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  1. TODAY'S THE DAY Saturday July 9th Q.A.H. TWILIGHT MARKET DAY Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. Hire of space $20.00 Depending on number of seller this may be reduced. Any Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers to provide own tables, however if a table is needed one can be supplied at $5 per table. Be aware there are very limited tables available. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space if available, otherwise they must refill the space from their car. Every Item sold MUST be priced. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with Rules similar to the auction rules as far as size of fish and bagging of fish but with the number limits removed. So if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. No sick or deformed fish to be sold. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller But be aware that health and welfare of the fish is paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. No electrical goods of any kind to be sold. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date No half empty containers. No gravels smaller than 10mm No potted plants unless potted in wool. Sellers MUST provide their own change. There are very limited sites with power. NOTE: Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  2. TODAY'S THE DAY QAH TWILIGHT MARKET DAY. Saturday 9th JULY 2016 BAR JAI HALL, 178 Alexandra Road, CLAYFIELD. Have been told about 13 stalls coming - still room for a couple more. Hot dogs and drinks will be available. Setup from 4.00 p.m. Open to the public from 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. Hire of space $20.00 Depending on number of seller this may be reduced. Any Hobby related item may be sold except as excluded below. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers to provide own tables, however if a table is needed one can be supplied at $5 per table. Be aware there are very limited tables available. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space if available, otherwise they must refill the space from their car. Every Item sold MUST be priced. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with Rules similar to the auction rules as far as size of fish and bagging of fish but with the number limits removed. So if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. No sick or deformed fish to be sold. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller But be aware that health and welfare of the fish is paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. No electrical goods of any kind to be sold. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date No half empty containers. No gravels smaller than 10mm No potted plants unless potted in wool. Sellers MUST provide their own change. There are very limited sites with power. NOTE: Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  3. QFAS have cancelled the Market Day for 9th July. But I was wondering if I booked the hall and ran the market day not QFAS, would anyone still turn up? If I can get 6 people who say they want to sell at the Market Day I can charge $20 per space and still break even on the hall rental. So if you let me know before the end of the week I will go ahead and book the hall instead of QFAS. Graeme
  4. Saturday July 9th Q.F.A.S. Market Day PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES Following suggestions from people at the Ipswich Market Day this will be a Twilight Market Day. Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST
  5. Saturday July 9th Q.F.A.S. Market Day Please note different times Following suggestions from people at the ipswich market day this will be a twilight market day. Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST
  6. Next Q.A.H. Inc. Meeting Friday 31st of July Meeting starts 7.30pm Under the W.D. Williamson Pavilion Caboolture Show Grounds Beerburrum Road Caboolture. This month's meeting will have the regular, Spawning’s, Losses and Acquisitions. and Fish of the Month. We also have special guest speaker Greg Ure, who will be doing a slide show presentation on his visit to Aquarama and fish farms.
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  8. Plenty of prizes up for grabs... This months Lucky Member Draw Prize is a Breeding Chimney. Kindly supplied by Fishchick Aquatics: The Betta Australis Grooming Competition is finally being judged. Judging will be performed by all members present. Bring all, or some of your best fish that you have raised along. Just to remind you, these are the prizes up for grabs: Certificates/Ribbons will be awarded for: Most Developed Best Male Best Female Most Unusual (there is always an oddball or 2 in every spawn ) 1st Prize - Breeders Pack: Certificate, Spawn Tank, Heater, Sponge Filter, MW culture and a small container of Brine Shrimp Eggs 2nd Prize - Fry Food Pack: Certificate, MW culture, Small Container of Brine Shrimp Eggs and a bag of Micro Pellets 3rd Prize - Betta Basics Pack :Certificate, Bag of Micro Pellets, Betta Scoop All prizes/certificated donated by Jarrod And finally, our Win a Breeding Pair club raffle will be drawn. Tickets will still be up for sale before the meeting and are $10 each. Details can be found on the club website: Win A Breeding Pair This is a great opportunity to grab a quality breeding pair for the fraction of the price you would buy them for. It is also a good reason to think about joining the club All fish donated by Jack (waterchange@mybettas.com) and Jarrod We welcome anyone interested to check out the club to come along and sit in on a meeting or 2 before making up your mind. Fish geeks, bettas, prizes, talks and cake - what more could you ask for on a Tuesday night!
  9. Thanks SS & FJ for the last post heads up to those asking... *** Want to know more about keeping and breeding Cichlids?**** Confirmed presentation this Friday 6th July by a commercial fish farmer that has recently published a book. Brian has farmed fish commercially in his homeland and worked here locally with one of the major players in the wholesale ornamental fish industry. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that he is happy to share to newbies and experienced fish keepers alike. Where: Bar-Jai Hall, 178 Alexandra Rd, Clayfield Time: 7:00- 7:30pm pre-meet mingle; 7:30pm kick off club business, then main talk What you missed out on last meeting.... Pest Fish presentation by Fisheries - noxious fish species spread throughout Qld Video: Home made fish food - 2 superb recipies QCG Auction wrap - Thanks to QLDAF folk that rocked up, supplied fish and bid Raffle prizes - quality aquarium pharmaceuticals and products from QCG sponsers Club shop - quality fish food & dry goods at value $ Seizures there! aqc
  10. Hi All, Here is a link, Age of Aquariums - Aquarworld 150w Heater Ben
  11. Ok, so I think I cleaned up last night in reguards to sweet deals Purchase #1: A 'colony' consisting of 9 Venustus. Got them home & they were all blue!! How lucky an I!? I got those sweet girls that look like boys so everybody wants 'em. Now Im gunna pump 'em out & make millions oh sweet sweet millions! AND there was 10 in the bag! can it get any sweeter?!?!?! Puchasse #2: 10 Convicts - $2!! Purchase #3: 10 geo brasiliensis $5!! There were other purchases but nothing of this rareity & quality!! I really cleaned up! Who else acquired their dream fishes at bargain prices last night??
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  14. Down the coast pics and videos What a day,very nice conditions,a little cool in the water,but pretty good over all. We got to the boat ramp with Dannys boat at around 9.15 am and the three of us this time were in the water by around 10.00 am and we had a ball. The vis was at the start,about 3 metres and by the time the tide was all the way in it would have been a good 8 metres vis and considering the deepest spot was around 8 metres,that's not bad at all for a estuary dive. We were in the water for around 4 hours and saw lots of clown fish,mainly! These are some of the fish and inverts caught on the day. Lots of anemone shrimp see on the day. One of the few times we bothered getting any of the millions of banded shrimp we see. One this trip there were between 25 and 30 akyndinos in a small area in 3 to 7 feet of water. some local tangs were asked for by a clubbie or two. These are for nick. what this is i have no idea???? When we arrived One of the more friendly eels on the day. A monocle bream we caught. A nice medium sized saddle back butterfly caught,i wanted to leave it but Danny has always wanted one,it eats like a pig in his tank. There is a clown in there,just to cosy in there to come out. Three clowns in this one. A purple radi with resident clown. Dinner sized cod. A couple of the divers feeding the fish.
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  16. Hey guys, Sorry about the delay, but entries for the Photo Competition that ended on June 30 have finally been collected and they're ready to be judged. Unfortunately we didn't get as many entries as we'd hoped for; the more entries we get the more prizes that will hopefully be donated, and we can run this more regularly. Big thanks to our sponsors for donating the following items. 1st Prize: 3' x 15" x 18" Fish tank Donated by Aquarium Petland Southport 2nd Prize: Aquis 700 Canister Donated by Atlas Aquarium Mystery Prizes: AquarWorld Heaters Donated by Redlands Pet Centre (I believe Russ will hand pick the winners) While the entries are anonymous, because of how tightly knit this community is some people are going to recognise fish and photographs, there's nothing we can do about that, so the votes are up to you! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. No particular order. Let the voting commence, best of luck to all of the entrants and lets pray for more entries next time! Voting will close in 2 weeks time on Wednesday the 23rd of July.
  17. Have been lucky enough to get my dirty big fat mitts on a Canon EOS400D over the last few days, unfortunately it's not mine and I'm just borrowing it, so I've been trying to make the most out of it while I'm on holidays. Since the last update, my Orange Heads (or at least the dominant male) are finally starting to show some real orange in the head, and fin extensions are starting to pop up here and there as my juveniles develop. Anyway, here's my favourite shots from the past week. Obligatory full tank shot with new driftwood. A. heckelii G. altifrons 'Rio Tocantins' G. sp. 'Araguaia Orange Head' Cheers, Ryan.
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