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Found 24 results

  1. hi, soz for noob question, but which classifieds forum do i use to sell a full setup, inclusive of fish and plants? not exactly "dry goods" lol
  2. 6×2×2 just need my sump to arrive and then happy days!!
  3. The Bakki family has had the new addition today of Bakki Balls. Originally it started with the Bakki Rods and Mini Bakki, then cam along the Bakki discs and today we get to add the Bakki Balls that arrived into stock today. Here is the range now available. Bakki Rods have a large porus surface area and ideal for canister filters and sumps Mini Bakki Rods 5kg have a large porus surface area and ideal for canister filters and sumps Bakki Discs - 5kg Bag (Bacteria House Bio Discs) Bakki Balls have a large porus surface area and ideal for canister filters and sumps
  4. Super Deal of the Day - CaribSea Eco Complete Planted Substrate - Black 9kg. Today only $39.00 !!!! Link - Age of Aquariums - Eco Complete Planted Substrate 9kg - Live version Coarse This mineralogically and biologically complete substrate is for planted aquariums and comes in live water that contains purifying bacteria. Mineralogically complete means it contains iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur plus over 25 other elements to nourish your aquatic plants. It contains all the mineral nutrients needed for luxuriant aquatic plant growth without nuisance algae. This iron-rich substrate eliminates the need for laterite. Biologically complete means it contains live heterotrophic bacteria to rapidly convert fish waste into natural food for your aquatic plants; creates a natural biological balance which makes cycling a new aquarium faster and safer; packed in Liquid Amazon buffered "Black Water" solution for immediate organic water conditioning; unsurpassed MacroPorosity for healthy roots and bacterial efficiency. You would need to buy 4 bags of ordinary gravel to equal the surface area of this one bag of substrate. Other features include: nitrate and carbonate free-will not increase pH or carbonate hardness; there are no artificial dyes, paints or chemical coatings; the natural black substrate encourages the most vibrant coloration in fishes and reduces fish stress; spherial grains for optimum diffusion performance; supplies calcium without raising the pH; lead free. The Bi-Modal grading naturally separates into 2 distinct layers: 1) Fine layer on the bottom for best root development and 2) Coarse layer on top which conveys oxygen and nutrients to the roots.
  5. I said to [MENTION=7848]PETFISH[/MENTION] that I would not mind doing a little aquascape and that is all it took to put a twinkle in his eye and he was keen. We got the orders sorted for the day and time for a play. I thought a little cube might be fun to have a play with. Before I knew it he had some rock sorted - Seiryu. I grabbed a cube and said I would not mind popping in a background in this one so we decided on the Universal Rocks Basalt and he had the dimensions cut in a flash. We were tossing up between attaching a Ista Canister and hanging it on the back but decided to go with a Ista hang on filter. Rather than an ADA soil we chose to go with Up Aqua 5kg Shrimp soil. Plants we went with Hairgrass, Blaxya, Glosso and some HC. As much as like the Azoo Flex light we ended up going with the Ista Cree light. In an hour to a hour and a half it was sorted and complete. First Step was to have the background in place add the soil and add a little water in the low iron Skylight 30cm cube. Put in the Hairgrass at the back and add the 3 Seiryu rocks Added the Glosso, Blaxya, and HC - oh and the plastic bag with air in it was just to help with the adding of the water so it would not disturb the soil. Pete wanted to break up the HC a little more but I was just wanted to get it in - Pete now calls me Mr Instant as I like to get it done quickly - he likes to break it up and watch it grow and spread. Uncle Pete putting the finishing touches.... Thought the CO2 line was a bit obvious so thought I would pop a little subwassertang around it to help blend in and when it was time to leave 2 hours later it was looking like this - and no the soil was not washed either. I so hate my job.....
  6. <BR><BR>Hi AOA, I am looking at the Eco Complete planted substrate in the dark brown (that's what it looks like on my phone) course. How many bags would I need for 4x18x18 and a good planting depth? I am thinking 2 inches, but I am happy to go with your guidance. Do you have the number of bags in stock that I need and can they be shipped? Regards, Cara
  7. Hi, how many bag of eco complete do I need to fill my 6x2 with at least 10cm at the back? Is there any big discount for a big purchase? Thanks.
  8. Hey all. Just escaped my display tank a few days ago after I spilt a pot full of crypts and soil in the tank Anyway this is it, what else plant wise would look good ? I am running T5 lights soon to be 3 x 50w led floodlights. DIY co2 and as well liquid ferts. Cheers, Troy Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I have 4, 9kg bags of Eco Complete planted .25 to 7mm black: CaribSea - Eco-complete? Planted I am going to use it and another 5 bags in a 4' x 28" x 24" tank that will be semi planted with American Cichlids. My choice of fish so far is Firemouths, Red Hump Earth Eaters, Green Horse Faces and probably Green Servrum's. What other fish do you think I should add or could add? What do you all think? Don't hold back now!! Any feedback, good or bad appreciated. Thank you.
  10. an now I have a home for tude... sadly while doing a water test I found it leaks... thinking in just redoing the silicon on one side. taking the whole side off an doing it. or just clean off the old silicon an do that part. however I like the whole plain idea. I know to use Dow Corning 999A. thoughts please? ( I'll keep it updated as to how I go as its the first time I'm doing something like this)
  11. Eco Complete Planted Substrate Now Available in FINE. - Sorry about the caps on fine i was having a Oprah Moment.. We have had a huge amount of requests over the years for a fine version of Australia's No.1 planted substrate and now we have it. 0.25mm - 3mm in size. This mineralogically and biologically complete substrate is for planted aquariums and comes in live water that contains purifying bacteria. Mineralogically complete means it contains iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur plus over 25 other elements to nourish your aquatic plants. It contains all the mineral nutrients needed for luxuriant aquatic plant growth without nuisance algae. This iron-rich substrate eliminates the need for laterite. Biologically complete means it contains live heterotrophic bacteria to rapidly convert fish waste into natural food for your aquatic plants; creates a natural biological balance which makes cycling a new aquarium faster and safer; packed in Liquid Amazon buffered "Black Water" solution for immediate organic water conditioning; unsurpassed MacroPorosity for healthy roots and bacterial efficiency. You would need to buy 4 bags of ordinary gravel to equal the surface area of this one bag of substrate. Other features include: nitrate and carbonate free-will not increase pH or carbonate hardness; there are no artificial dyes, paints or chemical coatings; the natural black substrate encourages the most vibrant coloration in fishes and reduces fish stress; spherial grains for optimum diffusion performance; supplies calcium without raising the pH; lead free. The Bi-Modal grading naturally separates into 2 distinct layers: 1) Fine layer on the bottom for best root development and 2) Coarse layer on top which conveys oxygen and nutrients to the roots. Priced at $49.00 for a 9kg bag. Link - Age of Aquariums - Eco Complete Planted Substrate 9kg - Live version Fine Ben
  12. The complete range of Ocean Nutrition Frozen Fish Food is now available online to purchase. We are able to ship this food to most metro areas around Australia for only $7.50. We are offering full cartons of 36 & 42 packets depending on the variety. You can also order a mixed carton of 36 packets as long as they are ordered in lots of six. Pricing starts at only $99.00 for a full carton of 42 packets of Nutris Frozen Bloodworm. Link - Age of Aquariums - Frozen Fish Food Ben
  13. Hi All. We now stock a selection of Complete Bulkhead Kits. Link - Bulkheads Ben
  14. I'm setting up my 7'planted tank and I'm a bit of a newb with plants.. if I put down a layer of Eco complete fine then the coarse ... What happens when you go gravel vac and it gets all mixed up or do you just not need to gravel vac as Eco complete claims it breaks down fish waste ? Thanks
  15. I am interested in purchasing a 2nd hand marine setup all ready to move on growing coral and adding fish. Needs to be minimum 4ft with full cabinet. Ideally sump/skimmer/chiller/lighting etc. Will consider live rock and stock also. If anyone knows of any systems under $2,000 that are available please contact me. Must be Gold Coast or Brisbane (ideally south).
  16. Hi All, Complete range of Eheim Universal Centrifugal Pumps now in stock. Suitable for use in Marine and Freshwater Aquaria. They are ideal for wet/dry or trickle filter systems. Bulletproof German reliability. Here is a link, Eheim Universal Pumps Ben
  17. Hi All, Complete range of Eheim Professional ThermoFilters now in stock. Eheim thermo filters not only feature the benefits and technical extras of the professional series but they are also equipped with a high quality, integrated heater and a digital external temperature control. Prices start from $449.00. Link, Eheim ThermoFilters Ben
  18. Hi there, Can anyone tell me any pros and cons for ADA Amazonia and Eco Complete? I've read that Amazonia can 'break down' (what exactly does this mean?), and as far as I can find, it is cheaper than Eco Complete. Also, what is the difference between Amazonia and Amazonia II? Thanks for reading, as well as for any replies! Steph
  19. i have a complete 6 foot tank, aqua one 1000 external filter and another hang on filter. with a roughly 35 centermetre saratoga jadini. the stand is a proper cabinet looks realy good. need to money for a car. would anyone know how much roughly i could get for this set up, comments would be great.. thanks
  20. Hi folks, I'm looking at starting up a 2ft planted tank and have been checking out the substrates available. Is anyone able to give some feedback on the Eco Complete Planted Substrate? Is it worth the money or is there a better/cheaper alternative. I'm not really keen on using soil. I'm not 100% sure what plants I'll be keeping yet but most likely some crypts, dwarf swords, and maybe attempt some hair grass or similiar. Still very new to plants that actually need care ie non-plastic variety. Thanks in advance. Damo
  21. Hi all names sam, live in the Redlands. I have a 3'x2x2 tank with 4 small (3cm) cichlids and todAy learnt that monos don't go so well with peacocks and elec yellows
  22. hey everyone im looking into going saltwater Conditions: im not rich limited space cant have a sump or cannister I'm looking for a complete 2ft setup thats cubish looking and looks nice and display, anyone know where i can go about starting this up? enough of that. ive heard from some that salt water tanks are a complete mission. althought i went to a lfs and have seen 2ft tanks with a few fish with just those corner sponge filters in them NOTHING ELSE besides the hydrometer (or wateva its called) and lighting. ive read on other posts about other people not using protein skimmers, expensive lighting ect. I just want a setup that can house probly 2-3 clowns and maybe one or 2 other things like a lion or an eel or something else thats brighty coloured, and possibly live rock and dead coral. would a 75-95L tank be ok? Need all the help i can get, on anything and everthing about starting up a small salt water tank pm me if need be Thanks Luke
  23. hey all, been sniffing around the LFSs, and getting many different opinions. id like to hear from someone who knows what they are talking about from experience please. i have a spare 4x2x2. Would like to keep a nice Moray in there, and a triggerfish, most probably clown. (loved these guys for years, and went snorkling with them alst year in fiji!) can someone please tell me exactly what i need and the process involved in setting the tank up? lets pretend i know nothing and go from the start. hopefully someone can spare the time to help me out! thanks - simon
  24. This is a must for anyone in the fish hobby. Its great for new people to the hobby and still a good read for the experienced ones. Uploaded it to a free web-host (sorry about the ad) Size: 21.2mb Pages: 288pages full colour Format: PDF New Link http://rapidshare.com/files/30522153/Th ... _Guide.pdf This might work: http://koalatelecom.com.au/~ashman01/fi ... _Guide.pdf OLD LINK http://files.to/get/447075/51374/The_Co ... _Guide.pdf Its a good read. Hope u enjoy.
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