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  1. Native Combo

    sleepy cod, Saratoga, large gudgeon, archers, mangrove jack until it outgrows the tank anything that the catfish cant eat
  2. Newbie

    Blacey88 you need to get your posts up to open access to the classifieds
  3. Anna what are the kH and gH levels ? Carbonate hardness is what stabilises the water parameters but also increases pH the pH levels will vary in a planted tank with plants absorbing and releasing CO2 You can buy demineralised water in 4lt contains at Woolies supermarkets that you can add to your pre conditioning drum for water changes to reduce kH levels and drop the pH drop a couple of containers in and test
  4. A lot of the American cichlids have been here that long they don't have a collection location another big American you could consider is Festae keep an eye on the classifieds here and also Petlink , Gumtree and some of the Facebook groups You may find adult or sub-adult one in a shop but usually only fry
  5. just wondering how many on here are going ? Expecting a great day with Spencer Jack , Jim Cumming from Canada out here and Dr Matthew McGee from Melb and there is rumour Steve Baines will be offering something for those going note it is at Toohey Forest Environmental Education Centre Nathan Campus of Griffith University S Ring Rd Nathan see the QLDFAS Facebook page for more details
  6. Festivum are a good companion species Keyholes are a very placid species
  7. 3 foot verse 4

    as soon as you go to 60cm high you go up in glass size and the price increases
  8. a few dead shrimp :(

    what sort of shrimp are they ? are they dead or is it just where they have moulted the shell off? I also think 30*C is a bit high for keeping shrimp happy
  9. just search plastic profile moulding
  10. Electric yellows

    see Doug @DFishkeeper he has quality fish
  11. Hi from the location in your profile Manalapan guessing you're in the USA New Jersey area did you get the tank set up and fish from the same pace and how long was the tank running before you added the fish I would be looking for a different aquarium that the one that supplied you with the fish and didn't explain about cycling the tank the choice of fish is not what I consider a good combination for a tank that size you would be better to just have the Tiger and Rosy barbs as they are hardy and won't out grow the tank like the Heckelli will have a look around for a dedicated aquarium rather than a pet store do you know what your local water parameters are ?
  12. Hi All if you are in Sydney this weekend and need a fish fix Saturday night this could be for you looking to start the fish raffle at 8.30 pm NSWCS AUGUST 2018 MEETING DETAILS DATE: Saturday 4th of August 2018 TIME: 7.30 pm Start WHERE: Nuwarra Public School, Mckay Ave, Moorebank NSW ENTRY: $2 per visitor over the age of 18 (non-members). Financial Members: Free WHAT'S ON THIS MONTH? ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING GIANT FISH RAFFLE MEMBER GIVEAWAYS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The current committee will stand down and nominations are to be made for the new committee! Financial members are able to vote, nominate and be nominated! If you want to get involved and be a part of the NSWCS committee - now is the time. We are looking for some fresh faces to join the committee for the coming year. If you would like to lend a hand and be a part of the organisation side of things for our meetings, why not join the committee??? GIANT FISH RAFFLE Our Giant Fish Raffle is back again for this year. There will be plenty of bags of fish in this raffle, so come along a try to win your ultimate bag of fish! We will release a list of fish we are expecting to have in the raffle - see the end of this post. Please note that the list is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. This Giant Fish Raffle works like a normal raffle - tickets need to be bought. If your number is called, you are able to take one bag of fish of your choice. Each number that gets called = one bag of fish. The number of fish will vary per bag. Raffle tickets will be available to be purchased on the night! 1 strip of 6 tickets - $5 11 strips of 6 tickets - $50 24 strips of 6 tickets - $100 LUCKY DOOR PRIZE There will be several member giveaways on the night. You need to be a financial member to receive the benefits so be sure to have your membership up to date. You are able to join as a member on the night, just see Nick at the door! TRADE TABLE & SUPPER TABLE The Trade Table will be open for all your fish needs. Food, bags and many other items available for sale! Ray will be able to help you out! Re-bagging Available For a $1 Sarah will be able to help you at the supper table. There will be plenty of food and drinks that can be purchased! ARTICLES???? Do you have any articles that our Editor, Chris Davis, could use for our Magazine? This is your chance to share what you have! Club money up for grabs! Speak to our Editor at our meetings for more information! The New South Wales Cichlid Society Committee looks forward to seeing you all there for a great night! If you have any questions on the night, feel free to talk to any of our committee members! Once the AGM has been closed, we will have a quick break. This will be your last opportunity to purchase raffle tickets. As mentioned, the below list is subject to change, however we will try our best to have the fish listed on the night. Unfortunately things happen and we can't always get the listed fish. At this point the list includes: Acarichthys heckelii Amphilophus longimanus Cryptoheros sajica Geophagus sp. Rio Branco Geophagus steindachnari Heros efasciatus (severum) Blue Heros efasciatus (severum) Rotkeil Hoplachus psitticus True Parrot Hypselecara temporalis Chocolate Cichlid Mayaheros Urophthalmus Nandopsis tetracanthus Petenia splendida Green Thorichthys meeki Firemouth Uaru amphiacanthoides Etroplus maculatus Orange Chromide Hemichromis guttatus Pelvicachromis subocellatus Matadi Steatocranus cassiuarus Aulonocara sp. lwanda Aulonocara brevinidus Aulonocara ethelwynnae Aulonocara jacobfriebergi Eureka Red Aulonocara stuartgranti Chitimba Bay (Maulana) Aulonocara stuartgranti Usisya Buccochromis rhodesi Buccochromis spectabilis Copadichromis azureus Copadichromis chrysonotus Cynotilapia zebroides (afra) cobwe Gephyrochromis lawsi Iodotropheus sprengerae Labidochromis caeruleus Electric yellows Labidochromis sp. perlmut Labeotropheus trewassae Metriaclima sp. daktari Yellow Form Metriaclima patricki Mbenji Metriaclima sp. "zebra gold" Kawanga Mylochromis epichorialis Nimbochromis linni Otopharynx lithobates Zimbawe Rock Otopharynx tetrastigma Placidochromis electra Deep Water Placidochromis milomo Super VC10 Protomelas (Eclectochromis) sp. "hertae" (lobochilus) Protomelas taeniolatus "Namalenje Island" Red Empress Pseudotropheus acei Msuli Point Pseudotropheus demasoni Sciaenochromis fryeri Maleri Island Astatotilapia aeneocolor Enterochromis paropius Lithochromis rubripinnis Pundamilia nyreri Ruti Island Altolamprologus White Calvus Altolamprologus Black Calvus Cyprichromis sp. leptosoma jumbo Kigoma Julidochromis marksmithi (ex- regani "Kipili") Julidochromis marlieri Magara Lepidiolamprologus elongatus Lepidiolamprologus hecqui Neolamprologus brichardi albino Neolamprologus caudopunctatus Neolamprologus cylindricus Neolamprologus mustax Neolamprologus olivaceus Neolamprologus pulcher Kambwimba Daffodil Neolamprologus sexfasciatus gold Neolamprologus splendens Helianthus Neolamprologus splendens Kiku Neolamprologus tretocephalus Neolamprologus walteri Ophthalmotilapia ventralis Chaitika Paracyprichromis nigripinnis Albino longfin bristlenose Calico longfin bristlenose Common Bristlenose Catfish L397
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