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  1. QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM CLUBS MEETING NIGHTS This post has been missing for a couple of years and as a result not all the information is up to date. If you are aware of any changes to information relating to the clubs please pm me with the details so the correct information can be posted. AUSTRALIAN & NEW GUINEA FISHES ASSOCIATION QLD INC ANGFA Queensland MEETING STARTS 7.30 PM 2ND FRIDAY OF EVERY 2ND MONTH STARTING IN FEBRUARY. BAR JAI HALL 178 ALEXANDRA ROAD CLAYFIELD BRISBANE CONTACT - LEO O'REILLY 0438 733 789 BETTA AUSTRALIS http://www.facebook.com/BettaAustralis MEETING STARTS 7.30 PM 3RD TUESDAY EVERY MONTH ACE COMICS MEETING ROOM SHOP 18 ANNERLEY ARCADE (DOWNSTAIRS) 478 IPSWICH ROAD ANNERLEY 4103 GOLD COAST AQUARIUM SOCIETY Gold Coast Aquarium Society - QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists MEETING STARTS 7.30 PM 4TH FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH STARTING IN JANUARY UNDER THE W.D. WILLIAMSON PAVILION, CABOOLTURE SHOW GROUNDS BEERBURRUM RD CABOOLTURE ( UBD MAP 47 REF Q13) CONTACT: GRAEME 0402 841 627 QUEENSLAND CICHLID GROUP Queensland Cichlid Group Inc Homepage 1ST FRIDAY OF EVERY SECOND MONTH MEETINGS START 7.30 PM BAR JAI HALL 178 ALEXANDRA ROAD CLAYFIELD BRISBANE SUNSHINE COAST AQUARIUM CLUB http://aquaholicsonline.com.au/forum/index.php THE AQUARIUM & TERRARIUM SOCIETY OF QLD LAST HEARD FROM IN 2010 AS A MARINE ONLY CLUB. NO CONTACT DETAILS. WIDE BAY AQUARIUM SOCIETY WBAQS - Home IF ANYBODY HAS MORE UP TO DATE INFORMATION ON EXISTING OR NEW CLUBS, PLEASE NOTIFY ME BY PM SO THAT I CAN KEEP THIS LIST UP TO DATE. GRAEME :af1
  2. http://www.qldaf.com/forums/qah-queensland-aquarium-hobbyists-135/saturday-february-6th-queensland-aquarium-hobbyists-auction-127263/
  3. Saturday February 6th Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists Auction Auction Starts 5.00PM Fish in from 3.30PM Caboolture High School Lee Street Caboolture near hospital more information to follow soon.
  4. Saturday OCTOBER 10th Queensland Cichlid Group FISH-ONLY AUCTION Virginia State School Hall 1678 Sandgate Rd, Virginia QLD 4012 It is just south of where Toombul Road joins Sandgate Road and near Virginia railway station. There is traffic lights on the corner of Sandgate road and Jeffers Street and a fish drop off area inside the school grounds. Fish in from 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Auction starts at 5.00 p.m. and finishes when all items have either been sold or passed in. No Smoking on School Grounds (including the Carpark) & No Alcohol on School Grounds (including the Carpark). Queensland Cichlid Group Commission 10% for members and 20% for non-members. Cash Only QCG Auction Form: http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG2014AFORM.pdf QCG Auction Guidelines: http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG2014AG.pdf
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  6. Saturday SEPTEMBER 5th QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS AUCTION AUCTION STARTS 5.00PM FISH IN FROM 3.30PM CABOOLTURE HIGH SCHOOL HALL LEE ST CABOOLTURE near hospital More info on links below Saturday SEPTEMBER 5th QUEENSLAND AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS AUCTION
  7. Program for Friday night is Spawning's, Losses and Acquisitions, followed by the Fish of the Month which is Vieja fenestratus both straight and Marbled. We will have some photo’s of the Group trip to Yamba. International Conference on March 14th 2015. Please remember to buy your ticket at the meeting Friday, this is your last chance to book so you don't miss out on the meals !!! Everyone is Welcome. Also our New Web site is up and running http://www.cichlid.org.au/
  8. Queensland Cichlid Group FISH-ONLY AUCTION Saturday 11th October Virginia State School Hall 1678 Sandgate Rd, Virginia QLD 4012 Fish in from 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Auction starts at 5.00 p.m. and finishes when all items have either been sold or passed in. Guidelines: http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG2014AG.pdf Seller Form: http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG2014AFORM.pdf It is just south of where Toombul Road joins Sandgate Road and near Virginia railway station. There is traffic lights on the corner of Sandgate road and Jeffers Street and a fish drop off area inside the school grounds. No Smoking on School Grounds (including the Car park) & No Alcohol on School Grounds (including the Car park). Change to Auction Guidelines since last auction : All sellers must be present at the auction and help in the running of the auction & while their fish etc are being auctioned, they must be either a runner (moving the sold items from the auctioneer to the payment table), runners assistant etc or be part of the on-stage auction team. http://www.qcichlid.org/
  9. Queensland Cichlid Group FISH-ONLY AUCTION Saturday 10th May Virginia State School Hall 1678 Sandgate Rd, Virginia QLD 4012 Fish in from 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Auction starts at 5.00 p.m. and finishes when all items have either been sold or passed in. http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG_AUCTION_GUIDELINES_2013.pdf http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG_AUCTION_FORM_2013.pdf It is just south of where Toombul Road joins Sandgate Road and near Virginia railway station. There is traffic lights on the corner of Sandgate road and Jeffers Street and a fish drop off area inside the school grounds. No Smoking on School Grounds (including the Car park) & No Alcohol on School Grounds (including the Car park).
  10. Meeting will start at 8.00 pm at Bar Jai Hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield The program schedule for the night: Spawnings ,Losses ,Acquisitions and Fish for sale. Dave will give a talk on his first fish tank. This is something we are keen to do more of in the future and is scheduled for around 5-10 minutes let somebody on the committee know or put it in the suggestion box (on the front table). Nev will be showing us how to make a tank filler from copper pipe and hose fittings, Dave will show how to build one from plastic pipe and hose fittings.These allow you to fill your tank without having to hold the hose and also not stir up the tank as you fill it. Bill will also have the new Apple I-Pad books from Ad Konings to show us. The final program for the night is old fish cures and their efficacy. This will be a multi person presentation. Also with our Auction next weekend all paper work and stickers will be available. Everyone is Welcome
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  12. Tramitichromis sp. "Red Flush" Copadichromis cyclicos (Msuli)
  13. Queensland Cichlid Group FISH ONLY Auction Saturday 12th October Virginia State School Hall 1678 Sandgate Rd, Virginia QLD 4012 corner of Sandgate Road and Jeffers Street. Fish in from 3.00pm to 6.00pm. No fish accepted after 6.00pm even if booked in earlier, all fish must be in by 6.00pm. No exceptions. Auction starts at 5.00pm and finishes when all items have either been sold or passed in. http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG_AUCTION_GUIDELINES_2013.pdf http://www.qcichlid.org/QCG_AUCTION_FORM_2013.pdf Fish drop off area inside the school grounds. No Smoking on School Grounds (including the Car park) No Alcohol on School Grounds (including the Car park). Cash Only.
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  15. ANGFA Qld has put out a new free colouring-in book with art from [MENTION=2772]rosequoll[/MENTION] and photos from Gunther Schmida. Queensland Threatened Fish Colouring Book We're hoping to increase awareness for threatened species day, so please feel free to pass a link on to teachers, schools etc.
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  17. Hello all. I'm new to keeping and breeding fish. Recently I have purchased a property with a large breeder tank. It has been not in operation for at Least a couple of years. It is a long narrow tanks on a stand, approximately 5 meters long by 50 cm wide and a height of 15 cm. there are two rows of these. I'm in the process of filling them up and there are no leaks. Came with some water filters and air pumps and thermos. I would like to ask a question to all those who breed fish what they think would be a worthwhile fish to breed. I'm seeking a fish that sells well, but also requires not too much complications. I have this asset and I might as well make use of it. Otherwise I could sell the tank setup. Any ideas for breeds of fish and how much complications are assosciated would be appreciated.
  18. http://www.angfaqld.org.au/aqp/blog/2013/05/14/in-1983/
  19. Hi everyone, I'm Dani from Fisheries Queensland, part of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. I am the pest fish officer for Queensland and are here to provide you with up-to-date and relevant information for Queensland's aquarium industry. I am hoping to use this forum to keep you informed of current media releases and issues regarding pest fish, as well as information and status of the national noxious fish process. Cheers Dani
  20. Ok – I have been asked a few questions, primarily about tilapia possession and control, but after reading a thread I thought this discussion might be a better one to start with. Sorry in advance for the length as it is a little complicated to explain. All of you are aware of the AQIS importation rules for live fish, so I won’t go over them here other than to say that there is a permitted freshwater fish import list. AQIS govern import (what can come into Australia from another country) and any follow on issues that may surround an import breach. Fish in the possession of an individual within Australia falls under the control of each jurisdiction, which have a variety of different rules etc. There are currently efforts being made to make those rules; especially the noxious fish lists, more consistent between the states and territories. Most of you know of the process (the national noxious fish list) run by the OFMIG (which in itself is another discussion for another day). Each state and territory will have a noxious list (black list), a permitted list (white list), or a combination of the 2. In Queensland we have both, a noxious and permitted list. The noxious list component is easy; you cannot possess, rear, sell, buy, bring into Qld or release into Qld waters any fish on that list. Please note that possession includes the whole or partial component of a noxious fish (therefore consumption is not permitted). I am sure there will be heaps of questions and explanations regarding this section but I will answer all that in another post. The permitted list is a little more complicated. Qld’s permitted list resembles relatively closely the AQIS permitted import list. HOWEVER, there are many fish species in Qld (and indeed Australia) that are not on the Qld’s permitted freshwater fish list. As mentioned on this forum before, bristlenose catfish are not on the permitted list, but they are one of the most commonly species traded. The trading and possession of species like bristlenose cats was happening before a lot of this legislation was formalised and has therefore been maintained. Fisheries Queensland has not enforced the legislation in regards to the possession of species that are not listed on the permitted list. However, individuals have been prosecuted for the possession of a declared noxious fish. So you must abide by the AQIS rules for importation and in Qld not possess species that are on the noxious list, regardless of where or how you go them. Here are some links you might be interested in: AQIS import list: Import Conditions Database - ICON - AQIS Queensland legislation: Fisheries Act 1994: http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/F/FisherA94.pdf Page 86 is the start of the noxious fish section. Queensland legislation: Fisheries Regulation 2008: http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/F/FisherR08.pdf Page 526 is the start of the noxious fish list. Page 531 is the start of the permitted freshwater fish list. Please always make sure when referring to any legislation that it is the most up to date version available.
  21. Our wonderful waters not far from Brisbane in Southeast Queensland has put on a good show as per usual for us on aandtsocietycollecting trips for our reef aquariums. We have had some great free dives, wonderful low tide walks and breath taking scuba trips for photo opportunities. Quite often some of us do not catch any thing intensionaly,some times we are just happy to be amongst so much life and literally swim with what many have to pay hundreds of dollars for at the local aquarium shop. Its only 12 years left now till the aandtsociety will has its 100th anniversary for indulging in these field trips. It’s a shame so many hobbyists don’t get the opportunity to be a part of the marine environment the way we do to get a serious understanding of how the ocean functions to apply things learnt from close up observations and apply them to our reef tanks This is where we keep the pics of common SEQ reef life that we regularly see. http://southeastqueenslandm.aforumfree.com/f20-fish-invertebrates-found-near-brisbane-in-seq At times we see some impressive cloud formations on the way out to reefs. On one of our low tide collecting walks, this was the welcoming committee or maybe it was just a cuddle wanted. A not so happy cuttlefish, he didn’t want any company other then the wife. She was just behind him. A couple of us on one of our favourite reefs getting readyto get in after being dropped off while the others went fishing.
  22. 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 come along meet some new people and learn something new.club shop will be there as well for all your food and dry goods
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  25. This reference area is for any one to look at and if any body wants to find out the correct Latin names for the ones not named yet, that would be wonderful. Obviously the larger creatures that are not for marine aquariums in some of the references will not have a guide for use in the aquarium.lol. As time goes by all will be described as to how they respond in reef or fish only aquarium situations or the non suitability for either. The bases for this reference centre is SEQ only,its finished and the tidying of all references and further additions begins now. http://southeastqueenslandm.aforumfree.com/f20-fish-invertebrates-found-in-seq
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