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  • Aandtsociety freshwater breeders trip

    This is from our club pres,i just put it out there,he Just got the pics organised for the club meeting at Kens place.

    The bad news is most of the photos didn't turn out,there were only a few that made it.

    The area we were in,the fish room,was quite cramped as it is not set up for a large group of people in there.

    Thats my excuse for the shortage of photos of the trip.

    He mainly focuses on cat fish varieties.

    There are three trips to actual large freshwater wholesalers in the next two months.

    These are the few photos of the meeting spot of Kens breeding fish rooms.















    aandtsociety,reef aquarium club in Bris metro,the Redlands and logan areas.

  • #2
    Nice setup!

    Interesting use of the side drop sort of filters.

    I also like the heater balanced on the bucket in the first pic. . . reminds me of my own fish room!

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    • #3
      Very nice!
      Wouldnt mind watching that school of cories in a planted tank all day!!
      Are they pandas?

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      • #4
        Very nice setups. Love the peppermint bristlenose and the cories.

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        • #5
          set up

          He is the guy that basicly runs the breeders group,i am a salty.

          I just put it out there for the club to be noticed.

          we were very slow in taking to the internet.

          This thread is from our pres,i didn't go to the meeting/trip combo.

          Most of the saltys are going to the wholesaler trip this sunday,but that is a day trip thing and they have all freshwater species and a picnic after.
          aandtsociety,reef aquarium club in Bris metro,the Redlands and logan areas.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Chafule View Post
            Very nice!
            Wouldnt mind watching that school of cories in a planted tank all day!!
            Are they pandas?
            first lot look like pandas, second lot appear to be caudimaculatus

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            • #7
              Second lot are C. similis

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              • #8
                club

                I will put all future clubs trips and activities in the clubs section set up here from now on,i think that is what i was supposed to do,that was my mistake,i thought this would be fine.
                No worries,i will change the link in my favourites and just put any thing in the club section spot.
                aandtsociety,reef aquarium club in Bris metro,the Redlands and logan areas.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by coo-ee View Post
                  Second lot are C. similis
                  Could be, can't tell if the tail marking is blurred on the fish or the photo.

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                  • #10
                    man that pic with the breeding logs lining up each with a tail sticking out freaked me out!! reminds me of some sort of alien breeding camp O.o;;

                    other than that, awesome pics =) gotta love those cute little pandas =)
                    Kurisu

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