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Old 10-17-2013, 07:17 PM   #1
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Fish and axolotls for sale in central tx


Fish for sale- pflugerville. Can bring to se Austin or San Marcos.

6 yoyo loaches $20 for all

Long fin Albino Bristlenose Pleco $8 or 2/$15

Super Red Bristlenose Pleco $12 each or 2/$20

2 striped kuhli loaches - these are older and one has acted funny for a year. Free with any order.

Mickey Mouse platies - 3 of them. Free with any order.

Light blue velvet neo shrimp 8ish plus a few tiny babies, 2 are berried. Take all for $20

Show Line Guppies - $20 each group or take all for $60. All of these came from nice lines bred for showing guppies. That being said, I haven't selectively bred them in a few generations so they need some work. There are 4-6+ young guppies of mixed sexes in each group.
Bluegreen Moscows
Albino Blue Topaz
Albino Red Lace
See through yellow lace
Purple Moscows
Full Red

Mixed fancy guppies. 20/$15

Free duckweed and snails. Ramshorns. Mts. Pond.

Some of the axolotls are ready to go and I am ready of them to as well I have mostly leucistic, some albino. Gfp and non gfp in both. They are coming up on 2 inches, have all their legs and will come with samples of pellets they are eating.
Leucistic $10/each or 3/$25
Gfp leucistic or non gfp albino $15/each or 3/$35
Gfp albino $20 each or 3/$45
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:33 PM   #2
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How difficult is it to raise an axolotl? Mainly, how often do you have to feed it? I'm gone 2-3x a year for a week at a time . I remember writing a report and wanting one back in 9th grade, haha!

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Old 10-28-2013, 07:27 PM   #3
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Haha! I'm not sure vacation wise if they'd need a pet sitter or something but I'm feeding these juveniles earthworm pellets twice a day now. The hard work is done, raising wise!
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Old 11-22-2013, 02:35 PM   #4
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Do you still have the red bristlenose? And the shrimp?

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Old 01-06-2014, 12:08 AM   #5
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I would be interested in any of the plecos, shrimp, and any plant trimmings you might have. I live near downtown austin.
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Old 01-11-2014, 03:16 AM   #6
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How difficult is it to raise an axolotl? Mainly, how often do you have to feed it? I'm gone 2-3x a year for a week at a time . I remember writing a report and wanting one back in 9th grade, haha!
theyre pretty hardy and easy to care for
As a juvenile they should be fed once or twice a day
Im feeding mine once a day but sometimes skip a day
When they get older, around 5 inches, feeding once every couple days should be fine
Once theyre about that size you should be able to skip an entire week of feeding with no problem
Mine has gone that long and been fine
If you leave for a week you could drop some feeder fish in there, just make sure you have them quarantined for at least a month to ensure they are not diseased
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Old 08-22-2014, 08:57 PM   #7
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I would love to purchase two axolotl if you are still raising them. Please email me at krystyndankmeyer@gmail(dot)com
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