and adult Please PM me for any questions or if you would like to buy any.
  9. 1 point
    lloydashton

    Frontosa Moba F1 Juvies x 9

    Frontosa Moba Juvies x 9 8 - 13cms $900 Shipping available. Pick up Bellbird Park. Please PM me for any questions or if you would like to buy any.
  10. 1 point
    Novice

    Show us your ferals

    I don't mind doing a bit of nocturnal dip netting. I "dispatched" a pair of Pearl Cichlids last night from Twin bridges, Brisbane River near Fernvale. Its my local, I only live just up the road. I'm used to seeing the tillys but these are the first Pearls I have managed to nail. I guess they were on a nest. Cheers, Dave. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  11. 1 point
    lloydashton

    Frontosa Bulombora F1 Fry

    Frontosa Bulombora F1 Fry 4-6cms $30ea Min buy 5 for pick up and 10 for shipping. Shipping available. Pick up Bellbird Park. Bulk buys available. Please PM me for any questions or if you would like to buy any.
  12. 1 point
    QldMick

    My Calico S/f fry ( 1st batch)

    im thinking more than one female has bread with your male for that many fry.
  13. 1 point
    Stoney

    FS L397 and L002 Fry

    I have some L002 and L397 fry available. L002 - 4 to 6cm $25 each or 10 for $200 L397 - 3 to 4cm $20 each or 10 for $150. Pick up is in Caboolture 4510. Please bring something to take them home in. Sorry no shipping.
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  16. 1 point
    tdj5

    skimmer for a natural pool

    sponge or a net
  17. 1 point
    Cam07

    QLDAF Ratings

    What’s that I don’t understand what am I looking for??????
  18. 1 point
    Cam07

    Giant Pink Gourami – Billabong Bayou

    The cuttlefish would be cool to see seen it on tv. Hated working down there though never could wait to get to airport to go.
  19. 1 point
    billfish

    Auction date for 2019

    good luck i asked same question about 3 weeks ago........someone i know said they seen the caboolture one is on feb 2 but i havent been able to confirm it Even QFAS website hasnt been updated as of last year these clubs run them to try and create some revenue..you would think someone would be delegated to inform us of the dates
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  21. 1 point
    And around the corner... was where I am staying. Apparently, it's an area famous for cuttlefish breeding. I've never seen any in a marine aquarium, only the white internal cuttlefish "shell" that you pick up on the beach and take home for the Budgie to sharpen its beak on. Grover (back in Brissie to the Billabong at the end of the week)
  22. 1 point
    So... this is where I am working this week.
  23. 1 point
    Just quietly, I may get to see the inside of the steelworks... THRILL !!! The accommodation is down by the beach - the Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn (I'm taking some good books to read whilst sitting and overlooking the pristine blue waters and sandy beaches; I expect it'll be just like sunny, tropical Qld beaches eh?). And an update on the AFFGPG Island is tipped over just waiting for GPG munching. Cheers, Grover (Off to the exotic locale of beach-side Whyalla - where it's only 41+ deg C )
  24. 1 point
    Slipshodman

    Diy sponge media

    personally Freddy i wouldn't risk something from a cheapo shop, you have no idea what chemicals lie within. A lot of sponges etc have antibacterials which will not be very good for your fish The sites sponsors have pretty good prices, i would suggest just buying from them either online or in store (you get 10% off being a QLDAF member)
  25. 1 point
    ozmo

    IBC Viewing Window

    I have been thinking of doing the same after my wife's comment... "I can see that the IBC is practical but it's ugly.". I had to hold back my initial kettle black reply and then I too went searching for info. Anyhow, have you seen this video @Harris.? Seems pretty straightforward.
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