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About greenterra

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  1. A bit of a read but it tells it straight. https://www.southeastern.edu/acad_research/depts/biol/faculty/publications/pdf/2011/mcmahan_et_al2011.pdf
  2. Most bodies can perform. It is the glass that makes the real difference. Give me a cheaper body with good glass than a dear body with cheap standard glass any day.Some of my best macro shots have been taken with my cheaper 450D;)
  3. The 2 best managuensis I have kept so far. The first at around 17" and the 2nd at 16". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNVvX0GR_Sg&list=TLjLODSfYsk_b0n1jI-8ZSpsOQ9XVHlaL9
  4. Last boy I had. I have always had a soft spot for these. They are actually under the same classification as Paraneetroplus melanurus now.
  5. Good old Slate sweetlip (Mother in law). Actually not a bad chew if bled and prepared correctly. Nice pics.
  6. Great width but I wouldn't be too keen on the height. As for getting it into a house, I'd just remove a window.
  7. Practice makes perfect. I'd be using auto focus and get as much light as possible above the tank. In case you haven't read it, this might help. http://www.qldaf.com/forums/photography-video-lounge-23/aquatic-photography-101-a-77122/
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  9. Got some pretty decent work going on here Matt! Especially love some of the macro work.
  10. Personally I don't think the salt addition is at a high enough dose for this to be of concern. When salt in the mix produces Gold Saums like this which is mostly a soft water SA cichlid, I'll use it all day long. As you can see. It sure as hell never hurt the fish. Also, many freshwater species are also found in lower reaches which have higher salinity. Not all of them are land locked. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QFzEeTcqI8&list=TLLlMXeV--7wQbAkKR3p0KaF1XftySzYdD
  11. Hand polish it with a fine grade auto polish. Just be sure to wash the tank well afterwards.
  12. My bad.....100gal as in gallons. 20 cups per litre would brine anything lol.
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