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PeterJ

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  7. Yup, looks like the one's that I've occasionally seen in with blackworms.
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  11. Ta - that's why I asked for the catchment rather than the creek . You might do better with purplespots at night, shine a good torch in their face and they'll quite often sit still for you.
  12. Ferts that are good for your plants are good for green algae too. You might want to ease back on the dosing as much as you can without giving your plants grief.
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  14. I'm stuck here minding kids - would love to see some pics if anyone has some to post.
  15. He just keeps them coming. This one is from Barramundi Gorge. Looks like a fantastic spot with awesome fish - the only fish that isn't quite awesome is the barra that looks like he's overdue for a feed, probably waiting for the wet... Maguk (Barramundi Gorge), Kakadu National Park
  16. Can I ask what catchment they came from and if you're planning to breed them? We're trying to encourage people to keep local natives (especially those that are disappearing from urban areas, like Rhads) in their backyard ponds or farm dams so it's nice to know what's around.
  17. Seems to be 2 threads going - try the other one: http://www.qldaf.com/forums/general-aquarium-discussion-19/collecting-brisbane-106426/#post707006
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  24. No dramas - most bows will eat their fry. If you provide an area at the surface that the adults can't get to, either with thick planting or a floating basket, you can get away with keeping them together though you won't get as many survivors.
  25. ANGFA meeting Friday week. Not exactly tons of fish, but what comes along is often rare, bred by locals, and good quality (and generally go for lower prices than anywhere else because we're a bunch of TABs). Calendar of Events » ANGFA Queensland
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