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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a password protected forum. Enter Password
  2. Hey guys just wondering what ppl have used to cover there bulkheads so nothing too large eg. Fish, waste, plant bits etc going down into there sump. I was thinking if getting some fly screen and zip tiring it over the holes if the bulk head??? What's your thoughts?
  3. Looking to coverup some bulkhed holes in old breeding tanks,, If anyone local ( sunnycoast ) has small pieces of 6mm or 10mm glass for the job, or even the round pieces left over after drilling (20mm-40mm)?? cheers, jono 0437934115
  4. I always wondered what the fish on the front of the book Tanganyika - Africa's Inland Sea by nature photographer Angel M. Fitor? So if anyone knows please do tell!
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  6. As some of you know, I have had an issue with my 4ft tank, so at the moment it has fresh water in it, and is being cycled again. I have Riverstones made into caves, and some driftwood and Wisteria and Elodia up the other end. I have a path made of stones running from caves to the "forest". I am wanting to add "grass" on the outside of the path, to look like, well, grass, lol. Substrate is sand, and it cant be to expensive, and I need enough to cover about 2 square feet. Receives 8-10 hours of light per day (artificial). It also needs to be relatively low maintenance (unlike the wisteria that needs to be trimmed weekly, lol) Anyone have any ideas?
  7. im chasing the scientific name for HC anyone able to help Many Thanks Damo
  8. Hey guys, Currently setting my sump up. Its outside but its under the verandah so it safe n locked up etc. In shade for most, if not all of the day. It is still located outside however and I have covered the top with foam so nothing can fly in, dirt can't get in, evaporation etc......is it better to leave the sump exposed or is there no harm in covering it up.......I am leaning to covering it up just as piece of mind but want to find out opionion!
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  10. Hey, Recently, my jewels eggs hatched, and I've got quite a few fry in the tank. I bought some stocking to cover the intake on the HOB filter in the tank, but I've noticed that I need to take the stocking off and clean it everyday. Is this normal? Is there another way I can help make sure that the fry don't get sucked up into the filter? Thanks, Raff.
  11. Is there any plants that could be used to provide a little ground cover. I was thinking that it would look good if there was a ground cover mixed with other plants. Thanks Carl & Jenny
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