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Nielsen's Marine Mates
Nielsen's Native Nursery
45 - 47 Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road
Loganholme, QLD, 4129

Nielsen's Marine Mates
45 - 47 Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road
Loganholme, QLD, 4129

Current Specials

FRESHWATER PLANT OF THE MONTH
JAVA FERN

JAVA FERN is an aquarium plant which does well in high or low light situations and can usually be kept successfully with plant eating species such as gold fish and cichlids. Whilst Java Fern can be planted in the gravel, it does best when attached to rocks or drift wood where the plant will send out roots to attach itself over time. Usually $7.50
THIS MONTH $6.50.

MARINE SPECIAL OF THE MONTH
BANANA WRASSE

Banana Wrasse tend to mind their own business in the tank so make a great community fish being compatible with most tank mates of suitable size. Almost all wrasse will bury in
the substrate to rest and whilst Banana Wrasse will certainly do this at times, it is generally out and about and on display once it is settled in the tank. This fish is easy to feed on frozen marine foods, brine shrimp and dried foods. Usually $42.00. JULY SPECIAL ONLY $38.00.

MARINE SPECIAL OF THE MONTH
SYNSPILUM

These are a Central American cichlid which are capable of growing up to 30cm. They will need a large tank with very good filtration to be kept successfully. Whilst regarded as omnivores by most, they do require a large amount of green in their diet, so cichlid pellets, seaweed sheets, spinach, zucchini and lettuce can be fed. These good sized Synspilum have been $26.50. THIS MONTH $23.00.

FRESHWATER FISH OF THE MONTH
BRISTLE NOSE CATFISH

One of the most popular algae eating catfish for freshwater tanks,
Bristlenose Catfish are a hardy and easy to keep fish and very peaceful These fish are astonishing with the amounts of algae they can consume and will clean this off the glass and fossick around amongst the stones as well. Our usual price is $8.99 NOW $7.50.

FRESHWATER FISH OF THE MONTH
RED DEVIL CICHLID

Red Devils are an aggressive fish with the teeth to back it up. They are easy to feed (omnivores) with large cichlid pellets, frozen foods and some green foods. Limit, or preferably eliminate meat based foods from their diet. Red Devils become very ‘tame’ and relate to their owners well. They will also require a large aquarium with good filtration and plenty of water changes. The colour of Red Devils varies from fish to fish and can be white, pink, red and even grey/brown. Regularly $35.00 JULY SPECIAL $29.00.

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