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Sparky Sparky
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  • Posted on: 3/2/2010 19:35
Re: starting out #1
hi guys, thanks for the replies.
after much consideration and arguements, i am beginning to come round to the idea of a koi pond. i realise that this may seem a hugh step but i belive that i will enjoy it alot more than a smaller, regular pond. i am thinking of somthing around about 10ft by 5ft by 4ft deep. (rectangular, semi raised, with a liner)i havent set myself a budget yet as i havent really finalised on the finished pond.my main consern is having decent filteration. (are bottom drains nessesary?)

thanks,
Ross


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  • Posted on: 29/1/2010 19:07
Re: starting out #2
great thanks alot :D
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  • Posted on: 24/1/2010 18:29
starting out #3
hi all, i havent been on in ages and after a break from aquarium keeping i am considering setting up a pond. i was just wondering how large it would have to be for me to keep a few goldfish and maby a tench, and what filteration i would need for this.

thanks in advance :)
Ross


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  • Posted on: 6/5/2008 17:07
Re: Feeding insectivorous/carnivorous reptiles. #4
wow, i no i will find this useful in the future.i curently keep fire belly toads and a whites tree frog. (dont worry there in differnt vivs )
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  • Posted on: 3/5/2008 17:28
whites tree frogs #5
hi guys, about a year ago i bought a whites tree frog. ever since i bought him hes never been very........intresting. he just spends all day behind a plant thing and only comes out at night to feed. is there any way i can get him to come out at night???
Ross


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  • Posted on: 1/5/2008 18:28
Re: Corn snake questions #6
friend of ross and good with reptiles so dont question ross just ask for kerry anyway the blood is probably just from the male when mating cus they can get a bit feisty if you know what i mean
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  • Posted on: 1/5/2008 18:14
Re: is my crab dead :( #7
soz i didnt see the earlyer posts
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Re: is my crab dead :( #8
hi , i used to keep red claw crabs and thre is a good chance that its only th skin that you were looking at. the real crab has probably gone of to hide somwhere until his shell hardens
Ross


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  • Posted on: 30/4/2008 18:49
Re: Firebelly newt - not in the water #9
i kept my newts singlely and they were fine.they do tend to do better on there own because there is no competion for land/food. any way as long as he has water he will be fine.they do tend to stay on land when they are young and venture back in when they are adults
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  • Posted on: 29/4/2008 19:36
Re: Firebelly newt - not in the water #10
i used to have 2 firebelly newts and when they are young they will nearly always be on land. how big are they?
Ross



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