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  1. These will do really well and multiply slowly with just anems and coral, but with a reef tank with fish and actual live rock, they usually get killed in no time. I stoped bringing them home many years ago! The pic is a bit blurry as the water was freezing along me shaking, no light on the camera and the vis was real bad!
  2. Just new to this. Have a 400lt arine tank and want to know wat type of ligts are bet or fish as well as corals. Also i there a place to pot photos and videos.
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  5. just opening a debate on weather you should breed fish in their "ideal" wild water parameters VS something closer to the environment your fry will end up in. as an example i will post this, Why Loaches Should Not Be Kept With Malawi Cichlids — Loaches Online for me loaches make ideal malawi companions, rarely picked on by the cichlids and most likely are happier in a group of 5 or 6 regardless of their companions, or "im-perfect condidtions". i mean 25 degrees being at their low of "ideal" parameters, despite their habitat often incorporation run off from mountain strains. i use limestone rocks and just now "dead live rock" in my tanks, but do not test my water, think water changes do fish more good than Ph adjustments, ammonia or nitrite (new, overstocked or overfeed fish) tests or nitrate worrying. to emphasis my topic why would you breed mollies in low salinity salt water, or malawis in specific lake salts only to sell your fish to the 95% of people who throw their fish in dechlorinised tap water that you could estimated to be around 7Ph, give or take 1 either way.
  6. Hello Fellow Hobbyists Just want to find out is the auction this week end is Fish only auction or not? Cheers, Ryan Saturday 28th SEPTEMBER CONFIRMED QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS AUCTION AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM FISH IN FROM 3.30PM CABOOLTURE HIGH SCHOOL HALL LEE ST CABOOLTURE near hospital for more information check out our website at Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists
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  8. Hey guys I just came back from Mappins aquarium in Montague rd West End in Brisbane. They have got some awesome quality and rare Rainbows at the moment. I picked up 2 stunning male Orange form parkinsoni for $10 each to go with the school of females that I have already. They had some gorgeous Upper katherine river rainbows, Glossolepis multisquamata for $19 they are usually twice that in most shops !!! Melanotaenia papuae,Melanotaenia herbertaxelrodi, Melanotaenia rubrostriata, Melanotaenia splendida tatei, heaps of different Splendida splendida populations, and the same with the Dubolayi. Also some nice other natives, Barra, Saratoga, and catfish. Well worth the visit. Phil
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  15. Not sure if I trust the bottom taps and valves on my 2 new IBC's. Ideally I'd like adaptors for hose attachment when emptying them and a solid screw on end cap other times. The threads on the tap is very coarse, so I assume standard end caps wont cut it. Does anyone know where one could buy this?
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  18. Need a bit of advice.. I have eight monster sterbai & 4 juvies and last week, found eggs all over my 280 litre four foot community tank. Popped them in a large fine net suspended over a sponge filter thats also running in the tank. Now have @40 week old wrigglers. Have been feeding them vinegar eels and finely crushed flake, and will be adding hatchless brine cysts in the next few days Now need to work out what to do with them, and how to keep them alive I've made a diy icecream container fry saver to float in the tank, but as they are doing so well in the net have been cautious about moving them, but will do it in the next few days. How long should they be kept in the fry saver? What other foods can i use, and at what age should I use them? I'm a bit worried about dumping 40 odd juvie sterbai into my community tank (although I would say its understocked - eight corys, 4 pepps, one apisto, 20 tetra) and their subsequent impact on biological filtration, so am looking at getting grow out tank/s What size grow out tank/s would be suitable for this number of corydora? Put them into a 2 fter, them move half into another 2 fter in a month or so - would that be OK? Or will they be OK all together for a few months? What filtration - sponge filters and internals? Thin layer of sand subtrate or bare bottom? Any help would be appreciated! As a side note, about a month ago, I did a long overdue clean on my Eheim 2217 filter and found three 3cm baby corydora. Panicking, I then checked the 2213 canister filter (that has no trivet in the bottom) and found another one at 1.5cm. Amazingly they were still alive, abeit a bit skinny, but are now doing fine.
  19. I have a male Pseudotropheus saulosi that looks like his rear end is paralysed. Don't know what happened or would be causing it. Bit of history on him... Took him, his 2 girls who had breed repeatedly, 3 Demasoni and a hand full of maingano out of my 3'x18"x18" display tank. Had them housed in a 2'x1'x1' for about a week then took the 3 salousi out and into a tank by themselves for about 1&1/2 weeks before one of the females got sick. She had what looked like red lesions on her body. She was removed as soon as I saw it and water was changed and treated with promethyasul. She died about 4 days after isolating her. At this stage he was still swimming around fine. About 3 days later he was swimming around the bottom only and hidding in the dark. Kept up water changes and treatment and he has improved 100% BUT.... now it looks like his can't move his back end. As for water everything is zero and temp is averaging 30 at the moment. A video can be found of him here... Any ideas? Would love to fix him up if it can be done as he has served me well. Any and all help greatly appreciated. Rob
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  22. Hi everyone My name is Ray @ like Steve (brickie 02) who put me on to you guys also didnt listen @ school lol am also brickie after years @ years of wanting to set up a fish tank finally took the plunge into deep end . I aquired a 3 ft unused tank witch i filled with 2 E yellow 3 E blue 2 blue dolphin 3 assort peacocks 3 b/n cat witch has been fantastic and so much easier than i ever thought NOW WANT MORE ! I have purchased 6 ft x 2 x 1 1/2 witch am almost ready to fill with more beutifull africans cheers Ray
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