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Old 02-05-2013, 12:50 AM   #1
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OK, these are fish I generally have in stock (there are a few rare and unusual expceptions. also, some are wild caught and thus not always available). I will likely update this list regularly until I get the website rolling again, but as stated, these are more or less my regular stock items.

And only from my planted tank fish section (i.e. not predators or larger freshwater fish)

Tetras:

cardinals
neons
black neons
emperor palmeri
emporor kerri
ember
rummynose
pristilla
rosy
lemon
colombian red tail

Rainbows:

furcata
tenellus
gertrudae
aru II (stated)
signifer
threadfin
neon
bosemani
sp. neon red
ivantsoffi
connieae

Rasboras:

zebra
galaxy
kubotai
neons axelrodi - red, blue, green
espei
urophthalmus
nana
brigittae
merah
maculata

Corys:

adolofoi
duplicareus
sterbai
reticulatus
simils
sodalis
robineii
julii
panda
skunk
albino
orange laser
punctatus
habrosus
pygmaeus
hastatus
schwartzi
burgessi
metae
melini
salt and pepper
weitzmani
concolor

Other Bottom Feeders:

otos
zebra otos
bristlenose
albnio longfin bristlenose
green dragon bristlenose
clown pleco
emperor pleco L204
queen arabesque pleco L260
king tiger pleco L66
zebra pleco L46
leopard frog pleco L134
yellow tiger pleco l333
L400
L401
L236
L262
L340
L173
sidthimunki loach
retic. hillstream loach
chinse butterfly loach
panda loach
sumo loach
tiger botia
queen botia
clown loach
zebra botia
burmese border botia
gold border botia
synodontis petricola
synodontis lucipinnis
synodtis multipunctatus
synodontis brichardi
synodontis angelica
yoyo loach
siamese algae eaters
red high fin plecos
scarlet goby (zhoui)
flame cheek goby
cobalt blue goby
desert goby
batik loach

Other Miscellaneous Fish:

scarlet badis
clown killis
chocolate gouramis
cross bar chocolate gouramis
samurai gouramis
honey/sunset dwarf gouramis
badis badis
red arc pencil fish
purple arc pencil fish
marginatus pencils
auratus pencils
beckfordi pencils
gold australe killis
gardneri killis
gold wonders
bivitattum killis
eggersi killis
ornate licorice gouramis
filament licorice gouramis
green speckled licorice gouramis
red spot licorice gouramis
bintan licorice gouramis

Dwarf Cichlids:

bitaeniata
tefe blue
panduro
nijsenni
cac. super red
ag. double red
hongsloi
borelli opal
cac. orange flash
viejita red necks
german blue rams
gold rams
bolivian rams
electric blue rams
powder blue rams


I would say 90% in stock today. Or more.
I will do some pricing on this also. Sorry, this was just from a local forum post - where I make people come in lol
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:48 PM   #2
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how much are L46?
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how much are L46?
depends on my source - but either $200 or $250.
thanks
oh, and i am out for another few weeks.
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are they WC or CB?
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should be cb. i believe i can also get them wc. not sure if one is preferable to the other ?
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cb I am guessing are hardier.
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cb I am guessing are hardier.
yean and hopefully cheaper.
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yean and hopefully cheaper.
Yep, cb are far cheaper,mid you're looking for cb fry there are a number of people who sell for 80-120 ea. wild caught are mainly adult males and run anywhere from 200-350ea

Cb aren't noticeably more hardy though, they still need to be acclimated and their survival rate is about the same as wc when being moved to drastically different water conditions

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I also remembered that wc are no longer exported from Brazil? I think.

Do you ever get phillipine blue angels?
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Yep, cb are far cheaper,mid you're looking for cb fry there are a number of people who sell for 80-120 ea. wild caught are mainly adult males and run anywhere from 200-350ea

Cb aren't noticeably more hardy though, they still need to be acclimated and their survival rate is about the same as wc when being moved to drastically different water conditions
good point.
also, i am always looking for breeders so if you know off hand who is breeding the zebras let me know.
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Prices?

today. i was almost done with the list friday and then i got timed out.
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I also remembered that wc are no longer exported from Brazil? I think.

Do you ever get phillipine blue angels?
occasionally. not a fish i actively look for but i'll take a look around to see.
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