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PeterJ

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  1. Pete, hey Phil here. Long story short I just lost all my Running River rainbows that I bought at last ANGFA meeting. Devastated all dead + fry and a big f#$k off dead cane toad in the pond. Wondering if you know anyone who has some.

     

    Thx,

     

    Phil

  2. Yeah mate, looking around some rhad spots in Redlands. Karl's first go at organising a field trip so give him a bell to register (0437777380).
  3. Come along with some locals. https://www.facebook.com/events/1739249556297782/
  4. PeterJ

    ANGFA Forum Access

    Only for rainbows, but excellent reference information here: http://rainbowfish.angfaqld.org.au/Melano.htm
  5. PeterJ

    ANGFA Forum Access

    Thanks Roo, those are all ANGFA Qld contacts but the forum is run by ANGFA's national group. They've just had their AGM and I'm not sure who's looking after the forum now. Their contact page is here - http://www.angfa.org.au/contact-us.html.
  6. Took the first 60 Eprapah Ck Rhads to our new facility at Indigiscapes this weekend. Serpentine Ck will be next and a couple more Redlands Rhads after that. https://www.facebook.com/angfaqld/videos/vb.228678110675319/433518010191327/
  7. I'd imagine they'd try to latch on to anything, even if it was too big to eat - and anything seriously bigger may find a wriggling juvie snake too enticing... Maybe you could go the other way and try to get something to small for them to grab. I'm not sure what size you call juvies, but you could try some firetail gudgeons as a test because they're cheap and easy to get hold of. Maybe something fast like pacific blue-eyes would stay out of their way...
  8. Some nice bows at the auction - breeding colonies of Utchees and Kangaroo Ck looked impressive in the bags. There's a peak here for facebookers - not you [MENTION=3726]grubby[/MENTION], I know how you feel about that sort of thing https://www.facebook.com/notes/394616647414797/
  9. Some nice bows at the auction - breeding colonies of Utchees and Kangaroo Ck looked impressive in the bags. There's a peak here for facebookers - not you [MENTION=3726]grubby[/MENTION], I know how you feel about that sort of thing https://www.facebook.com/notes/394616647414797/
  10. Potamogetons (crispus, tricarinatus, and perfoliatus are all SEQ local). Milfoils (Myriophyllum) though I'm no good with IDs. Hornwort (Ceratophyllum demersum). Elatine gratioloides. Hydrocotyle tripartita. There are a few different forms of Val as well.
  11. I don't have a copy of the video, but here's a link to the post if anyone's keen. https://www.facebook.com/angfaqld/posts/367526873457108
  12. Dip net in the right spot (especially after dark) will usually do better than a bait trap.
  13. Sorry everyone, the weather has beaten us again. BCC has had to cancel tomorrow but will be trying to organize another day in the next few weeks.
  14. Sorry dude not defensive, cheap shot coz you made me laugh .
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