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20. sep. 2018 07:49
Hei! Er det mulig å få svar på ein reklamasjon som var sendt inn i 2016? Har purra og masa i to år! Fint viss de kan svare!😳 Får berre «tommelopp» som svar på mld, etter det har det vert stille! ... Se merSe mindre
28. aug. 2018 17:21
FERIELUKKET UKE 35
Pga. ferieavvikling holder vi lukket frem til mandag 3. september. Nettbutikken og utsending av varer går som normalt. Utlevering av varer kan ordnes etter avtale. Ingen telefonsupport, men epost leses sporadisk i perioden.
Beklager eventuelle problem dette kan medføre for noen. ... Se merSe mindre
Ha en riktig god ferie 🙂
1. aug. 2018 16:01
Augusttilbud på koi.
50% på alle Nisai (2år) og 30% på alle Tosai (1år).
Koi sendes ikke, må hentes på vårt lager. ... Se merSe mindre
8. aug. 2018 22:56
I hope this is ok to post up here?
But this weekend is our 32nd Koi Show. ... Se merSe mindre
18. apr. 2018 12:32
We're in desperate need of some advice. We moved into a new property in October last year, and the previous owners left behind a pond full of large Koi Carp (we think around 15-20). We really need to sell these fish, as we need to drain the pond as we have three small children, and aren't willing to have the risk of a large body of water in the garden. We also don't know the first thing about taking care of them aside from basic feeding and turning on the pumps. My husband is working out how to clean the filters using YouTube videos.
So, a) please tell me anything you think we need to know to look after the fish in the short term, and b) how can I go about selling them?
Many thanks ... Se merSe mindre
13. nov. 2018 20:26
Heisann. Har 2 Koi som eg må ta inn for overvintring (dammen er for grunn til og tåle vestlandsvinter). Held det med eit akvarie på 250L? Fiskane er ca 15cm no. ... Se merSe mindre
ja det går fint
www.koi.no Alt for Koi har delt Japan Nishikigoi Koi Club sitt innlegg.
10. nov. 2018 10:26
Ufattelig pris for en koi.Sakai Fish Farm - Super Auction
Super Kohaku No 001
Sex: Female - Size: 101cm - Age: 9 year
203.000.000¥ ~ 1.800.000$
As S LEGEND (Neo Universe), 101cm b.t.w., goes into the Auction. For many people the most beautiful Koi ever... And of course biggest candidate to win the 50th edition of the All Japan Shinkokai, next year februar in Tokyo! Earlier this year Kentaro had already 8 bits over 100.000.000 yen in (at least according to the rumors), but he didn't want to sell her. He said... "We will all wait untill the start of October and put her in the autumn auction". So now it's big time!
Will she really destroy the 1 million US dollar border.
Well, lets not talk about money... Let' enjoy the beauty of one of the finest Koi ever bred on this planet. A small movie put together by the Zanmai-Team when this beauty took Grand Champion at the Shinkokai in Tokyo in 2017. Magic! ... Se merSe mindre
www.koi.no Alt for Koi har delt 12/13 France 3 sitt innlegg.
8. nov. 2018 12:43
Nydelig japansk hage i Frankrike.
12/13 France 3
C’est dans le Maine et Loire, à Maulévrier que nous découvrons ces terres lointaines...Japon, Cambodge Thaïlande...grâce à un Parc extraordinaire. Visite du plus grand jardin japonais d’Europe, avec Cécile Laronce et Nathalie Berthier. Parc Oriental de Maulévrier Maulévrier, Pays De La Loire, France ... Se merSe mindre
Practical Fishkeeping Magazine:
Practical Fishkeeping Magazine. har opprettet en meningsmåling.
5. nov. 2018 17:20
Which do you consider the bigger problem in the hobby? Goldfish as prizes at fairs, or Tankbusters?
Also, why the option you chose and not the other? ... Se merSe mindre
Fair ground goldfish can be given to any tom, dick and harry. Tank busters can be regulated by LFS as to who buys them, the actual fish arent the problem its LFS ill advising consumers. The new legislation brought in to the pet industry is actually a bit of a god send and well needed.
Are Goldfish not potential tankbusters??
Both a big issue but atleast some councils have started to stop fairs from handing out these goldfish hopefully one day it will be nationwide tank busters though are becoming ever more popular if I had a £1 for every time I seen the words I will upgrade when needed or upgrade on the cards which 9 out of 10 times never happens
Both, but I voted for tank busters as there is a law for Goldfish sold at Fairs and where I have lived I haven't seen any for years so hopefully its working and it occurs less. Also I would say that common Goldfish are tank busters as theyre mostly housed in far too small aquariums. I would like to see regulation with Tank Busters. I'm doing my current University project on Tank Busters.
Both are bad things to do to fish, the crucial difference that swayed my vote being the fact that goldfish can be housed properly. It’s also an action largely fuelled by ignorance. Tankbusters are a much less innocent crime, especially given that most of us carry in our pockets a device that allows us direct access to the distilled wisdom (and stupidity) of mankind. I regularly see online vendors and others advertising species that grow huge and should be celebrated as wildlife, not kept like a ship in a bottle. If you like Redtailed catfish, why on earth would you want to condemn one to a long and miserable life in a little glass box?
Tank busters are great if you provide the appropriate aquarium or pond. Giving fish away as prizes at a fairground to someone who may not have a tank and is likely on holiday and not going home for a week or so is just animal cruelty.
Fairground goldfish have a tough start in life and most never recover without being stunted or having a severely limited lifespan. Tank busters I have no issue with - that’s just down to the keeper researching their fish and being committed enough to provide for their needs.
Hard choice. Subjective, circumstantial and environmental of course.
Got to be tank busters for me, it was a goldfish that got me into fish keeping, it still annoys me and I saw it only last week in a shop when my 10 year old said a certain fish would look good in our setup I was over heard explaining to my son that the size the fish will grow to far exceeds what we can keep, to be told, well it can grow that big, but probably will not live that long. Swift exit, and not planning on a return visit.
Goldfish at fairs are the bigger problem for me.They are given to people who often have no experience or interest in keeping as a 'prize' whatever the outcome of the game, so are more or less seen as disposable/worthless as a result. This ease of acquisition means they end up being dumped in ponds/rivers, left in bags or kept in totally unsuitable conditions,(bowls/undersized tanks etc). Goldfish are the 'cut flowers' of the fishkeeping world, easy to get hold of and quickly replaced when they die.
Goldfish not many fish shops stock tankbusters
Goldfish (and shocking it's still going on). Yes, tankbusters are a major problem, but I believe more controllable - education and honesty amongst LFSs (yes, most are excellent. One or two not so much). There are people (not me!) who want to and can keep these giant fish but 1 or 2 sold a year perhaps to those who CAN provide - not tanks and tanks of 'cute' Pangasius in every second shop you visit. Goldfish on the other hand suffer more than any other at the hands of the uninformed. I'll get off my soapbox now... 🙂
Fairground goldfish perpetuate and normalise the view of fish as disposable commodities that don't require proper care and probably suffer a >90% mortality rate within a month. For me this is a worse problem. I am aware that the irresponsible selling of large growing fish is making a comeback. Most cost no more to house than a decent reef setup and if you own your home and can commit to a large animal that will generally live for over 20 years, then cool. If you live in the UK and buy a red tail catfish though, you're either rich enough to build and heat a pond for the next quarter century or you're an a$$hole who's giving the big fish community a bad name.
Can't remember the last time I saw goldfish in a bag at a fair. I've had tank busters over the years most of them are as result of local aquariums calling because they can't take them from customers who have been caught out when buying juveniles
I think goldfish are a problem but not as fairground prizes, as pets specifically first pets. They are more then definitely a tankbuster anyway as their sold as an ideal first pet which is far from the truth, their outlive the kids childhood and outgrow any tank seen as suitable for children. Their seen as decoration and easy so sold easily. But tankbusters are an issue, a bit like any other status pet half the time. I am thinking more clown loaches, larger Loricariidae, bala sharks, Pangasius or anything over 20cm SL really. Their almost promoted by social media and it's seen as if you keep tankbusters you're experienced and a much better fishkeeper then those that don't. I don't think price is an issue, people buy expensive and rare fish and then kill them soon after but they give the vibe of they know what their doing. As a hobby we should be trying to get the fish as old as possible but also grow as big as possible there is something seriously wrong if people are keeping a fish such as a clown loach that is only 10cm SL at 10-15 years old and then it dies. There is a lot on social media, that includes Youtube of people keeping large fish, not even getting it to half the size it would in the wild and then it dying before it even probably reaches sexual maturity. It is saying it's okay to keep fish incorrectly. Even worse when quite a few of these tankbusters are critically endangered or endangered, yet the same people complain about the extinction of species yet they have a Pangasius in something less then a few thousand litres where it would have no use to the species even genetically as it cannot breed it's that big.
Both a problem
Tank busters as you should not buy any fish without researching them
I selected fairground goldfish but TBH I think most goldfish are treated pretty poorly, put in tiny tanks etc. so I think the problem is more widespread.
Isn’t it illegal in Scotland to give animals as a prize?
Goldfish are more common, and cheap/ easy to win. But they are also an issue in general. I’d rather they were only sold at outdoor pond specialists, even though many shops now advise against keeping them in tanks people still ignore the advice. It might put them off if they had to go somewhere else to buy them.
Tankbusters. For example, why are RTC sold anywhere? I seriously doubt that anyone except for public aquaria has a suitable pool to house them, we all know that a fully grown example can be as big as 4ft in length. Arrowana and oscars are similar. Lets be honest here, both are not really happy in anything less than a 8ft long x 3 ft wide minimum tank. The shops needs to sort their act out and do checks and educate people BEFORE they allow them to be purchased............trouble is too many shops don't have the properly trained staff/or just see easy money to be made.
Both, I would consider a goldfish a tank buster for the average keeper too.
goldfish, and it is not just fairgrounds. Pets at Home will sell common goldfish for 15 litre tanks.
Fairground goldfish have a horrible life then get won by someone who chances are have nowhere adequate to keep them where as tank busters that's what you go shopping for so you've already done your research (hopefully)
Fairground goldfish. Someone has to walk into a shop to buy a tank buster, and any reputable shop will grill them on their setup. Doesn't always happen, but that problem is getting addressed more.
1. nov. 2018 16:25
I found this going through boxes in the garage. I think I won a heater for my tank by writing a poem. Would be great to see a copy if anyone has one from 1990. ... Se merSe mindre
Practical Fishkeeping Magazine. har delt OceanVizion sitt innlegg.
28. okt. 2018 00:14
Probably a Sepia bandensis ( Dwarf Cuttlefish ) hunting and walking on the sand... ... Se merSe mindre
Beautiful looks like it is mimicking a nudibranch
Adam Richard Davies check this out
It's tiny little feeties 😍
I'm thinking conch mimic
13. nov. 2018 17:49
Customer Azukari Kohaku from Dainichi
Sourced as Tosai in Spring, recently harvested at 52cm and looking top class!
Very happy for our customer. ... Se merSe mindre
11. nov. 2018 17:21
Sumi on the rise! Bodybuilding Dainichi. Now 63cm. #azukari #koi #koiforsale #beautiful #art #japanesekoi #winner ... Se merSe mindre
16. sep. 2018 22:01
Takk for hyggelig handel på lørdag, var veldig morro å se på gullfiskene og ikke minst koiene deres, var flere enn jeg som var imponert over størrelsen på de kjempene i hjørnet der, det er de største koi jeg har sett noen gang 😱
Supert, kommer garantert til å handle mer fra dere👍👍 ... Se merSe mindre
10. sep. 2018 21:24
Hagedam sessongen er nå på hell og dette er siste uken med sommertid hos oss .
Fra mandag 17 September holder vi kun åpent i butikken etter avtale.
Noen nyheter for neste sessong er allerede ankommet, så ta gjerne turen innom.
Nyheter denne uka er .
400 gohst koi
400 long fin koi
400 standard koi
400 god kvalitet koi
6000 kg Shinano fiskemat
10 stk Profesjonelle selvrensende filtere
30 stk selvrensende trommelfiltere
200 stk 80w uv Eco ... Se merSe mindre
Det var jo ikke akkurat småtteri! Ønsker dere en fin høstsesong.
Longfin koi... hvit butterfly altså ..spurte hun håpefullt. Har dere?😍
Tropex har lagt til 2 nye bilder.
1. sep. 2018 19:33
Vi mottar om få dager en sending vannliljer som skal settes for neste sessong .
Har du en stor hagedam / gårdsdam og ønsker å fylle denne med 10 stk flotte vannliljer til
en overkommelig pris, kontakt . email@example.com eller
Øivind i Tropex på tlf 93001654.
NB . Tilbudet gjelder frem til 10 september og pakkene sendes fra oss 11-12 september.
10 stk vannliljer ( rotstokk med skudd ) du velger typer .
10 stk plantesekker Ø25
20 stk næringspiller til vannliljer .
Sum ink frakt i Norge = 1900kr
Disse typene ventes inn.
Charles de Meurville
Virginalis ... Se merSe mindre
Fantastisk som alltid fra Tropex. Dere gjør livet lettere for alle hagedamentusiaster! Husker bare tilbake for 20-30 år siden hvor vanskelig alt var å få tak i og ikke minst «finne opp kruttet selv/på nytt». Fortsett det gode arbeidet, dere gjør hagedamlivet mye enklere, takk!
Maria Tandstad sjekk her😊 Flotte farger med gjødsel og det hele😉
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