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  1. Anubius covered root

    Bump. $50 or near offer.
  2. 60 cm x32 cm rock look background

    Oops- forgot a price! Only $5! pick up Deagon.
  3. Aquarworld TL550 approx 100l tank for sale light needs a new starter can see running. Has gravel, heater filter etc. some crypts growing in there too! $50 pick up Deagon
  4. perhaps a discus tank you say

    Wow. Stunning fish. Yours or a stock photo?
  5. Fibreglass grey rock looking. Very thin so don’t lose tank volume. This is an offcut from the piece I used in 4ft tank. 60cm x32cm. Cut table with scissors (buy scissors will be stuffed afterwards) pic of piece and what it looks like in tank after a couple of months.
  6. I have an approx 40cm high/long mangrove root. Buttress style base. Has a branch with a hollow that my bristlenose used to spawn in. Has a heap of small leaved anubius attached to it. Looks just as good lying down as it does standing up! Not required in new tank. Will make an ideal centrepiece for a smaller tank. $50
  7. Anubis covered root

    Please delete
  8. I'm told it's common in old fish- and these guys are a couple of years easily.
  9. My pond build

  10. Picked up a 3" gj maher tank for a price too good to pass up. But it was a cherry red stain... which wouldn't work in the house. And I needed it a bit taller. Got some cut to size pine and added some skirting boards from the big green shed. A few coats of paint, a lot of sanding to remove my crappy paint job then a few more coats of paint. Remived the old old background and replaced with a really thin fibreglass one. 3 foot led lights I bought from this forum. 300 w jäger heater runs a bit hot, So is set at 20 degrees. Eheim 2218 doing the job. I ran it for a few weeks on another tank to get the bacteria going. New substrate was a mix of Amazonia and aquasoil I think. Planted with crypts from my old tank, some lilaeopsis and a bunch of val. the goldvine wouldn't sink- so I screwed acrylic sheet to the bottom and buried it under the substrate.
  11. Hard scaly growth in neon tetras. Other fish not affected. Mostly on tails or fins. Was on head/ eye of one. I culled the worst few. Some fish have no signs. Most swim normally unless growth on tail is too big. Any ideas??
  12. My albino cories just used to spawn on the glass of the tank. Most went fungal. After a fee goes I removed all the fish and put some methylene blue in. There was gravel in the bottom of the tank- and the fry ate fry powder. Probably half survived.
  13. That's same price as the bunnings water tank. But the base is includes on the Aldi one.
  14. Common bristlenose value

    Thanks. How much should I charge for 5cm (48mm-60mm) albino and common bristlenose?