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  1. Hi, Finally, I have purchased enough to set up a fully planted high tech with CO2 (need more lights) shrimp and goldfish setup. This can allow me heavily feed my goldfish like pigs, their ... feeds the filter, and the filter feeds my plants. Shrimps are cleaner. Of course, no heater to save $$$ on power. How good is that? I will upload pic tonight lol
  2. So I dropped into mappins the other day for a look and was quite surprised with the amount of awesome stock they had, every tank was stocked with some really nice fish. They had a heap of nice looking mangrove jacks, heaps of coal grunters, Harvey creek blue eyes, and other types of blue eyes, a massive school of salmon tail cats which was quite fun to watch, nice rainbows and the list goes on, honestly I've never seen it looking so good. By the way I don't work for or have any affiliation with them, they just had some nice fish in stock
  3. Rare fully black flower horn. Found this on gumtree. RARE FULLY BLACK FLOWERHORN FULLY GROWN | Fish | Gumtree Australia Logan Area - Greenbank | 1039291589
  4. I need to move in the next few months, all are right, except the tank. Any tips to move as it is 6x2x70 full of plants, around diy substrate: 80kg bunnings sand, dino dung, etc... Fish looks fine except some small peppermint BNs and shrimps, not sure how to find them, but plants and substrate are my most concern as I may need a few weekend to take out plants, move, and set it back ;( I have a 2ft guppy, which i can try to select some best plants to move first just to be sure. A 200l drum to store the big fish.... Anyone done before has some tips for me or notes to beware? Thanks...
  5. Hi All, We just received a massive shipment of Aquarworld heaters. Fully Submersible & includes a 3 year full replacement warranty. Link below, Age of Aquariums - Aquarium Heaters As always all QLDAF members receive their usual 10% discount off our advertised prices.
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  7. Just grabbed the camera and banged off a few handheld........... tank lights only so they're a bit crappy. f2.8 20th sec 50mm. It was just too good to miss seeing them up and about at feeding time
  8. Had undergravel filters in this for 5 yrs without a clean. Complete strip-down and UG's removed.....Jeez there was some crap under there! Discus tank now completed kev
  9. I was talking to a few mates about filling the weir on my 6x2x2 with a few bags of media to act as sort of a "pre-filter" before the canister (2200lph). One of my mates said that it wouldn't work properly as the media only works when the water trickles through it, otherwise the bacteria gets rinsed off. Now, this can't be true as the media trays in my canisters are always submerged aren't they? What do you think?
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