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Gonzo

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  1. Hi guys and girls getting back into the breeding side of things again and wondering if anyone has successfully bred pimelodus pictus ( pictus cats) yet? i used to breed a few rare fish and these are my next endeavour lol. AF55C4C9-9EAB-4827-BDA9-65DB0AD2A473.MOV
  2. Yeah my last custom marine tank was made by him. I want something near and modern looking
  3. Looking for something like a fluval edge or something similar. What's out there these days? I'm looking for something around the 4x20x20 size or similar. Thanks for any suggestions. Going to sell my ufo 880 and go something that fits in more with my decor. Adam
  4. looking for some SA cichlids that wont eat small fish or plants or harm the substrate in any way. love geos obviously but they will mess up my "riverbed" LOL. i know my choices are limited but cant remember the suitable fish? (firemouths, chocolates???) cant remember! tank is 72x24x18 and is like a fast flowing stream with river pebbles and fine sand mixed with fine gravel. tank inhabitants will be, 7-9 pictus cats 7 red line torpedo barbs 2 albino B/N 2 normal B/N 15 rummynose tetras 10 emperor tetras 30-40 cardinal tetras 5-7 columbian tetras 2-3 brazilian sole that's it for now with fish. plants are and will be, med-lge anubias on driftwood, java fern on driftwood and vallisnera sp. 1500lph canister and a 2800lph pump for circulation/stream :wink: any advice or ideas welcolme. adam where's the cichlid kid or Devil? LOL :wink:
  5. think they use lead to fix joins in water mains mate, not sure though bout ippy. brissy sometimes does, but it's old school now. adam
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  9. i personally wouldn't put anything in with them if they are breeding. put the bristlenose in a big bucket with an airfilter until you set up the new tank, then cycle the new tank with the whiptails water :wink: adam
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  11. you've lost me mate. i've never seen the big deal in fronnys i wouldn't keep em personally but hey each to their own :wink:
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  13. at the moment in my 6x18x24 i have, 5 albino pindani. 3 msuli pt acei. 3 P. spilonotus tanzania. 3 P. steveni taiwan. 1 A. ngara flametail. 1 C. moori. plan to add some yellows and sell the steveni, they seem to be all male , well at least 2 are. adam
  14. glosso, pygmy chain swords, mini anubias nana to name a few and i dont think fish eat them. :wink: adam
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