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05-11-2012 04:22 AM
Mike Hawk Do you have amano shrimp in stock?
01-27-2012 07:41 PM
ElBoltonero Just to piggyback on what everyone else is saying, the dwarf hovering chain loaches are great...I have 3 in my ebi and they never bother my shrimp (intentionally, that is...sometimes one will happen to get too close for a shrimp's comfort...but they always act as if shrimp aren't even there). If the shrimp are all being lazy and hiding you still have someone to watch

Also, like shrimp, they sometimes want somewhere to hide and chill, so a shrimp-type setup would be great for both.
01-27-2012 03:33 PM
msjinkzd
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Originally Posted by Rhaethe View Post
You happen to have any more of those monstrously sized amanos?
yup!
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Originally Posted by shrimpnmoss View Post
When are the zebras due out of QT?
in another week!
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Originally Posted by Tanman19az View Post
Yea I know! I love mine that I got from you. You can't just get one or two either. They need 6-10 others to play with to show their true personalities. They are so playful with each other.
they are so fun!
01-27-2012 07:49 AM
bigduke45123
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wow rachel gonna sell zebra oto
good news!


What would everyone pay for the so hard to find zebras? I would be glad to pay at least $10 to $15 each because I can't seem to find them anywhere locally or on the web. Plus the stock from Rachel is the best there is.
01-27-2012 05:53 AM
Tanman19az
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they are one of my favorite fish, totally underrated!
Yea I know! I love mine that I got from you. You can't just get one or two either. They need 6-10 others to play with to show their true personalities. They are so playful with each other.
01-27-2012 05:31 AM
shrimpnmoss When are the zebras due out of QT?
01-27-2012 05:11 AM
Rhaethe You happen to have any more of those monstrously sized amanos?
01-26-2012 05:06 AM
eklikewhoa
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Originally Posted by TWINSCREWED View Post
They seem fine with my cherries, propinquas and malawas.They right about the same size (length, smaller in profile) as the adults. And their mouth is so small can't imagine anything more then a couple week old could possibly be eaten. Mine seem to be all over the tank spending lots of time playing in the filter outflow. Definitely a fun little fish in a low light heavy planted tank. Oddly they seem to shoal with the habrosus a bit. cool indeed.

Thank you for sharing your experience of them! Looks like more to add to my order.
01-26-2012 12:36 AM
Bunbuku bump for a fabulous seller! I got my order yesterday in spite of a diversion by USPS. It was securely packaged and all livestock were in great condition! plus there were some extras!
01-25-2012 10:26 PM
msjinkzd they are one of my favorite fish, totally underrated!
01-25-2012 10:25 PM
TWINSCREWED They seem fine with my cherries, propinquas and malawas.They right about the same size (length, smaller in profile) as the adults. And their mouth is so small can't imagine anything more then a couple week old could possibly be eaten. Mine seem to be all over the tank spending lots of time playing in the filter outflow. Definitely a fun little fish in a low light heavy planted tank. Oddly they seem to shoal with the habrosus a bit. cool indeed.
01-25-2012 09:47 PM
eklikewhoa Y. cruciatus $4 (dwarf hovering zebra loach)

How are these with dwarf shrimp?
01-25-2012 08:55 PM
msjinkzd True that!
01-25-2012 08:55 PM
fresh.salty I hear you. If I could keep selling stuff and never have to pay the suppliers I could make some real money. lol
01-25-2012 08:52 PM
msjinkzd hahaha, well, its sure nice to see the money until I sit down and think about how much I had to SPEND to make the money, lol
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