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Choc Gourami

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    Redbank
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    QLD

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    Fish, cars, video games, computers.
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    Print Room Supervisor
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  7. I just had a big lot of eggs kicked out as well and I put them in a plastic sieve floating in the top of the parents tank with a sponge filter bubbling underneath. Worked a treat.
  8. Here's a couple of pics of my community tank. http://i963.photobucket.com/albums/ae117/KiwiNig/Fish/Community2.jpg http://i963.photobucket.com/albums/ae117/KiwiNig/Fish/Community1.jpg
  9. Fishchicks has definitely got some nice guppies. I bought a trio of full red high dorsal just before xmas and now have around 60 fry. Fish :: Maleguppy.jpg picture by KiwiNig - Photobucket Fish :: Femaleguppy.jpg picture by KiwiNig - Photobucket
  10. You don't have to use slate. I used some short lengths of 25mm irrigation pipe that I had left over from my sump install. I used some small suction cups and just stuck them to the side of the tank.
  11. Is there one available that you can plug the heater into? That way it would work all the time with it's own thermostat but if it went over temp the power would be cut to the heater.
  12. Hey Tim use some rolls of gutter guard with a zip tie around each one. Way cheaper.
  13. I vaguely remember reading on fnzas.org.nz about these. I think they have them in NZ.
  14. Should be easy to fix. All you need to do is cut off the old silicone inside the tank on the edge that's leaking and then put a new bead of silicone along the edge. Then just wait for it to cure.
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