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  1. Bloody Nora! That thing is enormous
  2. Not so sure about this. Juvenile Tandanus tandanus in the wild are quite well known to prey on smaller fishes. A 10 cm catfish could easily eat a 3 cm perch. But hey, I agree the hungry little cod will certainly be the biggest risk to anything else in their company. Best of luck.
  3. I was always a big fan of using metho for cleaning glass. Very very good Best of luck with the project. Painted backgrounds look the bomb. Cheers, oh and PS- hi to all the old time QLDAF-ers. It's been a long while since I lurked on the forum.
  4. Yep thanks Donny, it was a lovely setup... *sniffles*... miss it now
  5. x 2. A few months ago Dennison quoted me a very good price for a 6x3x2. He seems like a very easy going fellow and will work with you on specific tank requirements. Call or email him and I'm sure he will get back to you with some great information.
  6. Most Aussie natives do quite well in relatively shallow (height) tanks provided there is ample width i.e. swimming footprint. I would recommend the largest tank you can get, with more emphasis on front to back distance rather than top to bottom. This feature will also potentially save you money in terms of glass thickness. Cheers, Nige
  7. Crams description is the way to go (I've had about three of those 2217's over the years and currently two of the big 2260 canisters, and this procedure works for all of them). Best of luck Cheers, Nige
  8. Hi all, Haven't been on the forum for a few months... When I was running my 8x2x2 I used two Eheim 2260 canisters. I had one filter (with both intake and outlet for that single filter) at each end of the tank. I had flow directed toward the surface and got great agitation of the water surface, excellent water movement throughout the tank and was very happy with the setup. Good luck Cheers, Nige
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