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For sale: February 16, 2012- Amano sale!

Thing are starting to get cooler! I do NOT charge for heat packs, but please let me know if you need one while we are discussing the order as they do add weight to the package.

As always, USPS express shipping is preferred for fish and has a live arrival guarantee if it arrives on time within 24 hours of shipping. All shipping costs are actual based on package size, weight, and zip code. Please email for shipping estimates. I currently accept Paypal, Google Checkout, or Square Up (3.5%service charge).

PRIORITY SHIPPING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK and is only on Monday and Tuesday!! NO EXCEPTIONS! Heat packs only last 72 hours or so, its out of my control at that point.

Express shipping is Monday through Thursday, I prefer to not do guaranteed Saturday shipping because if there is a delay, the package will not be delivered until Monday.

And please remember NO PAYPAL GIFT PAYMENTS!

As always, there are many things I have in my fish room that may not be listed, don't hesitate to ask if you are looking for something I used to carry or are looking for something special.

Shrimp
Yellow neocaridina $4 (these were imported as yellow fire)
Red Cherry Shrimp $1.50
Sakura red Cherry Shrimp $3 (very high grade) Only juveniles left
Red Rilli shrimp (mix of high and low grade) $4
Green/Blue Rili Shrimp $8
Amano shrimp SALE!!! 10/$15, 1.75 each!
Neocaridina palmata "blueberry" -tankraised young $2.50

Snails-
Red spot nerite $2
Bumble bee (horned) nerite $2.50 SOLD OUT
Zebra nerite $2
Batik nerite $2.50
Pomacea diffusa (mystery snail) $1 ( pink)
Assassins $2, 6/$10

Crabs
Microcrabs (Limnopilos naiyanetri) $3.50 each

FISH
Roseline barbs $13, 6/$70
Pygmaeus cories $3 (Few left)
Boraras naevus (strawberry rasbora) $2.50
Boraras brigitta (chili rasbora) $2.50 each
Ember tetras $2 SOLD OUT
Dwarf hatchet- $3, 10 left
L144, shortfinned $10, about 2" (albino blue eyed)- NOT OF SEXABLE SIZE
Albino ancistrus 2"- $3, not of sexable size
Otocinclus affinis $2
R. pauciperforatum (red line rasbora) 2/ $1
Trigonostigma espei $2.50
Stiphodon simoni $8 (pairs available)
Pseudomugil furcatus $3
Hemigrammus bleheri (rummynose) $3, 6 left SOLD OUT
Paracheirodon simulans $2.50, 6 left SOLD OUT
Paracheirodon axelrodi (cardinal tetra)- Tank raised- $2.50, 10/$22
Sawbwa resplendens (asian rummynose)- $3 SOLD OUT
Corydoras habrosus- Not available
Aspidoras pauciradiatus- $2.50, 10/$22
Stiphodon percnopterygionus- $75/pair
Otocinclus cocama $12 each
Nannostomus eques (hockeystick pencilfish) $3 SOLD OUT


Plants-ALL PLANTS COULD HAVE SNAILS, SHRIMP, OR DUCKWEED AS TAG ALONGS
Willow moss $5 golfball
Java moss $3 golfball

Ask about availability of other plants

Dried goods
Alder cones- .05 each
coconut huts (drilled for apistos/ ancistrus) $2
Almond leaves, $8 gallon bag, C grade
Back to nature guide to nano aquaria- $27- GREAT book! Shipping is $2 media mail! THREE left

Repashy Super Foods
Fish Foods: Soilent green (aufwuch replacement), Meat Pie (carnivore), Shrimp Souffle (scavenger), Community Plus
Pricing:
2 oz packet $7 makes approximately 1 lb of food
4 oz packet $10 makes approximately 2 lb of food
8 oz packet $18 makes approximately 4lb of food
16 oz packet $28 makes approximately 8 lb of food
64 oz packet = $60 makes approximately 32 lb of food

Herp line:
Crested Gecko MRP
4 oz $8
5.3 jar $9
8 oz bag $12
16 oz bag $17
32 oz bag $28
64 oz bag $48

Super Vite
4 oz $8
5.3 $10
8 oz $14
16 oz $20
32 oz $34
64 oz $62

SuperCal HyD
4oz $5
5.3 oz $7
8 oz $9
16 oz $15
32 oz $26
64 oz $44

SuperCal NoD
4 oz $4
5.3 oz $6
8 oz $8
16 oz $13
32 oz $23
64 oz $38

Super Load
4 oz $7
5.3 oz $9
8 oz $12



I am keeping limited stock at my facility, but can easily order more at any time. Please allow a few days of handling time for special orders (orders over 4 oz or any of the herp line).
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No m. kubotai yet? D:
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I have them, but they are endler fry sized. SUPER DUPER UBER tiny.
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Are you going to let them grow a little bit before you sell them?
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Yea, that is the plan. The price I would have to charge is not fair for what is essentially fry.
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Are the Yellow Neocaridnia babies, juveniles or adults?
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Adults I have pics, but cannot get teh uploader to work well here.
I will try and use an image look from facebook:

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Yea, that is the plan. The price I would have to charge is not fair for what is essentially fry.
Okay, then I will go back to patiently waiting~

I have another question though, about your otos (the regular ones, not zebra). I know you quarantine them but do you also make sure they eat? I'm just asking because I've been trying to get a shoal of 6 in one of my tanks but so far 8 out of 10 of them have died. I think the last two I have left were the only ones actually eating (they've gotten algae wafers and repashy soilent green). I've gotten otos from two different sources, one being petsmart and the other an actual fish shop but they've just been dying. I have a feeling that your otos will be much healthier and I plan to get some whenever you decide to sell the m. kubotai.
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Yes, i ahve had the current batch for abotu 4 months. Some are spawning. They are all chubby. I feed a mix of cultured algaes and Repashy Soilent Green. Out of the several thousand I have sold (mostly shipped) there have only been a handful that I nkow of that did not make it.
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Rachel's the only person I'll buy otos from now...she actually understands them and cares correctly for them. The regular ones I got a couple of months ago are still doing fantastic.
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Thanks

Algae eaters and specialized feeders are a special interest of mine. Because I deal in such bulk, it is especially important to be able to feed them adequately upon import, and leading up to shipping.
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2010? Someone's living in the past... Hahaha

Wish my 95G was up and running with my new setup.
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bwahaha
i sure am!
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Hey Rachel! What's the ETA on the PFRs? I was gonna get some last time but you sold out of them fast!
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I still have some, but wanted to keep a breeding group. I have a bunch ofbabies growing out and they are breeding readily. I can get more, but it probably won't be for a few weeks
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