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Hmm was planning on picking up some zebra ottos and celestial pearl danios, but doesn't look like you have CPDs in stock anymore, Bummer. Do you plan on ordering more at some point soon?
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How large are your Amano shrimp? All except one of the last dozen of small juveniles I got ended up as mulm.

I'm also looking for PFR that are all bright red including legs and antennas.

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Hmm was planning on picking up some zebra ottos and celestial pearl danios, but doesn't look like you have CPDs in stock anymore, Bummer. Do you plan on ordering more at some point soon?
Yes, I will be ordering again for pickup the first week of March. I just need to take a week or two off from spending spending spending and hopefully make up some of the deficit.

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How large are your Amano shrimp? All except one of the last dozen of small juveniles I got ended up as mulm.

I'm also looking for PFR that are all bright red including legs and antennas.
They are 1" or so, subadults. I have the PFR, but I don't want to sell of all my adults. I would prefer to keep some to continue breeding so that I can offer them more and more affordably. I have a TON of babies that have hatched in teh past few weeks that are growing steadily. I can also order another bag of the PFR, but again, it will have to wait until I have recouped some money. I spent over $6k in the past 2 weeks on livestock, foods, and dried goods and am feeling VERY poor.
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Hi, just wondering if you ever or will get in stock, Sundadanio Axelrodi Blue? And the Asian RummyNose you have for sale are they at a size where you can tell the males apart form females?
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I have gotten the sundedanio axelrodi blue before and was underwhelmed. I can check them out again though.

The sawbwas are nearing 1". They have not colored up yet, but I see the start of some red noses and should be able to sex them soon. I buy them small so that I can ensure getting both sexes, as if I buy them larger they are predominantly male.
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Pm for amano shrimp.
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Lots of amanos left!
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Not at the moment, sold the last group to a person who came by this weekend I will try and get more for March 4 delivery
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Do you have any currents pictures of your Stiphodon percnopterygionus?

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I have been trying to get some, it is exceptionally challenign since i have no replaced my speedlight yet. I will move some extra clip lamps over to try and get some decent shots, as all of mine have been too dark. If i bump the iso up to where theshots are light enough, they are so grainy it is pitiful.
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Ohh that's rough, I learned the hard way that trying to capture a good shot of fish without the right lighting or flash is downright painful, (took like 200 shots at widest aperture and slow slow shutter speed just to get one good one!) So don't stress! I was just wondering because I thought I remember the last time you had these little guys they were around 35$ Thus I was wondering if they were more now because they were a slightly different, perhaps more attractive color variation? Thanks!

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Hey, how would a single CPO do in my Fluval Edge tank with Blue Pearls?

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Ohh that's rough, I learned the hard way that trying to capture a good shot of fish without the right lighting or flash is downright painful, (took like 200 shots at widest aperture and slow slow shutter speed just to get one good one!) So don't stress! I was just wondering because I thought I remember the last time you had these little guys they were around 35$ Thus I was wondering if they were more now because they were a slightly different, perhaps more attractive color variation? Thanks!
The main reason is because the last group were miniscule. They were directly outo f the wild and quite young. This group of fish were super expensive, but the goodn ews is they are fat, large (well, for a tiny fish) and were conditioned for several weeks before I purchased them. I only charge what things cost me, these are from a different company where they handle the fish differently therefore they were MUCH more expensive. I might get some of hte teeny ones as well from the other company, andthose would be much more affordable.
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Hey, how would a single CPO do in my Fluval Edge tank with Blue Pearls?
Should be just fine
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