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  1. I have bought 3 timers now all of them have worked for 1-2 days then stopped working. Any help would be awesome.
  2. It Hasn't Been Watered In 40 Years, But This Plant In A Bottle Is Perfectly Healthy. WHOA.
  3. Hi guys This would be common knowledge for a few of you but as I have never had L fry and would love some advise. My L002's have done the mommy-daddy think and I have some fry, or one that I know of. The male is still fanning and protecting the cave so I assume more are in there but I have thus far only seen the one that washed out about 5 days ago with a water change (mainly just a egg at the time, but now the egg is almost gone and I have the sucker swimming around) Should I be removing the male and the cave or should they be okay with the female in the tank? Also should I feed them differently now that I have fry? Thanks Rudi
  4. The kids just walked past the tank and noticed 50 or so baby fish in the tank in amounst the large sandstone rocks, upon closer inspection the 2 convicts have burrowed some caves under the rocks and have about 50 or so babies. I have about 30 other various cichlids in the tank, and have been watching the tank for the past 30 minutes or so and one of the convicts seems to be doing a good job at keeping the other fish at bay whist the other stays in the den. My question - how long can they keep the fish at bay before they get overrun or too tired to keep up the perimeter? I dont like my chances of getting the fry out into another small tank as if I start to move the rocks out the way all the fish will go mad and scatter. Should I just leave them and let nature take its course?
  5. Could somebody explain to a virgin auction attendee how this Brisbane super auction operates? Do you register at the door? Is there a catalogue of livestock / items up for bidding? How can you pay - eg cash only? etc etc. I have the date marked on my calendar and have already got permission from my darling generous wife to attend. Can't wait.
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