Hurray! A friend of mine in Sydney is taking her daughters RV camping, although she said it's getting a little cool now.
Who wants to talk Sakura out of getting a freshwater (brackish) moray eel?
EDIT: But wait, I just remembered I can take down the 15gal that has the snails in it and set up the 38gal that was originally on that stand in the first place!
But where will I put the 38gal when I move? Only room for betta tanks, the 55gal that'll have the dojos, the 20gal planted (if I haven't smashed it by then out of frustration from antagonizing plants), and whatever gigantic tank Sparky goes into . . .
Having the week from hell in my fish room now. I was treating two juvenile/fry grow-outs for ich or velvet (I can never tell which one they have) and things were finally looking like they were on track. Until it crops up in one of other tanks with an imported breeding pair and their five nearly full grown juveniles.
They went from being perfectly okay one day to looking on death's door the next. Mum looks really bad and I am so worried I might lose her.
To make matters worse I got distracted while I was cleaning and managed to accidentally pour on of the smaller juveniles from that tank down the sink. Now I feel like a fish murderer.
I don't know why I keep getting this ich/velvet in my fish room. I quarantine, don't share buckets/siphons, keep my water good and everyone is always healthy. It's annoying the hell out of me as I don't want to get it into my persephone or burdigala tanks. I might cry if they got sick.
Sometimes this hobby is such a pain in the butt.
D: oh no. I wonder if Kordon's Ich Attack is available in Australia, it's a naural remedy for ich and velvet. I've used it many times with great success.. you will need to use about 4 times the dosage and dose twice or more times a day....
if you do want to try this, get a BIG bottle. it runs out pretty quickly...