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  1. Aussie Long Fin Eel 50-60cm 2or3 Aussie bass can go with him, 2 aren’t in the best condition due to being picked on by the dominant bigger one, they are about 20-30cm $60 firm the lot Pickup from mudgeeraba pm me and I can send some pics to your phone
  2. Even better idea! He'd look great with some leccy blues!
  3. Reckon he'll go alright in my marine aquarium? has cute little colourful rings all over him
  4. WC pellets are very small. What options are there for larger fish, 20cm+. Is there anything like WC in a large pellet in another brand maybe? Or would making your own and adding astax the only option.
  5. avoid feeding geckos they're riddled with worms. My toga gorges himself on freshwater shrimp (macrobrachium australiense) common feeder shrimp, they're generally pretty slow moving but when a predator comes in too close they dart off backwards really quick, might liven him up to chase. I can still feed him pellets too with ease. I breed my own in an IBC.
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  10. Cheers, I'll give some a try
  11. Have an IBC out the back (unheated) with a big happy breeding colony of feeder shrimp (Macrobrachium australiense ) .... suggestions on anything (fish species) I could also put in there to breed that won't eat the shrimplets? There's a lot of cover for the shrimplets to escape to, heaps of elodea and about 6 unravelled rolls of plastic gutter Gaurd, and some logs/timber. I know heating will greatly widen what could go in there and may even put a heater in there to keep the shrimp breeding through winter... so I guess what would be best for: -cold water conditions -warm water conditions (24deg)
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  14. credit cards make great algae scrapers
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