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  1. My main fish are too lazy to chase the feeders(will smash anything and everything that hits the surface)..and the feeder are too relaxed for my liking. . suggestions for good active native hunters ?
  2. .Hi guys, ive ve got a never ending battle with algae in my tang tank. i ve cut down the light I'm using algexit but I only seem to be controlling it not eradicating. ive been told common bristle nose will be no good as they will suck the slime cost from my sand sifters. any suggestions for other critters I can wack in the tank to chew this algae up? being a tang tank ph is quiet high. i have the common poo brown algae over everything. That hard green algae on my rocks and a green stringy kinda algae. tia lippa
  3. G'day all, went to sign up to the forum today but apparently i did a couple years ago I've always had an aquarium for the last 10-12 years, in the last couple years i've found myself getting further into the hobby, at the moment i have 2/2 x 1ft wide tanks, one is 1 ft deep the other is 1.5ish deep. At the moment i have a pair of convicts in 1 tanks and in the other an angel, khuli loach & 2 bristlenose. This weekend both are being jazzed up a bit, the larger is getting switched over to a planted tank and the other is getting set up better to try and eliminate wasted space. I'll be sure to put some pics up in a few days. Cheers
  4. Hi all, some lazy people from the club went out during the week a while back and got some cool fish for the aquariums. I especially like the hog fish (bodianus mesothorax) nice fish, even as an adult, can be a bit nasty to the little aquarium pets. Of course an old faithful for a tank, another long nose (forcipiger flavissimus) nice fish to have in a reef tank nibbling away at those pesky little crabs as such, before they get to big. There were also a couple of anthias caught, not my favourite, they require regular feeding, pretty though. If you like there is a scuba and snorkelling trip two days later to check out if you want on the following link, than click on( during the week snorkel and scuba dive to moreton island reefs and Rufus king wreck dive thread). http://southeastqueenslanda.aforumfree. ... a-life-f5/ these are the pics
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