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    4 x 2 x 2 with quality equipment

    A price might be good
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    Wild caught kitumba

    All good mate some people do dribble lol
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    Plant pack for sale

    Plant pack for sale. All plants as seen in photo included in pack. All are low light, low maintenance. Grown in rainwater, ph 6 to 6.5, no co2. Everything is surplus out of my display tanks. Meet for pick up either Wamuran, Caboolture, Morayfield. Asking $40; shipping available at extra cost
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    To QLDAFers, Thanx for all your commiserations, now with Spring bouncing around it's time to peel off the blue cover and restart the Billabong to-do list. Ha! Cheers, Grover (Doesn't know what he's in for does he?)
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    Wild caught kitumba

    Well there you go little do some people on these Facebook sites know apologies @Stevefish.
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    FS clown Loaches x 5

    5 fat largish clown loaches for sale located Brassall Ipswich $150
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    FS L046 Zebra Plecos

    HI all, have some zebra plecos for sale. Size: 4-5cm Quantity: 12 Sex: unknown Price: $500 each Location: Chermside Pick up or freight available. PM or mobile 0417 610065 Cheers Gary
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    GPG Spot-lighting at Night (Part 1) Went for a wander with the torch last night, and see who I found floating next to a filter outlet - Yes! "G for George" in all his his grey glory ! He seems happy enough, but is extremely shy during the day. Grover (fish hunting by torch-light again later in the week)
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    Giant Pink Gourami – Billabong Bayou

    Automatic Fish Feeders... (for the Billabong???) Yes ! I think I've solved the problem of how to feed Giant Pink Gouramis (GPGs) for at least a week, while I gallivant all over Australia for an IT project (alright - so it's only South Australia as a destination, and even then it's the exciting, tourist-catchy town of... Whyalla ! ) The answer came to me (as most do) in the disguise of a problem. Sometime ago I reported that one of the islands had tried to turn turtle, but only got half-way and was lying on its side with the Elephant Ear leaves in the water. Inspiration strikes!!! The GPGs happily munched off most of the leaves over the next month or so - here is how it looks now. And, you can see that it is still very attractive to a hungry gourami! The plant root systems are embedded in the island structure, so if I get it floating flat again the plants should recover. Now for the bright idea - I have a second island with plants standing tall and proud. So, before I leave for sunny Adelaide (and the Wilds of Whyalla) tomorrow afternoon, I'm going to tip the island on its side and let the GPGs hoe into the plants while I'm away. Daughter #1 is busy and my niece can be a bit erratic in the feeding dept. at times. Ta Da ! = Automatic Fish Feeder for Giant Pink Gouramis (AFFGPG) Remember cobbers! You saw it here first! Grover (OK... now hit those Thanks, Ha Ha, Like, or even Confused icons... we need to up the ratings please :-) EDIT: Thank you crusty (Numero One supporter of GPGs); everyone just thinks the GPGs are clickbait... ha ha!
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    Death in the Billabong Sorry cobbers, there no easy way to say this - Grover has lost 8 GPGs over Winter. It appeared to be a combination of cold (the pool heat exchanger carked it at a critical time) and possibly injudicious choice of foodstuffs during the cold temperatures. Please, you can throw things at me, but I feel bad enough already. No pictures, as you all know what it like to lose special fish - I've had some of these since 2009/2010. No plans to replace them, but I will talk to some of the other QLDAFers who could take 5 or 6 as a chance to try their own breeding program. That should leave me with a few (less than 10 ) which might be a better school of fish. Grover PS: the bl**dy goldfish are thriving , growing and probably will multiply over Summer. If you want some send me a PM.
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