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Old 10-11-2012, 04:13 PM   #1
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Danio erythromicron in stock


I got a bunch of pm's and emails about these guys, so brought them in They will be available next week (or more likely after the catfish convention).
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Old 10-11-2012, 05:39 PM   #2
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These are one of my favorite nano fish! The colors can get very intense, pearly, with metallic deep blue stripes and bright red fins and gills.
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Yea, this was 12 hours after being added totheir qt tank I will get updated pics as they settle in
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Any idea of what you will be charging for them?
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Are they shrimp aggressive? I've heard they just go after juvies, while others have said they will wipe out a tank. Also would you recommend them in a 2.5? Super filtered, heavily planted.

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They are like any other small danio, while small in stature, they have a decent sized mouth. They can absolutely eat baby shrimp. I think danios, in general, do better with a longer footprint than a 2.5g can provide. Chili rasboras are much more suited to a 2.5g as they are about 1/3 the girth and half the length.
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They look cool. Can I get a quote on 10 RCS shipped to 79107?
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Shipping priority (generally 3-4 days from here) would be $11. Shipipng FedEx ground (3 business days) would be $10, FedEx second day would be $20. Shrimp are $1.50 each.
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