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  1. Help Needed

    Hi Chappells welcome to ACE the fish are bloated this usually this comes from feeding too much of the wrong food for the fish's digestive system what have you been feeding them and how often ? Metronidazole based drugs are usually used to treat this but when it is at this stage injection the drug into the stomach cavity would be the most efficient way to introduce it Andrew at Labyrinth in Campsie would be a good place to visit, give him a call 8068 4853
  2. Identifying some Malawis

    top one could be Aulonocara Fort Maguire Aulonocara hansbaenschi middle ????? bottom looks to be Nkhomo Benga Peacock Aulonocara baenschi with an OB Peacock in the tank they could also be just Asian peacock hybrids
  3. What fish is this? Is it a cross?

    Yep if you're not sure what they look like do a quick search first cost is the same to feed them or the true ones
  4. What fish is this? Is it a cross?

    agree with the other comments not Hongi looks like maybe Zebroides X Zebra buy them off FB or Petlink ?
  5. Firemouth fry with parents

    you get better growth in the fry that the parents raise as opposed to removing them Firemouths are usually great parents ..... you could also consider putting a mirror against the end of the tank this gives them something to defend against even if it is their reflection
  6. cyprichromis leptosoma livua

    Caudopunctatus or one of the Julidochromis species
  7. My Malawi set up

    nice clean set up and the fish look nice and healthy
  8. Black calvas breeding

    micro worms are a good first food also any of the high protein fry powders what area are you in ?
  9. Etroplus canarensis

    Hi Alex to my knowledge E. canarensis has never be available in Australia all we have has been the wild strain and aquarium strain of E. maculatus AKA Orange Chomide and E. suratensis AKA Green Chromide that has become very rare to find over the last few years
  10. Canister filters – Aquael, Eheim or Fluval

    for me the Eheim 2217 or classic 600 same filter mine have been running for years and never a problem guessing the tanks is 120cm standard size not a fan of smaller Fluval Aquael make good products but haven't heard much on this filter
  11. Hi Gemma you need to change the access restriction on the attachment for public viewing as it won't open Has the fish lost swimming ability ? does it just belly slide and if it swims up it just drops when it stops swimming ? if so this would be a swim bladder problem need some pics we can see
  12. Bocourti

    Hi Brad the problem seems to be none compatibility with the pair and that usually means putting a divider in the tank and then there is a rock and/or large pot so something with a wide footprint becomes necessary with flow from the males side to wash over any eggs laid BTW we are guessing at the size of the fish but assume they are around 20cm size
  13. Bocourti

    how big are the fish as a std 4' seems a bit small for a pair of Bocourti
  14. Bocourti

    what size tanks are they in best would be to move him into her tank if it is big enough for the pair and have a divider in the middle so he can't get to her
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