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Found 6 results

  1. Has anyone seen these great fish around recently? And if macrostoma are ever found out there..let me know asap! A whole bunch of Nigriventer fry were getting around about 5 years back but seems to be a very hard fish to find now?? I'd be keen to find some again.. Photo included for reference (Ty.nigriventer)
  2. So... out of the large20cm plus preds and that such as champsochromis caeruleus, spilorhynchus, compressiceps, fusco, buccos, polystigma and 35cm gentile frontti . Who is the tuffest baddest and the winner when it comes who is running the unit/show/tank And then who wins and who flees like a whipped dog when it comes to those preds vs mpangaz???? The answer isssssss!!! My 5cm mpanga! This little bad ass has gotta togo!! Hes terrorizing my mature adult haps non stop! Iv never seen a fusco flee so fast from some thing smaller than his pectoral fins haha. Even managed to scare off the malawi trouts whilst they were mating and ate 3 eggs. Too small to catch out of my tank. Man I wish i cud spear gun him out grrrrrrrrrr
  3. Long time no see qldaf.... Thought i would do a build thread of my new marine tank here. Have just moved to the dark side after doing freshwater my whole life and have jumped into the deep end with this system. It is 8x1000x2.5 with a 4x3 growout and 4x3 racetrack sump attached. Its going to be a fowlr system and am currently looking at the following stocking: Lined sweetlip Slingjaw wrasse Barramundi cod Threadfin snapper Miniata grouper Cheeklined maori wrasse Emperor angel Sohal tang Painted lobster Whitemouth moray 2x mask ray Blue spotted ribbontail ray Bluegrey carpet shark i currently have a 4x2 quarantine running as i wait for the display tank to arrive in the coming weeks. And here is the stand, growout and sump
  4. Hello, I know that Im new in here so I would like to show you my new project. I have decided to build a 20mm thick Acrylic tank to house my fish Any input from you guys would be very helpfull as I have not done a project this size before.
  5. Just one more example of how interesting it can get when the combination of recreational collecting/field trips are combined with your part of the reef kept at home. What follows is a pic I took ages ago of the eggs that are laid on the tube of tube worms and when they hatch they go in to the tube and devour the tubeworm from below. This I found out by accident many years ago, like most things that I do. I knew I had the original pic somewhere, but could only find the processed one till the other day. Usually you buy the tube worm and they may already have one of these predators in there with them ready to multiply and spread through your tank if food is available. The egg blisters did not look like they should be a problem to tube worms, not that I would have had any idea back then, until just before lights out one night years ago, around the late 90s I think it was that I observed the hatching of some of them and into that tube some went. I took the tube worm out and sliced it open and to see if these things live with tube worms, there were two in there and not much tube worm left of the actual feather duster worm and one was attached to the tube worm where there was damage. Makes you think, hey!
  6. Stumbled upon this today, awesome predator tank, awesome rays, slightly overcrowded though!! But they do all appear very healthy
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