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msjinkzd 09-05-2012 02:16 AM

New sale! 1 week only, stocklist will remain current
 
Shrimp
Amano shrimp (L) $2 Very few left
Neocaridina “Super Yellow” $4
Neocaridina yellow (regular) $3
Neocaridina palmata “blueberry” $3
Malawa $2
Bumble bee $3
Red cherry (sakura grade) $2.50
Tibee $3
Caridina cf. babaulti var green $3
Caridina cf. babaulti var black $3
Caridina cf. babaulti var stripes $4
Caridina fernandoi $5- 12 available
Laos blue velvet (genus and true species unknown) $5 Sold
Caridina gracilirostris $5 – Sold
Caridina thambipillai (brown version of sunkist) $4- few

Crayfish
Cambarellus patzcuarensis sp. orange $11 unsexed

Juveniles CPO $7

Snails-
Red spot nerite $2
Horned nerites $2.50
Assassins $2
zebra nerite $2 Sold
Brotia Pagodula $6, SOLD
Pomacea diffusa (ivory, magenta, purple) $2, grape sized



Crabs
Microcrabs (Limnopilos naiyanetri) $3.50 each

Frogs

Hymenochirus boettgeri (African dwarf frog) $2

FISH
Boraras naevus (strawberry rasbora) $2.50
Danio margaritatus $3.50, sold out
Boraras brigittae $2.50 sold out
Dario hysgninon $4
Yunnanilus cruciatus loaches (dwarf zebra hovering) $4, few left
Danio choprae (glowlight danio) $3.50, 10/$30
Nannostomus mortenthaleri (Coral red pencilfish)- Sold out
Neolebias ansorgii (Landraf’s tetra) $4.50- 12 left
Meteor minnows (longfinned white clouds) sold out
CW010- gold laser cory $6
Microdevario kubotai $3, sold out
Panda Garra- $10
Black neon (Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi) $2
Corydoras pygmaeus sold out
Parosphromenus linkei (Moonspot licorice gourami) sold out
Parosphromenus parvulus (Cherry spotted licorice gourami) $8.50
Clown killies $3
Ameca splendens (Butterfly goodeid) juveniles, unsexed $5
Sparkling gourami (Trichopsis pumila) $2.50
Cardinal tetra $2
Heterandria formosa $1.50
Tanicthys micagemmae $3.50
Boraras uropthalmoides $2.50
Sewellia lineolata $11
Hara jerdoni $3.50
Yunnanilus sp. rosy $3.50
Oericthys crenuchoides $3.50



Plants

LARGE anubias coffefolia mother plants $25
Medium Anubias coffefolia $15
java moss $3/golfball
Other ferns, anubias, and easy low light stems available as well

ALL PLANTS MAY HAVE DUCKWEED OR SNAILS, THOUGH I DO MY BEST TO REMOVE

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

Manzanita driftwood available for pickup only. Priced by the piece

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

Please allow a week of handling for sizes 16 oz and over, as I keep a limited quantity in stock due to limited space. Herp foods will also be a special order, though I am more than happy to do so.


As an appreciation to all my customers, I would like to offer a blanket sale on any order of livestock. I cannot do reductions on foods. These reductions will be on livestock costs, not the shipping costs. The price breaks are for shipped live stock and are as follows:

$5-$50 on livestock- get 5 % off livestock total

$50-100 on livestock- get 10% off livestock total

$150+on livestock- get 10% plus an additional $5 off livestock total
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I have been VERY pleased with my FedEx services so far. It seems to much of the US I can offer next day or second day service for close to priority pricing, but with more reliability. The only major change is that I need to know a phone number in order to fill out the label for the discounts, so please keep this in mind when making payment. As always, USPS is still available, but my live arrival guarantee is now extended for FedEx second day service as well.

This sale will end next Tuesday, September 11 at 10pm, EST. Thank you all for your continued support!
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TWINSCREWED 09-05-2012 07:19 PM

Hi Rachel, back again with even more questions. Seer, thats what you get for being so nice, lol.
My tank: cpds x 12, habrosus cory x8, danio choprae x10, y. cruciatus x10, Boraras brigittae x10. medium planted and light, lots of cover plants so pretty dark in parts of the tank.
I'm looking for something that is small in size to take up some of the middle of the tank. would the landgraf tetras or Microdevario kubotai (though few left makes me think you don't have a dozen) be too timid with these other fish?
Also, the chili rasboras I got stay pretty much exclusively in the roots of the surface plants. Would adding more make them more bold so as to venture into sight once in a while?
oh and just a note something got messed up on your website all the beautiful fish pics have been replaced with red x's. or is it me? hmmm.

msjinkzd 09-05-2012 08:18 PM

I have a dozen kubotai, :)

Kubotai are outgoing, the langraf's are a little shyer- better in a species tank or with other fish from the same area.

The chilis may be staying up there as they are by far the smallest specimens, and it may also be for grazing/feeding purposes.

I haven't had any problems with the site, maybe try clearing your cookies?

msjinkzd 09-05-2012 08:51 PM

getting lots of requests for photographs, most species of shrimp are in this page on my website. All photos taken today of the actual livestock:
http://msjinkzd.com/news/a-mostly-invertebrate-update/

Shanster 09-06-2012 07:01 AM

Parosphromenus linkei (Moonspot licorice gourami)
Parosphromenus parvulus (Cherry spotted licorice gourami)

Could you keep these gouramis with other types of dwarf gouramis?

msjinkzd 09-06-2012 12:30 PM

I would really really recommend anyone interested in any parosphromenus to read the recent article in Amazonas magazine, and take a perusal through the Parosphromenus Project portal:
http://www.parosphromenus-project.org/

These fish have very specialized needs, have threatened habitats, and should be bred. Ideally, they would be in a small, extremely softwater species tank.

Shanster 09-06-2012 07:00 PM

Thanks for the info. I will hold off on these beautiful little fishes until I can give them the habitat they need to thrive.

msjinkzd 09-06-2012 08:43 PM

they are worth the effort, but definitely an advanced species :)


Sparkling gourami, however, are much easier and very beautiful as well should you be interested.

Bakuphoon 09-08-2012 12:45 AM

Holy jeeze, I didn't realize how big the Brotia pagodula were going to be, I thought they were MTS size. Lol, awesome.

Elppan 09-08-2012 01:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by msjinkzd (Post 2002508)
I would really really recommend anyone interested in any parosphromenus to read the recent article in Amazonas magazine, and take a perusal through the Parosphromenus Project portal:
http://www.parosphromenus-project.org/

These fish have very specialized needs, have threatened habitats, and should be bred. Ideally, they would be in a small, extremely softwater species tank.

Oh neat that's really interesting! They are beautiful. Thanks for sharing that link.

What kind of tanks do they do well in, shorter long well planted bog-type tanks? Do they live in groups? Really interested to maybe one day in the future help with species propogation. Once I get further into the hobby. I am back in school after many years studying animals.

Nubster 09-09-2012 02:08 PM

Will you be getting in more oto's? Zebra oto's?

msjinkzd 09-09-2012 02:22 PM

yes, at some point :) It requires me having time to drive to JFK airport, and my schedule is freaking insane at this point. I am working on a new distributor, who should be able to ship a bit closer after fish and game inspections take place.

Bananariot 09-10-2012 08:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by msjinkzd (Post 2002508)
I would really really recommend anyone interested in any parosphromenus to read the recent article in Amazonas magazine, and take a perusal through the Parosphromenus Project portal:
http://www.parosphromenus-project.org/

These fish have very specialized needs, have threatened habitats, and should be bred. Ideally, they would be in a small, extremely softwater species tank.

I have that issue of Amazonas! Great little article on Sulawesi Shrimp too! Was gonna order some and try to match it with my shrimps.....then I found out their main source of obtaining nutrients from such sparse environments were SHRIMP.

cantsay39 09-10-2012 08:32 PM

i think i might get a bunch

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cantsay39 09-11-2012 01:48 AM

Neocaridina “Super Yellow” $4 x 10
Tibee $3 x 10
Bumble bee $3 x 5
Almond leaves- $8 gallon bag, C grade


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