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  2. 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
  3. Another one for the MarinePure family and this is the MP2C-c which comes in a 3 litre pack in a mesh bag. Now there is one for just about any application. Best of all we have them all in stock.... [MENTION=6988]th3f0rg0t3n[/MENTION] Click here to view the whole range and pricing -------------> MarinePure by Cermedia, Shpere, Cubes, Rock and Blocks <-------------------- Don't forget your QLDAF 10% off all the items we have including these... MP2C-c mesh bag (3l) Perfect for Ponds, sumps and canister filters. Cubes and they fit well in canister filters too....here is a shot of some odd shaped ones in a Worx canister filter. Rock Ideal for passive filtration or a live rock alternative - the medium rock has the equivalent of over 11kgs of live rock. Plate Big Block
  4. LED lighting continues to push the boundaries of what it means to light an aquarium. Kessils has evolved with the times to provide the perfect lighting solution for the specific lighting needs of our aquariums. In particular Kessil has embraced the shimmer effect that creates a natural and very beautiful lighting effect. The 34 watt models, are known as A150W and come in 4 varieties. Choose from the warm tropical planted 6700K, to the crisp bright 10,000K, to a dazzling clean white/blue 15,000K and the hypnotic deep ocean blue 20,000K. The Kessils A150W is perfect light for smaller tanks, its unobtrusive design makes maintenance a breeze and keeps the aesthetics of high end displays. Kessils can also be employed in groups for dramatic lighting of large tanks. The nature of beams offers the option to create highlighted and shaded areas as desired. Enabling the keeping of both high light and low light life in the same aquarium. Another popular option is employing Kessils as supplementary lighting. This gives the chance to create a HC lawn in a moss tank or an sps coral stand in a zoa display. Recently the Amazon Sun model has received an LED upgrade (15% brighter than the normal W series) and is now known as the A150WE. The 90 Watt models, are known as the A360, and we currently have stock of both the A360WE Tuna Blue and the A360NE Tuna Blue. The A360 is a true powerhouse that brings flexibility and customisation while still retaining the clean minimalist aesthetics that Kessils users appreciate so much. Famously taking the crown in the 2012 Reef Builders LED showdown, the A360 has gone on to become one of the most loved bits of reefing equipment in the hobby. The latest models push the technology even more, and not just with a 15% increase in light output. They also bring external controllability thanks to compatibility with popular controllers and Kessil Logic which makes getting the best performance out of the light a breeze. As power has grown more expensive, smarter more efficient lighting such as the Kessils has kept the high end reef within reach of all aquarists. Kessils have proven reliability, which stems from their meticulous quality control and sourcing of only the highest quality components. There is no need to settle for anything but the best! Check out their brochure for more information Sold separately we also have Kessils accessories including the A series Gooseneck, 90 degree Gooseneck adapter, unit link cable and the Apex controller cable. To finish our introduction please enjoy some coral photography under Kessils.
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  6. I have always loved these fish,not just because they are a true auzy by being endemic to our east coast and it’s not that they always have vibrant colours either. The reason they are always a part of my hobby, is this particular very pretty damsel is completely harmless, they don’t bother any other tank inhabitants. Plus they are fast to avoid any one that may pick on them as well,lol. How many damsels can you say all that about? The two I have in my tank out of the four I collected on a aandtsociety collecting trip last year or early this year I think it was, they are wonderful pets as usual, if you see them at the shops and you want a tough,pretty and nice natured fish, get one, you won’t be sorry.
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  9. Picked him up today - about 30cm & nice colour & pattern
  10. Hey guys just a bit of an update. Changed the native setup around and got a few more fish so I rescaped a few of my tanks. It was just a basic setup and I didnt want to go over the top, so yeah its just simple and easy to maintain with plenty of room for growth because the "New additions to the family" will need it. The tank now has a 4x18x18 sump bought brand new from denison at maryannes aquarium with a rio 3500lph pump low wattage Sorry about the quality of the pics. I only have a stupid "smart" phone at the moment.
  11. most havent seen my friend's so i thaut id give yous'e a peek
  12. This is a little guy I took home today. just thought I would share as he is dazzling and full of life.
  13. Hey guys, decided to jump on the L number band wagon today and purchased 4 L243's Wormline Peckoltia, couldn't sex them the way the net described so i'm hoping i have at least 1 male & 1 female, but i was told it looked like 3 females, 1 male. Have to set up a tank for them now :alien: Stace
  14. Just trying to settle a family debate about the gender of my father in-law's red devil. He thinks it's a boy but i don't agree. It is about 6 years old.
  15. hey does anyone know if these are available here at all by here i mean in oz these are the names of the fish on cichlid forum its the only place i seem to be able to find them any help would be great copadichromis verduyni -(narangu) copadichromis borleyi - (namalenje) not kadangos copadichromis ilesi -(kirondo) copadichromis sp -(mbenji blue) copadichromis sp -(midnight mloto) copadichromis sp -(mloto undu)
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