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  1. Couple of questions - looking to by some of the fancy breeds such as Tosakin and Ryukin - are there any quality outlets in Australia. Has anyone had any success in importing?
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  3. Found this strange website http://ookatayouji.amaminchu.com/ while reading up on the bloke that broke the story on the weird puffer fish spawning sites AKA the underwater crop circles Anyway its worth a random look, even if it is all in japanese lol If you dont know about the underwater cropcircles check these links http://www.spoon-tamago.com/2012/09/18/deep-sea-mystery-circle-love-story/ http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/09/mysterious-underwater-crop-circle-art-discovered-off-the-coast-of-japan/
  4. Hi All, Here is the link, Age of Aquariums - Japanese Filter Matting 2000mm x 1000mm x 38mm ) Ben
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  6. All the talk about bloodlines and breeding,etc has got me keen to share a goldfish variety that has a deep history of bloodlines and is known in the goldfish world as the "king" of goldfish.....the TVR or topview ranchu.....It is a product of japanese breeding efforts and came from the lionhead goldfish (China back in the 1800s)...it is pretty much the "true" ranchu and it has deep established bloodlines that are not easily "bought" as they have cultural significance which is viewed as more important than the commercial value(something nice to see in the aquarium hobby if you ask me)...this might also be the reason why people in general are unaware of these guys..they havent been pushed around the world with profits in mind..it is hard to get the bloodlines and not cheap either...and yet some true breeders give the fry or baby black ranchu(called this due to their dark colour before they begin to "colour" up) away for free to young students of the "game". ...so heres some examples of the topview ranchu....
  7. Well i dig my ranchu and just recently I came across one of those little gems you find in the most oddest of spots... I have never seen these guys in Oz and have always wanted to get my hands on some and pretty much gave up.... Top view ranchu!!!....being top view means they have lots of japanese genetic heritage so will be gems come breeding time....most likely producing alot more decent fry due to strong bloodlines...so will be very selective with their breeding activites....no late nights...clubbing etc but also having great blood means they have a really nice back curve,smaller tucked tails and its more consistent in offsrping....they also have another great quality and thats funtan headgrowth or headgrowth that grows from the cheeks foward and very little headgrowth on the gill covers...its smoother and alot more controlled not like most ranchu with the mass of headgrowth everywhere....
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  11. Hi, rank amateur pond (8000 litre) starter looking for snails to help balance pond life. Have heard that japanese trapdoor snails (the smaller, cold water varieties) breed slowly and are not inclined to eat plants as much as algae. Does anyone know where I can get some? (or if my information is incorrect, or if some other type of snail or other creature would be better) Cheers Anthony
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  13. I'm always changing my mind on what fish I want next. I'm thinking of a Japanese native tank (or Chinese). What native species are available in Queensland?
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