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Old 02-21-2012, 08:14 PM   #16
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Hey Rob, next time you visit that petco, see if you can talk to the manager about getting more SAE.
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Old 02-21-2012, 10:16 PM   #17
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is the fish in picture true SAE?
i dont know it was only $2.50 which is not bad at all!
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Old 02-22-2012, 09:14 PM   #18
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i found TRUE SAE $2.50 at hidden reef and they also had adult panda garra $16, crs for $9.99.
i dont know most of freshwater fish in hiddenreef seem like not perfect condition
i wish they improve freshwater/plant stock like old location
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Old 02-23-2012, 09:31 PM   #19
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is the fish in picture true SAE?
i dont know it was only $2.50 which is not bad at all!
Looked like true SAE to me. The stripe went all the way through the tail. The dorsal fin seemed a bit long, but I could just be making that up because I haven't actually looked closely at mine in awhile.
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Old 02-24-2012, 03:10 PM   #20
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I hoping to get a couple SAE tomorrow from hidden reef.
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Old 02-24-2012, 03:25 PM   #21
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is the fish in picture true SAE?
i dont know it was only $2.50 which is not bad at all!

Look like a true SAE to me
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Old 04-29-2012, 04:38 PM   #22
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just went and bought 3 more. He carries them regularly.

And yes, the manager does the orders which is why this petco has good stock. The guy is a hobbyist and likes to mix things up.

Nemo's has an amazing selection as of late on Tanganyikans, Peacocks, and more Rainbows. Clearly the change in ownership brought in new resources and the new manager in charge of ordering is really going where the profit is.

Among other things, here's what I found yesterday there

Noteworthy Tanganyikans - (on top of the usual brichardi's, lelupi's, and Julidochromis)
- Cyphotilapia Giberrosa - Nice BLUE frontosas
- 5 Different Tropheus Moori Species
- Gold Alto. Compressiceps
- Black Calvus
- White Calvus
- Cyathopharynx Furcifer
- Spathados Erythrodon (Blud Spotted Goby Cichlid): These guys are amazing

Oddballs
- Motoro Stingrays

SA Cichlids
- A little light but they have full grown Geo. Steindachneri
- Mid Size Geo. "Surinamensis"
- Grown Angels about 4-5 inches in Diameter

Rainbows
- Parkinsonii
- Pseudoincicus
- Bosemanii
- Bleherii
- Turqoise Rainbows
- Madagascar Rainbows

Tetras
- Nice tank of Cardinals

Plants are limited but the Crypts are nice sized and 5.99 and they have Undulata, Spiralis, Red Wendtii, Green Wendtii, Parva, and Lutea. Very Robust


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Old 04-29-2012, 04:44 PM   #23
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Ardmore Petco Had.

- More SAE's mixed in with Flying Foxes (Good because it helps the buyer make the distinction. Confused on why the mistake is ever made. They look disimilar)
- More Beckford's Pencils
- NIce group of Marbled Hatchets
- Red Phantoms
- Several Cory Cat Species: Julii (actually Trileniatus) are only 4 bucks.
- Whiptails Loricara Plecos (don't eat algae but plant safe)
- Goyder River Rainbows
- Maccullochi Rainbows (2 very nice ones)
- Madagascar Rainbows
- Healthy Rummynose Tetras (6 left at only 2.99)
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Old 04-30-2012, 03:09 PM   #24
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Ardmore Petco Had.

- More SAE's mixed in with Flying Foxes (Good because it helps the buyer make the distinction. Confused on why the mistake is ever made. They look disimilar)
- More Beckford's Pencils
- NIce group of Marbled Hatchets
- Red Phantoms
- Several Cory Cat Species: Julii (actually Trileniatus) are only 4 bucks.
- Whiptails Loricara Plecos (don't eat algae but plant safe)
- Goyder River Rainbows
- Maccullochi Rainbows (2 very nice ones)
- Madagascar Rainbows
- Healthy Rummynose Tetras (6 left at only 2.99)
More SAE...good to hear. I really wish there was instructions on how to breed these things. I'm getting a lot of breeding like behavior, but I'm not around my tanks long enough to check for eggs.
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Old 04-30-2012, 05:26 PM   #25
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just went and bought 3 more. He carries them regularly.

And yes, the manager does the orders which is why this petco has good stock. The guy is a hobbyist and likes to mix things up.

Nemo's has an amazing selection as of late on Tanganyikans, Peacocks, and more Rainbows. Clearly the change in ownership brought in new resources and the new manager in charge of ordering is really going where the profit is.

Among other things, here's what I found yesterday there

Noteworthy Tanganyikans - (on top of the usual brichardi's, lelupi's, and Julidochromis)
- Cyphotilapia Giberrosa - Nice BLUE frontosas
- 5 Different Tropheus Moori Species
- Gold Alto. Compressiceps
- Black Calvus
- White Calvus
- Cyathopharynx Furcifer
- Spathados Erythrodon (Blud Spotted Goby Cichlid): These guys are amazing

Oddballs
- Motoro Stingrays

SA Cichlids
- A little light but they have full grown Geo. Steindachneri
- Mid Size Geo. "Surinamensis"
- Grown Angels about 4-5 inches in Diameter

Rainbows
- Parkinsonii
- Pseudoincicus
- Bosemanii
- Bleherii
- Turqoise Rainbows
- Madagascar Rainbows

Tetras
- Nice tank of Cardinals

Plants are limited but the Crypts are nice sized and 5.99 and they have Undulata, Spiralis, Red Wendtii, Green Wendtii, Parva, and Lutea. Very Robust


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I saw that pets plus/nature's pet/nemo's has been raising their prices on potted plants. The p.p. in langhorne jumped to $5.99/pot and the p.p. woodhaven is charging $7.99/pot. Way too much. I'll sell anyone the same crypt as a mother plant for $3 or $4....lol
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Old 04-30-2012, 05:29 PM   #26
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Well if anyone wants a single SAE, I have a huge one for you.
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Old 04-30-2012, 05:34 PM   #27
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Huge is an understatement sir!! That thing is massive!! Lol
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Huge is an understatement sir!! That thing is massive!! Lol
And it's even bigger since the last time you saw it.

Bill, I think 2 of the L46 are pairing up in a cave.
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Old 04-30-2012, 05:46 PM   #29
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No way, are you serious? I'll never be able to afford those babies......too rich for my blood....lol
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No way, are you serious? I'll never be able to afford those babies......too rich for my blood....lol
I am keeping my fingers crossed. I was not happy to find a dead L46 in one of the cave last week. Pleco are known to be brutal to their mate when spawning. I have one of my ABN male that I can't put any female in the same tank. He managed to kill a few already.

So being dissapointed that I lost one of the L46, I was a bit surprised to find 2 L46 in the same cave this morning and one does have the shape of a female. I am keeping my fingers crossed.
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