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  1. Hi all, I am or have not been a fan of frontosabut recently I looked up how many species there are of frontosa. I was amazed to find there are around 15 various strains geographically located around the lake. Of those we seem to only have about 4 of the sepcies. I don't know if it is cost or not but I was looking for C. Gibberosa "Nangu" as these are a deep water frontosa and the adults look impressive. I may be a bit naieve but the import of Cyphotilapia spp does not identify the individual species. Surely there are people with the contacts or ability to coordinate a buy and possible add in other species that people may want such as new blood in apistos or other species. What do you think?
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  3. https://www.daf.qld.gov.au/services/news-and-updates/fisheries/news/revolutionary-fish-ageing-research-completed https://www.daf.qld.gov.au/services/news-and-updates/fisheries/news/captive-reared-jungle-perch-released-into-the-wild-for-the-first-time https://www.daf.qld.gov.au/services/news-and-updates/research/news/prawn-farming-research-project-offers-improved-productivity-and-waste-utilisation fish ageing, jungle perch and prawn farming
  4. Hey guys, As you know the QFAS market day is coming up. having an event for those members down south Brisbane and Goldie this is fantastic location. I would like to seek feedback about the idea of having a joint QLDAF table. Obviously all the rules of the QFAs event would have to be followed. We would expect any involved members to be responsible for there own float (have money for change). Depending on how many members are interested we may need to limit number of lots to be sold to ensure all have a fair go. Please either indicate interest here or shoot me a PM. If we have sufficient interest QLDAF will fund the table. Regards, Steve
  5. Hi All. We already have a extensive range of fish food and i am seriously considering stocking the complete range of Sera to our range of products. Any thoughts or comments on this fellow QLDAF peeps ? Ben:blabla:
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  7. Having quite a few tanks running solely on sponge filters I was racking my brains how to remove tannin from 9 of them without too much disturbance and as some of them have tie bars all round sides, I couldn't use a hang-on filter. I bought a small el cheapo top filter for 25 bucks placed a bag of purigen in the box and ran it for a couple of hrs in each tank..........all tanks now sparkling clean. kev
  8. All i can really say is, it took me almost a week to become activated on qldaf, And it is about bloody time, I've been viewing most discussions and topics and to my interest but could not reply or bid... But now i am a member i am quite pleased and glad i can now begin posting!!!
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