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Alibi

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  1. Google says they are from North America and introduced here to get rid of mozzies. So essentially a under water cane toad.
  2. Nikon have a cash back offer at the moment, bought a entry level Nikon dslr at good guys for $549 with lens, with then $100 cash back from Nikon, so ended up being $449. Jb at the exact one for $699 so it pays to price shop.
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  4. I got my 5x2x2 from Mick Ellis at the Gold coast, very happy with it, was a good price and no sharp edges like the Aquarium's are us ones I have seen.
  5. White magic sponges! Takes it off easy.
  6. Hi,

    I am interested in the caudopunctatus, how would they go with occies do you think?

    Do you have any other types of tang fry coming up?

    Thank you so much.

    1. The Fishroom

      The Fishroom

      Both occie and Caudos will fight for shells when breeding but will also use different sized shells.occies smaller shells, Caudos bigger ones or caves

    2. Alibi

      Alibi

      I have a large range of shells to help accomodate, if you think they would be okay together I would love to get a few from you.

  7. Wouldn't mind some more catties but cant make it till the weekend, are there many?
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  10. Thanks guys! He seems to be doing much better, the wound seems flatter and smaller and not infected, and he looks like he is feeling better as he is keeping up with the others easier now (he has eaten like a pig the whole time lol) I did a 50% water change yesterday and added some more salt, easy life and prime. Yet to see any sign of anymore, really hoping it was a one off.
  11. @QldMick Thank you so much! Operation remove anchor worm went smoothly, poor fish is left with a nasty lump/wound that bled as soon as I pulled it off. I really hope that's all, he was the smallest fish that was a bit slower than the others so hopefully now he will recover ok and I don't have anymore.
  12. What's the best way to do this? Will I need to treat the tank?
  13. Bought some red rainbows last week and noticed one fish has a lump with a long thread from it close to its underside. Would this be from a old injury or disease? What if anything should i do about it?
  14. Do you have a picture of the sand? The sand I bought is much larger than beach sand (minimal amount came through the fine wire sieve when I washed it), but it doesn't seem sharp and defiantly looks like sand rather than gravel. The Blue Circle brand is the one I saw everyone raving about on my internet search's as the whitest pool sand but no one near me stocked it.