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bestfish

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  • Birthday 16/12/1983

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  1. hey mate check the sponsors to this site. in brisbane i am sure that russ at redlands pet centre will look after you. tell him you are on this site. brad.
  2. hey mate cant really help out too much here. i have heard that people who paint there tanks use anything from blackboard paint to spray paint. if spray paint do several even coats. if blackboard paint i think that only one coat is required. it doesnt necessarily have to be aquarium safe as you will paint the outside of the tank just be careful not to spill any on the inside of the tank. i personally like black as a colour and believe that any dark colours look nicer then the lighter colours. brad.
  3. well i got some today, i didnt know how to sex them either did the fella working there so i just got two of them. they said there werent blue ones so i got opaque or something. anyway they are confirmed hydra eaters. straight away they got into it. maybe because they were anorexic as it was lol.
  4. hey brenda, i replied on plecofanatics as well but for those that dont go on there. i suggest that rather then doing small water changes replace them or one of these with a larger water change at least 30%. i find that this is more likely to result in a spawn. does the male live in one of those logs or just lives here there and everywhere?
  5. thanks guys for the help, i might go to the LFS and get a couple of females to see what they can do. thanks, brad.
  6. i am sorry to hear that guys. it is bad enough to lose a fish let alone so many "nice ones" i hope that the rest of the fish are ok. brad.
  7. hey everyone i am not sure where to put this so please feel free to move this to the correct position. i have an outbreak of hydra and planaria in one of my tanks, it would appear that a certain filter wasnt working (not dropping any names lol) anyway i need something to eat it and hear that blue gouramis are the go. ok so my question is are they angry fish? as in i have some 3cm + L numbers in the tank and do not want these attacked in anyway. will a blue gourami attack them at all. if not how many would you reccomend for a 4x2x2 to control these pests, i was thinking 5ish. ok next where in brissy has good ones? i dont want to breed these or anything like that but the tank is a display and i dont want ugly things in there lol. i also have some endler guppies in there and over 20 3cm+ L numbers and now have the filter going for how long. is there any tips that i should be doing other then alot of small water changes and gravel cleans to get rid of the problem. thanks, brad.
  8. hey mate that looks like some good fish you have there. nice looking tank too.
  9. hey jase, what food do you feed? i know that certain foods (usually cheaper ones) lead to bloat in bn. are you water conditions ok or are they on the bad side so to say. brad.
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  14. hey marc i have no idea what went wrong. i suggested to move them to another tank as there was a few nice plump albino females and the males were not really "living" in the caves so i told him to put a male and the fatter females in a 2ft tank he had spare as that would more then likely get them to spawn. did they look beaten up at all?
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