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  1. Will be collecting some shortlyfor my own purposes as there seems to be quite an interest, so if anybody who is already breeding rainbows is interested please contact me As easy to breed as rainbows and rhads, they dont seem to eat their eggs or young Will only collect extra for those interested in breeding - not for your fishtank
  2. Hi my partner and I have been looking at salt water setups and we are interested in doing one ourselfs. Just not sure where we should begin as we have never had any experience in saltwater setups. We don't know anything about them, so we were wanting to know of all the info that would be needed for us to start as bigginers and also the costs that would be involved and also time and maintenance required.
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  4. I have my first batch of little wrigglers and was wondering when I grow them out to about 4cm would anyone be interested in buying them?
  5. Anyone interested in the hobby come and check out my facebook page. Brisbane Aquaponics. Come and share your pics, info and experiences. Thanks.
  6. red tail catfish, giant gourami ( free to the right home)
  7. gday guys and girls I was put onto this and thought it was a great idea to spread around and hopefully get more fisho's keen on catching these little blighters How to Cook Tilapia - Baked Tilapia Recipe I was informed that they are very tastey and if we can get every one hooked (including the trawlers) then they could do all the hard work and then leave the other great natives alone.. Enjoy
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  9. Hi forum members in thinking of getting my first Ls Just after some simple info on keeping them and what Lno to start with? Don't whant to spend heaps on first lot Also if you have some that are a little cheeper pm me (not asking for free fish just don't whant to spend big bucks) Thanks everyone
  10. hey guys, just wanted to know if there is anyone out there who would be willing to place a bulk order on some fish (min order of $200) some of the following are more rare Cichlasoma festae 4.5cm Urau 6cm Vieja marble fenestratus 6cm Satanaperca Leucosticus 5cm Rivulatus White edge 6cm Thorichthys ellioti 5cm Please contact me via pm for prices and inquire's about these fish and others that may be listed, many other types of fish just requet and i can have a look for them thanks
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  12. Hey everyone, Was searching through youtube and found a 4 part video on Lake Tanganyika (just type "lake tanganyika" and you should see lake tanganyika part 1) and I found it to be interesting to learn and little more about tang fish and their natural environment. Also it was good to see what the lake actually looked like and learn more about how they all breed and protect their young almost like us human beings. Wont spoil it for you just have a look may learn something new. Here's the link incase your to lazy to type. Cheers Shane
  13. After many months of information and photograph gathering, research, and website development, ozarowana and I are proud to announce the launch of EartheatersAustralia, a community powered hobbyists guide to Eartheater species presently residing in the Australian trade. What is EartheatersAustralia? EartheatersAustralia is aimed at consolidating information that is quite scattered and also trying to get a general consensus as to which species of Eartheaters are actually here in Australia. While some species may still need a little work, the bulk of the website is complete and functioning. Please note that this is not a regular profile website; while it does provide information detailing how to successfully identify and differentiate certain species, it mainly deals with the availability of species within Australia. Photographs shown on each species profiles are all sourced from Australian hobbyists and information regarding the status of many species came to us as a result of many enthusiasts contributions to various major Australian forums. Can you help? You most certainly can and we welcome any hobbyists contributions towards the website. If you have reasonable quality photographs you would like added, believe certain information is incorrect or needs adjustment, or currently own a species not on the list, please contact ozarowana or myself via forums or email. If you run into any errors on the website please also feel free to contact us so we can fix it as soon as possible. With Eartheaters starting to come back into fashion recently, we hope this website helps beginners and experts alike with their love of Eartheaters. Thanks, japes & ozarowana.
  14. Hi guys is anyone interested in going halves in a breeding colony of Electric Blues there are 2 Males and 9 Females, I only want 1 Male and 4 Females, and there $250 for all of them, they are Benni's Blues that he has up for sale and i do not have room for all of them and i thought there might be some one out there who is interested, if there is send me a message so we can work something out. Cheers Matt
  15. re previous post about group buys but maybe a place to start would be to see what people are after and go from there.
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