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  1. The last few weeks have seen beautiful visibility and an even better clear water event is on the horizon! During these clear water days I actually found a latezonatus family, not just one, but a few in an aurora crispa anemone. The latz out off here are a dime a dozen, but a group of latz in an aurora, cool! The links to youtube do not work on here so put in the google search bar, starting with a capital l for like "liquidg marine life-youtube", then look for that video.
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  3. Found this blast from the past............ back in 2009 The 10 Greatest Web Videos of Marine Invertebrates | Deep Sea News
  4. Some awesome footage from the South Alligator River Midgley’s or Black-blotch Grunter in Kakadu Midgley’s and other grunters from Kakadu
  5. Went to rainbow beach for a weekend and stopped at Searys Creek for a swim , couldnt resist taking a video again, water was so tannin stained it was a deep red. Some underwater footage of larger native fish this time cheers
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  7. thought I would start to share some of my kap pics if you haven't already seen them in the flesh or on line somewhere.
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  9. I Thought A few People might like to see a few videos of our shrimp. Yellow Cherry shrimp Orange Sunkist Sakura Cherry Shrimp Red Rilis Feeding CRS Blue Cherry Shrimp Thank You For Watching....
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  12. Since there's absolutely no way that I can find to upload or embed video anymore (GREAT, really) I'll have to share links. I'm thinking the two sparring in the first two vids are actually females based on face shape, but I could be wrong: http://vimeo.com/17464347 http://vimeo.com/17464582 Here's the one I think is male, based on head and mouth shape, which is showing no aggression. http://vimeo.com/17464789 If I could get any help sexing them that'd be great. I think I'll have to observe them over the next week and try to work out who is who. The hope was getting a male and two females, if it looks like it's all wrong then I guess I'll be back to Smith's next week.
  13. Interesting combination of fish that I wouldn't think of recommending myself. One for cory lovers. One for Smiley and Techie and all the other L boys and girls.
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  15. Hi all, Until I get some better quality footage, here is the youtube links to videos of both my 6ft and 8ft rescapes. Over the past week I've changed both these tanks from gravel to sand. I used Mary River sand which I got from a local landscaper. The 6ft tank houses my female jag. The large piece of driftwood that runs the length of the tank is one I bought from forum member "Sarg". The 8ft tank houses juvie festae, JD, polleni, convict female, 6 x tiger barbs, 2 x common BN and 1 x featherfin catfish I got from forum member "Trippa02". Andrew and Shane, thought you'd like to see where your former possessions are now residing. Oh, by the way, the large green eheim filter intake on the LHS of the 8ft is only hanging there temporarily. I know it looks awful. Cheers
  16. Ryan gave me a link to some cool SA videos, both wild habitat and aquarium videos. For those into dwarf SA cichlids the Rio Tapajos video is pretty good. They are all in German, so no whinging about the lack of commentary, just turn the volumn down and enjoy the images. They also take some time to load, so patience is required. http://www.aquanet.tv/Kategorie/Buntbarsche+Amerika
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  18. I will post all my videos and photos of my new tank here. Apologies if anyone already saw some of these in the cichlid forum. Julidochromis Marlieri x 1 Labidachromis Hongi x 3 Labidachromis Mbamba x 3 Pseudotopheus Acei (musuli point) x 1 Pseudotopheus Acei (Tanzania) x 2 Pseudotopheus sp. Kingsizei x 1 Pseudotopheus sp. elongatus chewere x 1 Melanochromis Majongawo x 2 Electric yellow x 1 Johanni x 1 Blue dolphin x 1 A few assorted tropicals to be removed shortly. VIDEOS: PHOTOS:
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