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  1. Hey all, Noticed some early signs of fin rot on one of my Deltas and was wondering what does everyone recommend for treating. Thanks, Dylan
  2. Picked up a colony the other day & now have to do the Easter Bunny thing with rescued eggs - Let's play The Guessing Game????
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  4. i have resealed dozens of tanks and usually let them cure for a week or two, i resealed some tanks and need to refill and stock them fairly urgently they have cured for 72 hours would this be long enough? its the selly brand says on the tube full cure in 72 hours and recomended 1 week cheers frontosa dave
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  8. hey all!! my red zebra female was holding, and we counted approx 18days worth of holding this is my first attempt at stripping... (fish that is lol) so im worried i might have taken them out too early?? they came out nice and easy, swimming free enough... they have a fat sac like belly, almost like what a tadpole would have i think (pic attached - not the greatest quality sorry) how much should they be moving about? (some lie on their sides but move when another one swims past it) how soon should they get their 1st feed? is there anything specific i should be feeding them? ive heard about brine shrimp and flakes etc any advice would be GREATLY GREATLY appreciated!!!! im not holding my breath that all will survive, but a few would be nice for a first timer like me!! thanks heaps for ya help!!!! simon
  9. I just noticed my electric yellow had fry in its mouth, so i catched it and dipped it in and out of water to get the fry out, the fry are are 5mm long, Have i taken them out of the Yellows mouth too early?
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  11. This is our early morning monday june 8 collecting trip. We got to the water and it looked cold and dirty and it was dirty,so after a hot coffee or two and sit and look at the lovely ocean,we finaly got in. Danny was into it first,he was keen,than colin, Nick and myself sat and slowly got in,we were the delecate ones,especialy me,eewww cold. After we got in it was obviously low vis but it wasn't that cold,it was quite nice actualy,the plan than was to get Nick a tang,but that didn't work out. Personaly i was after nothing,but if any one wanted something in particular as the vis was no good for some video,thats what i was there for,oh and i absolutely love the ocean and the sports with in! The day was fine and the water was fun,so another great day out. It was so early the moon was still up,but not the sun yet. A couple of fish caught for colin and Nick. Danny took some pics while chasing a few marines along the way and as you can see the vis was not great that day. Once danny gets the shutter speed worked out more,there will be more and better. Not the best of catches or vis,but we were mainly there to have fun,get some excercise,catch a few fish and enjoy a very nice day out together to share our passions for the ocean and the marine aquarium hobby!
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