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  1. 3rd Edition by Ad Konings WAS $129.95, NOW ONLY $59.95!!!! AND you can still use your QLDAF discount!!!!!! WOW This third, revised, edition of the definitive study of Lake Tanganyika cichlids discusses and illustrates more species than any previous publication. Basing his study on more than 750 hours of underwater observations all over the lake, the author characterizes the species by their habitat preferences, distribution, feeding and breeding behavior, and coloration. The more than 1200 photos illustrate all known Tanganyika cichlids, and the majority were taken in the lake, portraying the fish in their natural habitat. And the wealth of information on the natural environment this book contains will render it increasingly possible to maintain each species in the most natural way, allowing it to behave as if it were in the lake. Only by thus duplicating their normal environment can we expect to be treated to the natural behavior of these cichlids. Click on the link below to take advantage of this amazing offer http://www.thetechden.com.au/Tanganyika_Cichlids_in_their_Natural_Habitat_3rd_e_p/tang-cich3.htm
  2. We have the Aquael Shrimp Set 20 and Shrimp Set 30 going for half price - this is a in store pick up only. We have the Aquael Shrimp Set 20 listed on our website for $119 and these will be going for $59.50 - there are no further discounts on these. Aquael Shrimp Set 20 is a neat Nano tank designed for Shrimp or Planted and comes ready to go. We have the Aquael Shrimp Set 30 listed on our website for $149 and these will be going for $74.50 - there are no further discounts on these. Aquael Shrimp Set 30 is a neat Nano tank designed for Shrimp or Planted and comes ready to go. You will have to hurry as there is limited stock available and when they are gone - there gone... the set contains a PAT-MINI filter miniature shatterproof heater HEATZONE DECOLIGHT: replicates natural daylight in aquarium (colour temperature of 6500K) built-in reflector – increasing light emission
  3. We have taken up a awesome deal and passing on the savings on the Aquael Circulator 1000 lph Powerhead. 50% off is good but even better when you still get the QLDAF 10% discount off that. These are not a cheap Chinese made unit they are quality ceramic shaft European made Powerhead. This is well below the normal wholesale price. Deal of the Day - Aquael Powerhead 1000lph
  4. The way my bottom tank looked and was performing till late January 2013 was great, it was a bit more work then I would prefer keeping it like that, till that Aus day catastrophic power outage from Cyclone Oswald killed most all of it. So from my stupidity in trusting our power supply and not getting a generator, it was back to square one! From coming up here in 1977 I can not remember the power off for more then 4 hours, till then! A cheap one from aldi fixed all that. These are pics of how I screwed up by trusting that I will always have power reduced to a nothing tank, to not such a hard work tank any more. As always-another screw up of the thousands I have made is hopefully learnt from. I am also changing everything and all out of my top tank as it am getting bored with it, for me having mostly sps in that one is so boring! This first pic was 2 weeks before Oswald. A few weeks after Oswald. Morphs go in. Morphs and much more doing well Sun corals the next day from introduction just before lights out doing well. Sponge and some more algae in. Now.
  5. Hey guys, I'm looking at setting up an IBC cut in half inside a 2.1x1.5x2m bird aviary that's closed in 3 out of the four sides. Looking at housing a Macquarie short neck turtle in one with local caught gudgeons, the other half will be rainbow fish and gudgeons together. My question is, "Am I able to use an IBC cut in half as a pond, as in both sides useable?" I will have a fly screen cover over both that will be latched done with hinges in one side, a t8 duel baton 4 foot light with reptile globes over the turtle side and just 12v led Cree spot lights over the other side. I'm thinking of a canister for each and heaters as well, and some 700lph internals to keep the water always moving. Is this at all feasible? Or am I just dreaming? I could buy two! the turtle ones the important one as we have two! Both were in a 4.5 foot tank and the male has bitten off the toes of the female, so she gets the pond and he can live in the tank! Both turtles are my sisters, I'm the fish dude, but I've offered to take her off her hands, she's currently in a 2 foot =[ keep in mind they are only just over palm sized at the moment. I will also get a Bigger turtle dock for her, plus that "pond" will only be 3/4 full at most. Regards! Nathan =]
  6. Hey guys I havnt bred bettas before but I have been reading through so many old threads on how to do it... Now I really want to try it does anyone sell pairs 1st preference is half moons but will settle for anything easy:) the seller must be able to ship as I live up in mackay Thanks Lachie
  7. hey everyone, o bought a little half beak yesterday took it home and poped it in the tank walked away for about half an hour came back and havnt seen it since. the only fish in the tank that is big enough to eat it would be a little dwaf gourami? would a gourami eat another little fish i thought they where friendly? cheers Adam.
  8. Hi, i am looking for platinum, solid yellow or mustard gas, and red copper females. I was just wondering if someone can help me out. And no fishchicks useless and won't do anything- been there done that and she won't split " the pairs" or help.
  9. as most of you would know we had a big storm today and i was working all day and found out when i got home that power was out all day, so i looked into my tank my male GT was at the bottom of the tank really pale, no colour at all and was darting around into the glass and stuff same as female. water was cold so i turned up heater and in under an hour they are fine and colour is back to normal and so is the character. will they be fine from now on??
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  11. my missus got her first tank today she loves it she has ten cardinal tetras a pappermint bristlenose and a discuss she cant stop looking at it good stuff i reckon
  12. Well, had a disaster last night. Woke up this morning to see 5 of my fish have died in my 4ft African all-male display tank, all large fish over 4" and looking gorgeous. Only 3 Africans survived and 2 BN's Stupidly I over medicated the tank with Melafix to treat some fin damage on a couple of fish. Thought I'd followed the directions carefully but I've obviously overdosed the tank. List of the deceased: 4" Aulonocara Kandeense "Blue Ordchid" - just coloured up a few months ago. 6" Elec Blue 6" Aulonocara Lwanda 5" Aulonocara Kornelaie - Wild caught! 6" Red Empress All great display fish and all gone! It's even more tough losing the peacocks as it's very hard to find the quality. Oh well, that's fishkeeping.
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