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The Tech Den

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  1. Have a whole bunch of special buys - this would be the pick - Prime 1 litre $34.95 Also Stability 325ml $12.96 Prime 325ml $12.96 Here are a couple of links and don't forget our 10% off for QLDAF members and just $7.50 delivery. When you go to our website at the bottom of each page is a option for "staying connected with us" pop in your email and you will get the specials emailed every time we run the monthly specials - a go way of not missing out on some hot deals. http://www.thetechden.com.au/This_Months_SPECIALS_s/2118.htm http://www.thetechden.com.au/dealoftheday.asp
  2. Oh n Ray - I think your telling fibs, everyone can tell those algae magnets are only good for 10mm glass n your undie ones would need to be at good for at least 20-25mm glass.
  3. Well if you want to move em out nothin better than on a algae scrubber. We have the same problem and have some from Living Reef and wondered why they were swimming vertically to the surface. Ours was similar in a community but they chose the intake tube. Sometimes when you don't want em to breed they do and when you want them to they don't - that's nature...but good to watch, well until the catties get a protein hit.
  4. Did you rule out the new 80 model?
  5. There was no cheating was there. No one was wearing a blackworm necklace?
  6. Poop city.
  7. Nice, is the flatfish bug comming back. Its pretty cool grabbing a bit of wood and watching 30 or 40 of them drop off.
  8. Something a little rarer - Brochis Multiradiatus Cory - these guys are massive. Check these guys out - Hognose. These are a German import. @wickky Topping the scale at 21mm Galazy Rasbora's - these are really nice little guys.
  9. They are different. Can you get your Dad to give me a call tomorrow. I picked up something else he might be keen on.
  10. Freshwater Dolphin Fish Electric Blue Yabby
  11. Problem when you visit a wholesaler - I want that n that n that n some of them and they look cool. Anyway there are a couple I will pop up as I go through them.
  12. I don't know about if but more when. I think this is going to be a big wakeup call but might be a bit late. Add in the whitespot and things are not looking too flash at the moment. They are talking about not targeting certain fish for capture to help with the target algae issue but feel there will be a unwinable situation. Too bigger influx, too quick.
  13. Yeah it is widespread. Doesn't the Great Barrier Reef get it revision this week or next week - it might end up endangered.Cyclone season is about to hit and impact too.
  14. I don't know where those photo's were taken but was only speaking to a collector yesterday and he mentioned that they were finding similar off Gladstone and worse they have seen - years gone past there was a little bit of the bleaching and they found new areas but there have not been the new areas to find recently. I believe there are a few more reports for further north.
  15. Thanks for the shout out Ray. Great seeing it coming along in steps and look forward to see the cabinet and hood come together to top it off. 3 weeks for discus hey..bit of wait but your not leaving anything to chance - nice work and look forward to the final step - then time to enjoy..