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Display size Peacocks and Haps in Sydney?


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Hi All, just a quick intro.  I have just joined this forum as I have an interest in African Cichlids.  I have a 6x2x1.5 display tank, and also breed Electric Yellows and Lombardoi as a bit of a hobby. 

In the recent Sydney storms, we lost electricity for 2.5 days, and by the time I managed to organise a generator etc, I lost a few of my display males, which I am not too happy about.  I am looking for any breeders in Sydney selling display male Peacocks or Haps so that I can replace the ones I lost.  

I would be interested in Blue Dolphins, Eureka Red Jacobfreibergi and similar.  I was looking at aquaticfish.com.au (based in Kogarah) and they seem to have large sizes available........does anyone have any recommendations that they could help me with?

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Thanks, yes aware of Labyrinth however they mostly carry smaller size ones.  I am hoping to replace the display males that I lost during the power outage, so I am after males that are 10cm or larger size.  Thanks anyway...

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On 14 June 2016 at 1:01 PM, simy696 said:

Labyrinth Aquarium

labyrinth aquarium i wish i was in sydney and could pay a visit.

I'm pretty sure Andrew at Labyrinth will ship fish at buyers expense. 

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to me? yeah bought some 9months back one or two of the aulonocara undu reef have just recently coloured up nice. still waiting for my tiger nkandas but they still got a bit of growing too doo if i get lucky with a male.

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still would like to pay a visit and see it for myself be alot easier if i was in sydney though.

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and if i was magnum id pay them a visit buy the small ones and wait the 9months to a year depending and enjoy watching them grow and change.

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