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PeterJ

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  3. If you don't have anything loach sensitive I'd try a couple before going to copper.
  4. If you felt like planning ahead ANGFA Qld is scheduled for an Ipswich area field trip in August.
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  7. Local natives or if your into ferals - platties, swords, goodieds, flag killies, bronze/pepper/albino cories. Only hassle is it's getting a little late in the season and anything that's a bit touchy not outdoors already might have a challenge adjusting.
  8. Bread and vegemite or some cat biscuits do the trick for bait.
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  14. Quite a few of my swords have outgrown tanks. My outdoor tanks have oversize swords growing emerse in the filter and sump.
  15. Follow up on ABC Science as well Rainbow fish show who's the boldest › News in Science (ABC Science)
  16. Macrobrachium They like to murder sleeping fish but are happy to do it when they're awake too..
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  20. An interesting look at the differences between wild and captive bred rainbowfish behavior... Brainy courage of the rainbowfish I'd always assumed wild fish should be more skittish - I'll watch more closely from now on.
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  24. Only the generic one on their website (acp@aabio.com.au). I've sent them an email to see if we can tee up a talk at an ANGFA meeting so with a bit of luck we might get to meet them.
  25. Okay so not a shrimp, but close... The Australian Crayfish Project (a volunteer effort) has described a new species of dwarf cray. Just goes to show there's still plenty to learn. A new tiny species of crayfish from eastern Australia
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