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  1. I had a small one for population control of baby guppies. It then grew and ate the parents.
  2. When i saw the title i thought cane toad, then i read it and it said 10 years of tests. So I'm still on the fence but it's better than an idea that hasn't been thought out.
  3. If your around south brisbane i can throw you a bunch (more male that female). They aren't fancy, not red neck but free.
  4. Generators are only good if your home, what if your at wok? I'm sure you can get automatic switch overs but haven't seen one personally yet. I think ultimate would be a house battery system. Very very expensive but when power goes out you have an automatic switch over.
  5. Yeah some loop and some swim around, some sit in gravel and wiggle around out the top. Im guessing there not good, now how to get rid of them? Im thinking of sucking out all the gravel
  6. I've googled that and they had more of a triangle head. I think these things might be leeches
  7. I've got these worms in the tank and am wondering what they are? They are in a shrimp/khuli loach tank, will they do any damage? I'm going to try to get rid of them in a gravel change but are there any ways to get rid of them with traps? Thank.
  8. I decided to pull what i could without getting into anything electronic. I started with blasting the tap though the guts to flush stuff out - that didn't work I found parts to pull off and still no luck. Then a few frustrated shakes later and BAM action. How good are eheims!! Thanks for all the help.
  9. I bumped something and the plug for my eheim biopower 200 slipped out but was still hanging in there. The filter itself also got bummed. When i plugged it back in there was no water flow however the unit had some vibration still. This means something is working but maybe something got fried or jammed. does this sound like a throw away job or a possibly fix? Any suggestions before i pull apart or bin?
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  11. For WHEN (not if) you get back into it, maybe think of using temo guages with digital screens. I've always used the old school ones and never checked them but i found these have huge numbers and can quickly check as you walk by
  12. Sorry to hear, know the feeling. I had a wipeout a few years back and only just back into it the last few months. Find a fish you really enjoy and start back small. I don't do fancy fish but can throw some cherries in a while or bn (if they ever start breeding) at you a bit later.
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