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Old 12-31-2011, 03:17 PM   #1
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Its a new year sale thread! January availability- pics added


Thing are starting to get cooler! I do NOT charge for heat 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, express shipping is preferred for fish and has a live arrival guarantee if it arrives on time. All shipping costs are actual based on package size, weight, and zip code. Please pm for shipping estimates


PRIORITY SHIPPING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK!! NO EXCEPTIONS! Heat packs only last 72 hours or so, its out of my control at that point.

Feel free to post up with any questions!

And remember NO GIFT PAYMENTS!

Shrimp


Caridina propinqua $1.50
Yellow neocaridina $4 (these were imported as yellow fire)
Malawa shrimp $1
Bumble bee shrimp $4, 10/$35
Red Cherry Shrimp temporarily sold out
Red Rilli shrimp $4
Amano shrimp (these guys are BIG) $2
Neocaridina "blueberry"-tankraised young $2.50

Snails-

Red spot nerite SOLD OUT
Bumble bee snails $2.50
Batik nerite $2.50 fewleft
Pomacea diffusa (mystery snai) $1 (purple, pink)
Assassins $2 SALE!

Crayfish
Cambarellus patzcuarensis sp. "orange" $12


FISH!

Elassoma zonatum (banded pygmy sunfish) $5 each!
Roseline barbs $13, 6/$70
Furcatas rainbows $3
Pygmaeus cories $3
Boraras naevus (strawberry rasbora) $2.50, 10/$22
Boraras brigitta (chili rasbora) $2.50 each, 10/$22
Silver hatchet- $3, 10 left
L144, shortfinned $10, about 2" (albino blue eyed)- NOT OF SEXABLE SIZE
Corydoras habrosus- $2.50 each!
Albino ancistrus 2"- $3
Y. cruciatus $4 (dwarf hovering zebra loach)
Y. sidthimunki 4 left, $6 each
Otocinclus affinis $2
R. pauciperforatum (red line rasbora) 2/ $1
T. micagemma $3, young (sparkle eye white cloud)
Hypancistrus contradens, 2" $28 each- 5 available, not of sexable size, F1

Plants-ALL PLANTS COULD HAVE SNAILS, SHRIMP, OR DUCKWEED AS TAG ALONGS
Anubias minima $5
Anubias lanceolata $4
Anubias nana $4



Dried goods
Alder cones- .05 each
coconut huts (drilled for apistos/ ancistrus) $2
Almond leaves, $8/bag (about 40 leaves per bag) C grade
Back to nature guide to nano aquaria- $27- GREAT book! Shipping is $2 media mail! THREE left

BIG Order coming in the next few weeks!
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Old 12-31-2011, 07:00 PM   #2
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How big is BIG?
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Old 12-31-2011, 07:23 PM   #3
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Old 12-31-2011, 09:42 PM   #4
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was he asking about the shrimp or the order coming in in the next few weeks? lol

Are the marbled hatchets safe with red cherry adults?
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:00 PM   #5
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i don't know!

Marbled hatchets will eat baby shrimp, but they really stay very much at the surface of the water soa re not much of a predator. They eat flying insects in the wild, so would take care of any springtails. A lidded tank or planted cover is a must with them.
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:10 PM   #6
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How well do you think shrimp (Amanos) would fare with priority shipping w a heat pack to northern WI? Or do you think express would be in order for them as well?
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:13 PM   #7
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I really think most invertebrates do just fine with priority, as long as there is not an atypical delay and temps are not extreme.
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I was asking about the shrimp. I didn't see the "BIG order" comment at the bottom the first time I read it! I will be placing an order for Amanos and otos next week. But about your upcoming order, are you going to be ordering more sidthimunkis? Also, what is the reasoning for your price drop from $9 to $6 for them? Is it because you are low on stock and want to clear them out or is it a more permanent price change?
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:31 PM   #9
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i want the last few out

The other fish in that tank are going to their forever home soon and I don't want a 30g tank to be running for 4 fish. Since they won't work with invertebrates, I am sort of stuck about where else to put them.
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Old 01-01-2012, 12:28 AM   #10
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Hi Msjinkzd,
I was wondering if you have ever carried Hemigrammus armstrongi, Also known as Brass tetras?
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Hey there msj ... I was wondering if LDA25 (Parotocinclus jumbo) has ever been something you could carry? I know I would order a fair number ... and I think there are some others here that have shown interest too.

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I will look for both things
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Gahh!! I want the sids, but I'm moving really soon... will you be getting more down the road a ways? Please?
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I to am curious if you will still be carrying sids in the future. I've got a couple now but they could use another 3 or so tank mates. But can't do it right now.

Also looking to find out if you will have panda Cory cats in the future as well?
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How well do you think shrimp (Amanos) would fare with priority shipping w a heat pack to northern WI? Or do you think express would be in order for them as well?
USPS has heated warehouses and trucks, so it's really the time that it would spend at your door or in your box that is the big concern. You can have the package held at the post office as well, or delivered to work.
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