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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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FS: CBS and some CRS

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I got around 10 low grade CBS and CRS mix (More CBS than CRS). I would like to sell it so I can have more tank space for my PRL. There might be more than 10 but I am sure there is 10. You will get all the CBS and CRS that I have in that tank. It will be $25 for all and pick up at Brooklyn or Near Win.

PM me if you are interested so that we can arrange a time.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 04:44 PM
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How's the size, coloration and pattern on the CBS? Check with Ed cos I think he's looking for some as well.

Your TBs breed yet?
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How's the size, coloration and pattern on the CBS? Check with Ed cos I think he's looking for some as well.

Your TBs breed yet?
No luck with TB. PRL is breeding and hopefully the babies will survive. It is just regular low grade CBS but the color is pretty good.



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I have no luck with the TB either. my PRL are breeding but I notice the clutches are smaller compared to my regular stock.
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I have no luck with the TB either. my PRL are breeding but I notice the clutches are smaller compared to my regular stock.
LOL I will try again when I get my PRL to breed alot... but I need to get rid of some regular CRS and CBS first.



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I really want this however I don't think I can house my CRS tank yet. Can I keep it in a tank with 7.2 ph where my Blue velvets and cherries live.
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Still have the CRS and CBS?
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