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  1. https://www.facebook.com/groups/353345169203/
  2. Queensland Aquarium Hobbyists - Index You will need to create a new log in as all the old ones are gone. You can still use your old username you just have to fill in the details again. Once you register, Cary will have to confirm your membership and connect you to the chat box. This was a the most used feature of the old website and hopefully will be again. Cary has done a great job in getting this up and will continue to improve it as time goes on. Look forward to chatting with everyone soon
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  4. On Facebook I follow the ANGFA site, and today this pooped up on my page. Melanotaeniidae and Pseudomugilidae Some amazing photography and great information here. Great site......
  5. We are currently updating the website to make every item clearer and easier to read and get information. We are currently a third of the way through and will take a few weeks to finalise. If you feel there is a way to make it better for you just let us know and we will see if we can implement it and make the improvements.
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  7. Hi Everyone We have launched a new website and have been offering some specials check this one out JUST IN TIME BEFORE THE COLD HITS 300w Heaters only $12ea buy 10 or more and get them for $10ea, Use your forum discount code QLDAF10 to get 10 % off and that brings them down to a low price of only $9ea LIMITED STOCK Biopro Glass Submersible Heater Aquarium Fish Tank 300w (OEM) NO BOX DON'T MISS OUT
  8. its been a long time coming but with some much needed help we have finally got around to building a NEW website the website is new to us and what we are use to and im sure there are still bugs. To kick it off we are offering a few specials If you experience any errors on the site please let us know so I can get them fixed Don't forget to use your forum discount code QLDAF10 to receive and additional 10% off your purchase (you must be logged in to use discount) Here is the first special Biopro 1800LPH Canister +UV with BONUS 300w Heater (0ver $150 value normally) Biopro External Aqurium Canister Filter 1800 UVF Aquarium Products $90 (after forum discount)
  9. Found this strange website http://ookatayouji.amaminchu.com/ while reading up on the bloke that broke the story on the weird puffer fish spawning sites AKA the underwater crop circles Anyway its worth a random look, even if it is all in japanese lol If you dont know about the underwater cropcircles check these links http://www.spoon-tamago.com/2012/09/18/deep-sea-mystery-circle-love-story/ http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/09/mysterious-underwater-crop-circle-art-discovered-off-the-coast-of-japan/
  10. ANGFA Qld has ditched it's clunky old website and is working on a new model that will hopefully be a lot more useful for everyone. As part of the change we've also decided to have a 12 month trial of making our monthly magazine 'In-Stream' publicly accessible and if after 12 months we've retained enough members, we're hoping to keep it that way. In-Stream covers a wide range of topics, including aquatic habitats and conservation, fish profiles, general husbandry, and travel stories. We've still got work to do, but if you're not familiar with ANGFA it might be worth a sticky beak. We're always looking for more articles so if you've got something interesting you'd like to share, let us know. I'm also happy to put up announcements and calendar entries from the fish-keeping community to let other ANGFA members know about them if you want to pass them on to me. At our meetings we have guest speakers, a shop with dry goods and books, and a (small) auction after the talk. There are always some fantastic bargains - last time we had display quality adult Bosemani breeders selling out at well under $10 each. The next meeting is June 12 and new faces are always welcome. It would be great to see some of you there.
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  12. Hi guys, I come across this a while go and forgot to share. It is about time I shared some awesome sites for you all. Here is one of high number of visited times haha...and is bookmarked on my computer; ƒAƒsƒXƒgƒOƒ‰ƒ}‚Ì’‡ŠÔy”M‘Ñ‹›}ŠÓƒŒƒˆƒ“ƒx[ƒ‹ƒAƒNƒAz Basically it is in another language so I have no idea what is going on, but the navigation bar is on the left hand side. By clicking each of them (you have no idea until you click one), then uploads a new page with English for us to view what type of apisto we are soon going to be looking at. By clicking on each of the links (sometimes multiple links per same apistogramma colour form) uploads a new page with an individual photo (hence the multiple links for the same colour form) of a gorgeous apistogramma. It is confusing a little I know, I am hopeless at explaining as well but be patient and go through the whole site thoroughly and be patient as the fish you like the most may be on a different link to that one you clicked. There are some gorgeous colour forms amongst it. There are hundreds of pictures to go through. You will be there for a while, but I promise you it is well worth it!!! So Apisto fans, tell me what you recon? What was your favorite colour forms and fish out of that site. Adam
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  14. as the title says I'm just wondering how you upload photos on the new website?
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  18. Just stumbled across this site and thought I would share it with you guys. I love a website with photos. Makes finding and ID'ing our fishy pals that much easier. Rob
  19. Whats wrong with wetpetz website (Above) in the list of sponsors,it doesnt work. The website was good for refering to for information on fish species ect.... Chickadee :flower:
  20. Found an interesting site that is worth browsing. Useful for fresh and saltwater keepers http://atj.net.au/marineaquaria
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  22. http://livingcoloraquariums.com/aquariums.cfm custom aquarium company in america i think, check out their commercial aquarium photo gallery.
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  24. Hi all . Just joined a couple of weeks ago . Have finaly got time for intro. My name is Preston and I have a few fish tanks, a breeding pair of red claws , a three and half yr old giant gourami who is bue/silver colour, hand full of albino bristlenoses, peppermint bristlenoses, a breeding pair of common bristlenoses, a breeding colony of purple spotted southern gudgeons. I also breed yellow mystery snails and two weeks ago saved a blue disus fish named Dan from being beaten to death by a pair of goldfish in a cold tank!!! Poor old Dan! He is now very happy living with the peppermint bristlenoses!! As soon as I fugure out how to upload some photo's will show you my collection. Stay tuned!! I live on the inner north side of Brisbane with my lovely girlfriend Monica and Brutus my 8yr old 57kg German ShepardXRotty and have been keeping and breeding fish for the last 5 yrs or so. I have ten tanks of varying sizes 2.5ft-5ft but will soon have to upgrade the giant gourami's tank (his name is Buddha- or she, I don't really know yet as sexual maturity is not reached until 4-5 yrs old) as the tank is being rapidly outgrown!!! I work outdoors in the car industry and look forward to coming home to my tank collection as I find this very relaxing and soothing after a hot day in the sun. I am also quite passionate about my aquatic collection here at home and take great joy in caring for them. I look forward to getting to know all my fellow members on the website over the coming years. Take care and look forward to chatting to you soon, Preston
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