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AquaZero666 last won the day on August 20 2014

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    Derrimut, Melbourne, Victoria
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  1. Here's a bit of a cheat for ppl who don't have a macro lens or a high power zoom camera with adjustable shutter speed - If you have a quality camera that takes high quality video, it's a lot easier to shoot a 2 minute video of said fish and then scroll/pause/screenshot the best shots That's how I get most of my shots oh and welcome to the Betta addiction! Oh! And coburg usually has some nice Betta's too. Great variety of everything and anything in store! I have a few fish from that store :)
  2. I admire these fish not only for their splendid looks, but because they are clever, ruthless and like to live in solitude. These all came from Aquariums, so not sure of the breed, so any feedback would be great This guy has a double tail fin: Not the greatest photo, but I'm pretty sure this guy is a Crowntail...and a big one at that. Angry little...Fan Tail? Mustard Halfmoon? I'm at a loss with this guy...the owners if the Aquarium I went to had gone home and some putz was there who sold this guy to me for almost nothing....but I HAD to have him. Look at him! He's sitting there sa
  3. So in my search for a definitive amswer on these heaters, i'm happy to say that you were all right! The major point being that heaters that small, to maintain the set temperature of 26°C the maximum difference between the ambient and set temperature has to be less than 5°C. Thanks again to all of you :)
  4. Thanks for the info and feedback guys I think Maddie has hit it on the head. The tank is only a 9 litre duo betta tank, and they are kept n the kitchen area which at night in winter can drop down to 11 degrees. With a small tank there really is no feasible spot to out both a heater and a filter. The heat matt sounds like the perfect solution. I actually have a small one I just found from my days when I had bearded dragons. As when the Nano heater DO work, it heats both sides of the duo tank, even with the glass partition in place. A few of my Betta's
  5. Sorry! The name is Eric and yet another member from Melbourne :)
  6. Hello all! I'm having an issue with these new Aqua One Nano heaters. (10W) they are suppose to be good for tanks up to 10 litres. I have a standard duo betta tank Measurements: 24cm L x 12cm W x 20cm H. Following all instructions when installing it, I'm still having issues. Temp fluctuations so big that you don't need a thermometer to know its BONE cold in there. It doesn't remain on for long and without constant monitoring and switching the power off and back on again, it won't heat the water anywhere near the supposed 26 degrees. Left overnight, in the morning the water feels like it just
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