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JB

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  1. @Mitty @Mattk You need 5 posts before the classified section becomes visible. Welcome to QLDAF.
  2. Plenty available at good sizes at the moment!!!!
  3. @Arcady Hi and welcome to the site. I'm pretty sure you need to have 5 posts before the classifieds section becomes visible.
  4. @Matthicks hi, there’s heaps at all different sizes! cheers, jason
  5. Have a look at the live stock trader in the catfish classifieds on this forum. You'll see lots of people selling L number catfish. Just a matter of finding something you like that is in your price range. Cheers, Jason
  6. Have lots of 270's! Both sizes.....
  7. Hi @iliad, That fish store was on the money! There were some on gumtree recently advertised privately in Melbourne for $800 each. You cannot compare L number prices in USA to Australia. In USA they are legally allowed to be sold. In Australia if my memory is correct the only allowable import is the L168 Butterfly Pleco. If you find some cheaper count me in for 6 Cheers, Jason
  8. @Julio_13 All good points! Just impossible for me to feed a vege diet. I purchased 20 002's and 20 397's approx. two years ago. Number alive today 20 + 20 - 40 = 0! I keep 005, 007, 066, 134, 201, 270, 333 and haven't had 1 death from food related issues. Touch wood.......
  9. Hi @Julio_13, Sorry, the 397's don't suit my tanks. I keep discus and all my L's in the same tanks. The higher protein diet just doesn't suit Panaqolus sp. I stick to more of the omnivorous L's that better suit my needs and what I'm feeding. Cheers, Jason
  10. Plenty of L270's available now
  11. @AquaholicsOnline Tommy hasn't been online for nearly two years now so not sure if he'll even see your post so I'll answer for him. Unfortunately he doesn't. These were fry from my colony. I've had no luck trying to track some down from the people I sold fry to.
  12. Still have L270's @ 3-4cm size. $25ea or 6 for $120.
  13. @aqualife93 Hi, welcome back. I'm pretty sure you need 5 posts before the trader section becomes visible. Cheers, Jason
  14. Hi @Tang3, Still quite a few left. I'm not sure if you are the Mario I'm thinking of but the Tang name makes me think it might be???!!!!! Jason
  15. He's alive! Was starting to get worried something had happened to you mate... Missed your posts.
  16. Impressive.... that introduction certainly beats the typical "Hi, I'm new!". Best of luck with getting back into the hobby and starting your planted tank. Cheers, Jason
  17. New batch ready for sale. 3-5cm sizes. $25 each or 6 for $120.
  18. Hi All, I have some L270 Chocolate Zebra Plecos for sale. Larger 5-6cm size are $30ea or 6 for $150. Smaller 3-4cm size are $25 each or 6 for $120. Location - North Lakes Contact via PM or email burtbouvier@hotmail.com Cheers, Jason
  19. WOW! Fantastic. That's an easy question now.... keep buying as many as you like until your happy with stocking amounts. Can't wait to see some more photos as you put more and more fish in there Cheers, Jason
  20. Hi @wadedidit. Agree 100% with @gingerbeer and @MFF tetras go crazy with numbers... in a 6x2x2 the more the better! I'm surprised nobody has asked what filtration you are running on your tank? That would be the first question I'd ask when answering a question about stocking numbers. I had a display tank 5x2x700high with a dozen discus, 30 rummy nose and about 60 cardinals (was hard to count exact numbers as I'd lost track of what I'd put in there). I'm also of the opinion that greater numbers look better than the same numbers with a mixture of tetras. Best of luck with your tank and your next shopping trip Cheers, Jason
  21. Apple snail... a million times easier to control in an aquarium than the Malaysian trumpet snail. I swear they'd survive life in the Chernobyl reactor!!
  22. Hi and welcome to the site. Probably not going to like this but I'd actually say all males I'd love to see photos of the three of them from underneath, especially the one on the bottom in the first photo (this is the only one that I'd possibly question but it's still a pretty consistent taper from head to tail). I use a combination of top photos and more accurately vent sexing. The males have a more pointed genital while the females are rounded or even tubular in shape. Reminds me to catch my L201's at some stage and sex. Cheers, Jason
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