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  1. thanks frink, i'll give it a go
  2. Hi all, any idea on how to get rid of salt that has dried up on the outside of my hood, without scratching the plastic. Its a pain cheers clownie
  3. good one, keep the pics coming. any pics of the parents? theyre such a good lookin fish arent they cheers col
  4. not boring at all mate, sounds great. first of many spawns by the sound of it. the baby brine hatchery is easy, if i can do it.... good luck and post some pics if ya can cheers col
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  7. thanks guys, that post from pete, i only read that one yesterday and is v interesting/helpful. that friends n foes looks the goods, i'll see if that fits. cheers again
  8. hi all, just wondering if the site could have a facility to save your favourite breeders (you know what i mean ). reason being, i cant be buggered going thru the whole members list and manually keeping a record of breeders/enthusiasts on the gold coast. you forget who's who and not all the locations are identifiable on the posts (despite many requests). i cant get to the brisbane/sunshine coast area to purchase fish as much as i'd like to, hence the need to maybe have a "save as favourite" list, or something like that. whaddya reckon mods, do-able? just an idea col
  9. me too pete, me too. a very handy table that, one that i hope i dont need in the future cheers mate
  10. thanks guys, appreciate the reply. i'll get onto that straight away cheers col
  11. absolutely fantastic pics mate and beautiful fish, well done. a pleasure to look at col
  12. hi all a couple of days ago i came home after work and noticed my dom male dolphin's eyes were extended, sort of "pop-eye". he's not behaving normal also just hugging the top of the tank and not feeding. my guess is he mayve injured his head (as sometimes the fish "freak out" when you walk past the tank, god knows why??). i have five dolphins, i think 4 males, 1 female, approx 13-15 cms. i can only assume its an infection from a gash but....the others have had gashes before. NOW i look at him closely, his membrane under his extended eyes seem to have been broken/busted and are very red. any advice as to treatment? i'd prefer not to lose him as they take ages to get to the size they are. i'll attach pics if i can. if they dont work and you think you may be able to help, i'll attach via email. they are hopeless pictures also but hopefully you'll get the idea. in the second pic, its the dolphin just above the maingano thanks all col
  13. alana, i pm'd you and recvd no reply. as gofast mentioned, do a water change before you go, maybe measure your food out (good idea gofast) and things should be fine. good luck col
  14. hey smiley i'm ALWAYS checking for ziggys posts, sounds like he has some top quality tangs. a 3 hr trip for me tho...bugger
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