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wombat

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  3. A pair of black calvus went for $185, and there was a "yellow" calvus on auction too - someone paid $30. Lots of multifaciatus, a few occies and a hecqui and like the others said, all the usual.
  4. If you have the box for the heater check what size aquarium it is recommended to heat. One brand of 300W heater will heat a larger volume of water than another depending on the quality (and price) of it.
  5. hehehe GS, actually they were taken with a FREE camera!! It was passed down to us when a family member upgraded. It is a Canon PowerShot S1, funny enough you can pick them up on eBay for around $150 now only thing is takes a bit of gettin used to because it doesn't have a macro function, but apparently the newer versions do.
  6. Thanks everyone! I found some more when I went through them a second time, here you go...
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  8. Thought I would share some pics I took today from Underwater World at Mooloolabah...
  9. They are great photos ! Thanks for sharing. Love the moliro, he looks so lovely.
  10. Thanks! Here is another one... (sorry to everyone that is getting bored of my photos)
  11. Here is another great pic I took of our Neolamprologus Leleupi, not a very clear photo but really good contrast....
  12. The dominant male is starting to "shudder" a fair bit, I think the girls might still be abit young. Thanks for the comments.
  13. Sorry for all the photos guys but I am test driving a new camera.... Hows this little fella coming in to land...
  14. Thanks Dan. Just updated my gallery now, didn't know quite how to do this so I hoped it worked
  15. They are Variabilichromis moori. http://www.cichlid-forum.com/profiles/s ... hp?id=1643 Yeah I am keeping a keen eye on the bristenose but luckily so is the mother I think if it is a problem would be easier to remove the slate and eggs than the bn at this stage.
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