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  1. Darwin Algae Shrimp (DAS) unfortunately they are near impossible to breed due to their larvae stage requiring brackish water and green diatoms... I doubt you'll find a reliable source in Brisbane. Darwin Red Nose (DRN) shrimp however could be bred (not prolific) in freshwater and again I doubt you'll find a reliable source in Brisbane. Best source I know of is Dave from Aquagreen in NT. https://www.aquagreen.com.au/catalog.html
  2. Hi, I have sent you a private message. Cheers.
  3. Thanks mate. Glad you are happy with them.
  4. Size: ~6-7cm. $20 each. Only two left as per photo below. Pick up can be arranged from Herston or Birkdale, or add $25 for express post in foam box.
  5. Hey Chris, Thanks for your kind words. Great to know you are happy with the fish and they have settled in well. Feel free to ask any question mate and hope you heal up well soon. Cheers, JC
  6. Very healthy, locally bred and tank raised Corydoras Green Laser CW009. Size: TL ~2.5cm - 3cm 6 for $180 10 for $250 Pick up can be arranged from Herston or Birkdale, or add $25 for express post in foam box.
  7. Sounds like you are planning to go for a high-ish tech planted tank assuming you're planning on a compressed CO2 unit and not the DIY sugar + yeast setup. CO2Art from UK has premuim CO2 regulators and good quality needle valves for precise bubble rate adjustment but the cheaper units do fine as well but may have less sensitive needle valves. Substrate wise for planted tanks, if you are planning to go Dutch style, you'll probably be fine with most substrate since most stem plants are water column feeder so a good quality liquid fert would suffice. For other styles e.g. jungle, iwagumi, etc. and for heavy root feeders e.g. cryptocoryne, echinodorus, etc., the current go-to substrate would probably be ADA Amazonia (Normal or Fine), Fine version would be easier for carpeting plants with small roots but you'll need it to be established before introducing larger type corydoras; any of the 3 species of dwarf corydoras would be fine. ADA Amazonia does require a lengthy cycling period due to ammonia leeching so it would be best to start the cycling process early before introducing live stock. Fully adjustable full spectrum LED lights would be ideal. Check out MakeMyLED, a SA company which specialises in lights for planted tanks. Good luck and enjoy the hobby!
  8. Great price for the cylinders. I like CO2Art and Dupla dual stage regulators. I have both and can't fault them. Be sure to check them out.
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