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    Crestmead, South Brissy 044 900 94 98
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    Also known as Suckerfish Su / Su Su
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  1. Cheers everyone for your suggestions and help. Much appreciated.
  2. Well that all depends on price really.
  3. Hi everyone I am chasing any Endlers apart from these ones.. French Blue Star, Taiwanese Blue Star and Emerald Exotic Tigers which I already have. I am after anything exceptional. Please inbox me.
  4. Awesome stuff Pet City
  5. L333 are meat eaters. They should be on carnivore pellets. It's a wonder they are alive. Forget the algae wafers and zucchini. Also use sponge filters instead of a canister.
  6. Hey Travis ... is it at all possible for u to send me pics to my mobile please of the different sort of guppies u hve for sale and how much ea? Cheers 044 900 94 98

  7. Re yr 202 trio. How much r y asking also can u please send pics to my mobile 0449009498. Cheers

  8. Ok I have found out they need to be injected with hormones to spawn. Just after advice not criticism.
  9. Re: Synodontis Ornatipinnis. What I need to know is firstly how rare are these catfish? Secondly, I know they had them at a lfs for $700 ea and I just recently purchased 2 for $300+ YET some one is claiming they can sell juvies for $8 - $15 but has no photos to prove the fry. I find that price for the juvies absolutely ridiculous and I think this person must be pulling their chain. Or should I say... does that sound feasible? Anyway.... any feedback would be appreciated as they are an awesome Catfish. Not looking into getting into conflict over this... just wld like advice.
  10. Hey hi there. I'm just wondering whether or not you still have your 3 Synodontis Ornatipinnis?

  11. sej66

    Have u still got that orange spot bn for sale?

  12. About yr orange spot bn. How much for the pair hun?

  13. I'm interested bulldrag76. would like to pick up today. 0449009498 give me a quick call as cashed up

  14. It's not often that I reply to a thread but in this case I will, because you are trying so hard to do the right thing. I'm going to break this down for you as simply as I can. First of all... your 60L tank is way to small to raise a large quantity of fry successfully. The bigger the tank the better. IBC's are perfect for raising fry. Feed small amounts twice a day. Preferably once in the morning and once a night. Re: Dechlorinator, one word PRIME. Re: Water Change and I believe this is where your problem lies!!!! DO NOT syphon the bottom of the tank with FRY. It stirs the water up to much for FRY. Remove about 30L once a week only from the TOP. Don't worry about the bottom at all until the fry are at least 3cm. When you refill do it gradually and slowly over a period of time Temp must be at 28 degree and I always salt my water. One or 2 bubblers are a must. Also run a fine sponge filter or a twin bio filter and "YOU SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEMS AT ALL" LESS IS MORE so to speak. You are doing to much and the fry can't handle it!!!! You may have a few more deaths initially but if you follow what I have said, everything will be fine. PM me how you go. Cheers
  15. This is a copy and paste job off the net. > A few missing scales in some places are normal but if it's a lot, then there's an issue!!!! This person came up with two possibilities: dirty water or that they have a protozoan infestation called Chilodonella. Most of the time this occurs when the water is bad. (Well even if your fish does have Chilodonella, this is from dirty water anyway. Maybe you spilled a chemical in the water without knowing.) Chilodonella This is more likely the possibility if you see your fish jerking (also called flashing) or rubbing its sides on any tank ornaments (reported more than once, fish have been seen doing "flips," but really they are scratching their sides on the bottom surface of the tank. Sometimes, the stress is visibly obvious, as these little parasites attach themselves on to the fish and somehow dis-attach the scales from the body). There's more information here with the cure: Chilodonella Disease Education from FishVet, Inc. I hope I helped you
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