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QldMick

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  1. Buying females 10cm plus.Trade 1 or 2 of my males 10cm plus for 1 or 2 females 10cm plus.Must be good quality, no deformities etc. First pic is my biggest male that I'll keep along with next largest male. Last pic has all, 4M and 1F, you will receive 2M, still 10cm+ for trade for 2F 10cm+.
  2. Its 63L, I wish I could upgrade but we could be moving and I already have 2 big tanks.
  3. Update, one females shell never hardened and accidently got crushed handling it still soft a week after molt. I now have 1m (who has 1 half size claw growing back after an attack during molt) and two females, 1 molted in the first week and has a reasonably hard shell now. I decided that coral sand would be a better option for their shells and 5.5kg coral sand arrived yesterday. Due to attacks by each other during molts I've added as many hides as I possibly can, 4 clay caves/logs, 4 natural wood logs and 8 fake plants(the crays will eat live plants). Looking pretty chokers so here's some pics.
  4. Try here. https://crayfishtraders.com.au/
  5. Sugar white sand 4.5kg $10. Purple gravel $8. Bell ornament $5. Shrimp sand 2kg, $10. Clay pot, used for large golden perch and Australian bass, also frontosa, $8. Natural wood logs, have used for crayfish and plecos etc. $40 for the 8 pieces.
  6. What gobies are you after? Mandarin fish are saltwater. All I know is dessert goby, or maybe a gudgeon instead?
  7. Hello and welcome. Is that some kind of ram cichlid? its a bit hard to see.
  8. I noticed that aquaone tank comes with a canister which is great because built in filters don't really do the job on a tank that size. I have a 5ft aqua nova that originaly had built in filters but have now been replaced with a canister.
  9. I had a spangled perch a few months ago but the new jungle perch was chasing it constantly so I tried using it for murray cod bait, I caught nothing that day but was worth a try, I think those kind of fish make good bait as they stay alive for a long time on the hook and do plenty of swimming, attracting the predators.
  10. People used to sell different strains of rhads and rainbow fish on here. A quick search on here came up with this, Not sure how active these guys are now.
  11. Yes I have caught all these but haven't kept them much, more into the larger natives. I currently have a heap of firetail gudgeons as I caught them as feeders for my jungle perch but he isn't interested. Another local around here are purple spotted gudgeons, I remember keeping these as a kid and feeding them the half grown guppies I was breeding.
  12. Well I only really used the banded grunter once up at kinchant dam and caught a nice barra at the boat ramp at night, I more used to using mullet, herring or gar as I did most of my fishing in the salt water when I lived up north.
  13. Yer they will all gang up on things like shrimp that are way to big to fit in their mouths and just tare them up. I have kept both those but their not my favorite although the banded do make great barra bait. If you want some banded grunter they are apparently all over SEQ now, I caught half a dozen of them from forest lake, until someone complained about me fishing there.
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