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  1. This is one of our new additions. He / she is around 16cm and is an awesome fish (well we think so) sorry the damn things are upside down Seems to be an iphone thing??? Thanks for looking, Troy
  2. Meeting starts 7.30pm Annerley Arcade 478 Ipswich Road Annerley, QLD 4103 This month's meeting will feature a talk on Wild Bettas of Thailand and a brief discussion on the up-coming National Show. Light supper provided. All welcome https://www.facebook.com/events/225809091111818/
  3. On tonight! Betta Australis table show and March meeting. Doors open 7pm, Meeting starts 7.30pm. Bring along your solid coloured Siamese Fighter for the table show. Bought or own bred, all welcome. Members' draw, lucky door prize, supper provided. Tonight's discussion is on the much threatened wild Bettas. Come along see some of these beautiful fish "in the fin"! Cheers, Jodi-Lea
  4. Read a lot about beef heart being bad for discus because of the high fat content, but makes them grow quick. The argument that discus don't jump out of rivers & eat cattle seems too simplistic. People don't jump on cattle in the paddock & eat them either, but we still consume a lot of it: I think moderation & variety is probably the key. Wondering if anyone has tried kangaroo meet on their discus? High in protein & low in fat: 1-2%, would seem perfect at first glance. I know they don't have kangaroos in the Amazon, they would be too quick anyway! Comments please!
  5. Thought I would post a pic of our new baby. I will keep this thread updated to show the progress.
  6. LED lighting continues to push the boundaries of what it means to light an aquarium. Kessils has evolved with the times to provide the perfect lighting solution for the specific lighting needs of our aquariums. In particular Kessil has embraced the shimmer effect that creates a natural and very beautiful lighting effect. The 34 watt models, are known as A150W and come in 4 varieties. Choose from the warm tropical planted 6700K, to the crisp bright 10,000K, to a dazzling clean white/blue 15,000K and the hypnotic deep ocean blue 20,000K. The Kessils A150W is perfect light for smaller tanks, its unobtrusive design makes maintenance a breeze and keeps the aesthetics of high end displays. Kessils can also be employed in groups for dramatic lighting of large tanks. The nature of beams offers the option to create highlighted and shaded areas as desired. Enabling the keeping of both high light and low light life in the same aquarium. Another popular option is employing Kessils as supplementary lighting. This gives the chance to create a HC lawn in a moss tank or an sps coral stand in a zoa display. Recently the Amazon Sun model has received an LED upgrade (15% brighter than the normal W series) and is now known as the A150WE. The 90 Watt models, are known as the A360, and we currently have stock of both the A360WE Tuna Blue and the A360NE Tuna Blue. The A360 is a true powerhouse that brings flexibility and customisation while still retaining the clean minimalist aesthetics that Kessils users appreciate so much. Famously taking the crown in the 2012 Reef Builders LED showdown, the A360 has gone on to become one of the most loved bits of reefing equipment in the hobby. The latest models push the technology even more, and not just with a 15% increase in light output. They also bring external controllability thanks to compatibility with popular controllers and Kessil Logic which makes getting the best performance out of the light a breeze. As power has grown more expensive, smarter more efficient lighting such as the Kessils has kept the high end reef within reach of all aquarists. Kessils have proven reliability, which stems from their meticulous quality control and sourcing of only the highest quality components. There is no need to settle for anything but the best! Check out their brochure for more information Sold separately we also have Kessils accessories including the A series Gooseneck, 90 degree Gooseneck adapter, unit link cable and the Apex controller cable. To finish our introduction please enjoy some coral photography under Kessils.
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  8. Next meet: Friday 5 Oct - usual place Programme topics include: - De-nitrator experience - DVD on Lake Tanganyika - Great raffle prizes - Reminder QCG Auction the following nite, Sat 6 Oct Lock it in!
  9. hey guys a few people have mentioned this and im willing to organise one to c how it goes just wanting to know exaclty how much interest there is im planing on having it in a hall somewhere in brisbane but in order for me to organise it i would need at least 12 people to confirm that they would book a table i would also like to have a few of our sponsors have a table set up there will b a sausage sizzle with all proceeds going to QLDAF so let me know if your interested and if you would like to help out in organising hopefully the first of many great get togethers
  10. I don't even care that the name is silly. Said it as a joke, but it stuck and he's ADORABLE. A little rip on the tailfin and the tips of his little back fins are missing but they should sort themselves out in time. I don't even care. I'm SO happy. =) Here's some pics, uploading vid now!
  11. 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
  12. Hey Guys, just getting the word out there for Betta Australis, its a chapter of teh IBC we are re-forming. We would love to see some new faces. We are meeting next on Tuesday the 17th of January at 7.30, we usually finish around 9.30-10 and have a look through Fishchicks afterwards. We meet in the Anerly Arcade in the Ace Comics game room next to Fishchicks. I will try to answer any questiosn but I will be away until the 17th and wont get much of a chance to get on.
  13. There will be NO Queensland Cichlid Group meeting for April as it falls on Good Friday. Next Meet: Friday 4th May 2012 Auction - Fish Only: Saturday 5th May 2012 (Auction forms to be put out soon) Bar Jai Hall, Alexandra St, Clayfield (near Clayfield Rail Station & Junction road). Take exit East West Arterial Road from Gateway / M1; Sandgate Road from northern suburbs or city. Meet: First Friday of the month (unless public holiday; 2nd Friday for January) Time: 7:30 for 8:00 Start. Drinks & nibblies available Format: Committee report, General business, main talk/s - discussion, raffle Queensland Cichlid Group Inc Homepage - website works in progress Qld Cichlid Group Inc | Facebook - updating
  14. Goneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!
  15. Topic is soil based tanks and a few other things, I go by matt_95 on other forums. Hope to see some new faces
  16. Gday all, Well I have organised a meet up and swap over of fish for a few people at around 12-1 midday @ Zarraffa's Coffee near coles in the Toombul Shopping Centre??? Centro Toombul Directions to the Toombul Shopping Centre http://www.centrotoombul.com.au/info...d=MzE4&ciid=44 If any other member would like to catch up there and m,aybe go for a impromptude fish shop crawl it would be great. Cheers Johno
  17. Hey Sunshine coast locals our next get together is comming up July 3RD "Sunday" Cafe Envy "Argyle Building" 5/31 Cotton Tree Parade, Cotton Tree QLD 4558 Cafe Envy - Home Time 3pm Onwards see you there all are welcome
  18. Hey Guys This is just a friendly reminder to all sunshine coast locals that we are meeting again for coffee today at Starbucks at mooloolabah at 3pm if you are a FISH NERD like the rest of us and live on the sunny coast and want to meet others NERDS you are welcome to come.. see you all there
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  20. hey guys just a few quick pics of my Red Devil grown a tad since my avatar pic <------
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