|09-10-2011 02:39 AM|
I have been looking for a place with local, healthy plants...not the pet smart type plants. I had no clue until I found this thread that you had aquarium goods. -thought you were the dog food/garden type place.
We have a small but decent tank and would like to continue to make it 1000x's better.
Cant wait to find time to come see you. Thankfully Im a short drive away...South Bend.
|01-07-2011 12:17 AM|
|12-15-2010 10:01 PM|
Saltwater clearance sale! All saltwater livestock, excluding live rock, is at least 25% off now.
Become a fan of the store on Facebook and check the page every Friday morning so you can take advantage of our Free Fish Fridays. Each Friday, a certain fish will be on sale, usually buy-one-get-one or something similar.
|09-16-2010 01:54 AM|
|legomaniac89||Bump for the above post! All of the listed retiles (sans the female Ameiva) are still here! You can't beat these prices!|
|07-10-2010 11:04 PM|
We have nuumerous reptiles on sale now! Anywhere from 30-50% off the base price for most of them.
-Madagascar Giant Day Gecko (male)
-Marbled Gargoyle Geckos (both female)
-Helmahera Banana Leaf Geckos (proven pair)
-Central American Banded Geckos
-Fan Toed Geckos
-Green Ameivas (male and female)
|05-19-2010 04:33 AM|
Geez, I should probably check this more often. Marko, Day Geckos aren't a real good seller for us for some reason. We've had 3 different species in the past couple years and they all take quite a while for us to move. Too bad, cause I really like Phelsumas .
Bettas! We have lots of different morphs of Betta splendens right now!
-Plakat (Short Fin)
-Females (only 1 at the moment)
We received one spectacular male last week (which was picked up by a friend of mine) that was a Red-and-Blue Dragon Super Delta Split Tail. Picture that, if you will.
|04-15-2010 03:12 AM|
that chameleon is SICK!
wish i had one of those.
would you guys maybe be interested in buying a few gold dust day geckos? i have a couple im trying to get of my hands.
|04-15-2010 02:06 AM|
Been a while since I updated here
-Cardinal Tetras (Paracheirodon axelrodi)
-Golden Wonder Killifish (Aplocheilus lineatus)
-Discus (Turquoise Snakeskin, Red Malboro, Red Alenquer - all very healthy and eating well and acclimated to hard water)
-Angelfish - assorted colors and patterns
-Vampire Crabs (Geosesarma sp.)
-Green Tree Frogs (Hyla cinerea)
|03-20-2010 11:35 PM|
|03-20-2010 09:47 PM|
only if you had a web site hint hint
looking to buy two of these Coralife Aqualight Dual Linear Strip T5 Aquarium Lighting Fixture, 2X28 Watt, 48 inch. Cheeep God Bless
|03-05-2010 03:17 AM|
More fish came in yesterday!
-Sumo Loaches (Schistura balteata)
-Peacock Gudgeons (Tateurndina ocellicauda)
-Sunburst Peacocks (Aulonocara sp.)
|02-13-2010 10:48 PM|
We have pots of Cryptocoryne parva! They're going fast, so get some soon before they're gone!
We also have baby Panther Chameleons in stock now, 3 different varieties:
(these aren't my pics, they're just to show the potential these chams have as adults)
|02-07-2010 12:19 AM|
|legomaniac89||We got about 12 5"-6" Yellow Labs in today. They are already eating and are easily breeding size, so if you've ever wanted an easy-to-breed African cichlid, here's your chance!|
|02-05-2010 12:50 AM|
-Gold Flake Synodontis (Mystus leucophasis)
-Indian Lampeye Killifish (Oryzias melastigma)
-Asst. Discus (1 White Alenquer, 1 Turquoise Snakeskin)
-Asst. Angelfish (Koi, Gold Marble, Blushing, Leopard, Black Marble, Gold)
-Otocinclus (Healthy and eating well!)
-True Siamese Algae Eaters (Crossocheilus siamensis)
-Rummynose Rasboras (Sawbwa resplendens)
-Cynotilapia afra "Cobue"
-Black Moscow Guppies
-Lemonpeel Angel (Centropyge flavissimus)
-Harlequin Basslet (Serranus tigrinus)
-Aurora Goby (Cryptocentrus aurora)
-Zebra Nerites (Neritina zebra)
|01-22-2010 11:49 PM|
Pics! I just took these earlier today
Rummynose Rasbora (excuse the scratched glass . An ex-coworker tried to clean the glass with a magnetic scraper after dipping it in sand first)
Ameca splendens, the Butterfly Goodeid
Male Jackson's Chameleon
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