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  • Birthday 29/09/1972

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  1. I wold have to disagree strongly, disconnecting my canister for cleaning was always the messiest thing i ever did Sump cleaning is easy just wash out the filter sock and you're done. Gotta love the sump Dave
  2. Cobalts can be nasty especially to their own. Try heaps of hiding places eg. rocks and build up the numbers to about 8 to spread aggression. I have a breeding colony of these guys and the big male is constantly looking for someone to beat up on. Hope this helps. Dave
  3. For americans try pet city as mentioned and also try exotic fish at rocklea.
  4. Just interested to see anyone who has experience with some of our Aussie native fish in aquarium set ups. In particular i'm looking at Jungle Perch, And Grunters(coal, butlers and striped) Are these fish able to be kept in a community together ? Are these fish able to be housed with other fish eg American cichlids in a community setting? Where is the best place to find info and where is the best place to buy these fish? Thanks in advance Dave
  5. Just interested to see anyone who has experience with some of our Aussie native fish in aquarium set ups. In particular i'm looking at Jungle Perch, And Grunters(coal, butlers and striped) Are these fish able to be kept in a community together ? Are these fish able to be housed with other fish eg American cichlids in a community setting? Where is the best place to find info and where is the best place to buy these fish? Thanks in advance Dave
  6. Yeah minimum colony of 20-25 so that no one fish gets smashed up to bad. My colony of 23 squabbles but no deaths in 2 years. Dave
  7. I HAVE RECENTLY STARTED TO STOCK A 6X2X2 WITH THE SAME WISHLIST AS YOU HAVE BUT WAS WARNED ON SEVERAL ISSUES ON SVERAL FORUMS. Red Terror females are a lot smaller and not as aggressive as the males and also have much better colouring. Jaguar may be the fish to watch as they get bigger. Remember all these fish get some serious size about them and it only takes one bad mood to wipe out half of your stock overnight. For the record i jave stocked with 1 x Jack Dempsey 1 x Female Red Terror 1 x Green Terror 1 x Salvini 4 x Mystus Vittatus Catfish and 2 x Silver Dollars and am looking for a parrot or a Sajica to complete my stock. If anyone has experience with a Jaguar in this size tank with similar stock i would love to hear more. Cheers Dave
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