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msjinkzd 05-25-2012 09:55 PM

It's about darn time I made a new thread for my stocklist!
 
Temperatures are stabilizing. I do NOT charge for heat packs, or cold 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 and Google Checkout for online purchases. PLEASE NOTE- USPS EXPRESS NO LONGER GUARANTEES NEXT DAY ARRIVAL. I AM WORKING ON MY FED-EX ACCOUNT NOW, BUT THERE WILL BE NO SHIPPING REFUNDS FOR LATE PACKAGES.

PRIORITY SHIPPING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK and is only on Monday and Tuesday! 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. The stocklist is a revolving one, as things come out of quarantine each week and get sold out. Please check back frequently for availability or feel free to email me with any special requests in order to combine shipping.

Shrimp
Caridina cf. babaulti “Black” $3
Sakura red $4
Red Cherry Shrimp $1.50
Caridina cf. breviata “bumble bee” $3
Amano shrimp $2 (XL size)
Caridina cf. cantonensis sp. Tiger $3
Neocaridina yellow (regular) $3
Neocaridina heteropoda var. Red rili $4

Crayfish
Cambarellus patzcuarensis sp. orange $11 unsexed

Snails-
Red spot nerite $2
Horned nerites $2.50
Zebra nerite $2
Assassins $2

Crabs
Microcrabs (Limnopilos naiyanetri) $3.50 each- temporarily sold out

Frogs

Hymenochirus boettgeri (African dwarf frog) $2

FISH
Roseline barbs $13, 6/$70- 11 left
Boraras naevus (strawberry rasbora) $2.50
Boraras brigitta (chili rasbora) $2.50 each
Albino ancistrus 2″- $4
Sawbwa resplendens (asian rummynose)- $3
Danio margaritatus $3.50
Boraras uropthalmoides $1.75
Corydoras habrosus $2.50, 10/$22
Otocinclus sold out
Dario hysgninon $4
Yunnanilus cruciatus loaches (dwarf zebra hovering) $4
Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki (dwarf chain loach, sids) $9
Danio choprae (glowlight danio) $3.50, 10/$30
Nannostomus eques (diptail or tube mouth pencilfish)- $3
Nannostomus mortenthaleri (Coral red pencilfish)- $10
Hemigrammus bleheri (rummynose tetra)- $3
Knodus borki (blue tetra) $3
Orange zebra otos- $14
Barbus hulstaerti (Butteryfly barb) $4.50
Neolebias ansorgii (Landraf’s tetra) $4.50
Badis badis (most likely, exact species unknown) $10
Danionella dracula (pygmy danio) $2, 10/$18
Meteor minnows (longfinned white clouds) $3 10/$28
Pseudomugil furcatus $3
Corydoras punctatus $3
Meteor Minnows (lf T. albonubes) $3





Ask about availability of plants

Dried goods
Alder cones- .05 each
Almond leaves- $8 gallon bag, C grade

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

Please ask if there is anything you are interested in that I have had before that is not currently available on my list :)

joon 05-25-2012 10:04 PM

i been waiting for it so long

smokaah 05-25-2012 11:33 PM

I would be interested in some of your shrimp as soon as my tank is ready. I am just down the road in York. Could you send me message with your contact info. I should be ready in a week or so.

Thanks.

msjinkzd 05-26-2012 01:06 AM

there is more available than I have on there. I will update it hopefully tomorrow.

@smokaah- hit me up at msjinkzd@gmail.com. I am in Mt. Wolf/Emigsville area- a couple miles from teh 83/30 split. You are welcome to come by if we set up a time

yellowsno 05-27-2012 10:43 PM

awww dario dario went up in price :(

amarkantis 05-28-2012 04:08 AM

I'll definitely keep watch on what you have as I look to add to my tanks.

msjinkzd 05-28-2012 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yellowsno (Post 1879438)
awww dario dario went up in price :(

Prices are always based on what things cost me, there is some mild seasonal fluctuation based on collection :)

DanCottle 05-28-2012 07:05 PM

If I feed the soilent green repashy food to my otos will my roseline barbs and neon tetras eat it as well? I would like to get it but am thinking the other fish might eat it up before the otos get any.

msjinkzd 05-29-2012 07:05 PM

Yea, they should. What I do to spread it out is pour/paint it onto driftwood. By doing this, you can angle the wood and allow multiple feeding levels in the tank.

Xryan 06-01-2012 04:29 PM

Do you know when you'll get some Pygmy Cories?

In2wishin 06-02-2012 09:51 PM

I am thinking about adding Barbus hulstaerti but I have a coupleof questions that I can't find doing a GIS. What part of the water column do they swim in? Do they school? What is the pH of the water you have them in and if it is over 7, are they doing OK?

TIA for the info

jkan0228 06-04-2012 01:15 AM

Just curious if you'll be carrying tank raised cardinals again?

msjinkzd 06-04-2012 12:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by In2wishin (Post 1887099)
I am thinking about adding Barbus hulstaerti but I have a coupleof questions that I can't find doing a GIS. What part of the water column do they swim in? Do they school? What is the pH of the water you have them in and if it is over 7, are they doing OK?

TIA for the info

They are sort of all over the water column, mainly midwater. They are gatherers, more than schoolers (I have only kept them in a species tank). The pH is 7.5, gh 7, kh 8, tds 170 in their tank. More important is the temp, they like things coolers.

Quote:

Originally Posted by jkan0228 (Post 1888414)
Just curious if you'll be carrying tank raised cardinals again?

most likely :)

MuddyWishkah 06-04-2012 02:17 PM

Coral Red Pencils for $10??!!!??

WHAAAAT?!

msjinkzd 06-04-2012 05:16 PM

I know :) They are perfect, too. Beautiful fish. Here is a pic of the actual livestock:
http://msjinkzd.com/freshwater/wp-co...tenthaleri.jpg


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