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Mone

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  • Birthday 18/06/1976

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    Brisbane - The Gap
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    Queensland

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  1. Hi @Tobz how did you go sourcing some cyps? I am also in the market so if anyone has any or if you got more answers than you can buy pass them my way. Thanks
  2. I have tried to use one and didn't find them very good at all.
  3. I am in IT and can donate time to help get upgrades and the like done
  4. I never strip mine or separate I just let them spit in the same tank. It is awesome to watch the little guys school on their own and when they get big enough they join the main school. I have done this with Macrops, xenotilapia and foai kapampa in the tank, survival rates are pretty good. I have a 6x2x2 tank and plenty of rock(which makes a pain in the but to catch but gives the fry plenty of hiding spots if the need it).
  5. Here is my latest remodel, for Tangs I like a natural rockscape on sand. You can play a bit with the colour or type of stone and sand, over the years I have had fine white beach sand, to black gravel to river sand which is currently in the tank. For Stone, I have had sand stone, granite and now lava rock. I am thinking of going back to a granite and maybe a blue type this time. The tank is 6x2x2. Edits are for trying to rotate the images sorry.
  6. current pics before I added fish I love how kids have come along since you started lol. Also I think your rock placement is a little off, I do like the tank though.
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  8. Don't put an 8ft in, it won't fit, maybe a 4ft will fit in but depends on width(that's what she said)
  9. I have thought about that as a next step billfish Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have the same problem Tejay it has only been in the last year that this has seemed to come on. Constant water changes keep it in check and have been trying various other methods like carbon dosing with easycarbo. Seems to help as well
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  13. Could be this one I think rather than 190 My L027 Panaque sp.
  14. they are gudgeons of some sort, not to sure what though
  15. Cyprichromis leptosoma's are called the sardine cichlid. It used to be a common name for them and yes you can get a boat ton of different variants in Australia and Brisbane.
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