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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-07-2016, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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Blue Star "Campoma" Endlers For sale

I have a colony of Blue Star "Campoma" Endlers. This is an "N" class endler which means that the fish is of pure wild strain, the strain can be traced back to its original location and the strain has not come in contact with any hybridization.

I have trios available upon request and the fish are pick-up only as it is too cold to ship.

Trios 12.00

This is just a hobby and not a business so the number of fish available at any given time will vary depending on how many I choose to keep and how many I have left after sales.

Pick up area is in the Rock Island / Moline area of the Quad Cities in Illinois.

Again, I would like to reiterate this is a hobby and I am just selling fish because there are extras.

I can provide pictures upon request.
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I'd love to see pictures of those Endlers. Do you think they'd do well in an established planted 10? Are you willing to ship?
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I will post pictures this evening.

I will not ship at the moment as it is too cold this time of year. We are looking at temperatures in the single digits next week.

These fish will do very well in an established 10g. Depending on how successful you are at breeding them you may have to sell the fry or get a larger tank as they are quite prolific.

Do you have any other poecilia species in your tank such as guppys?
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They need constant food to breed. They can breed but sometimes will eat their babies if not fed enough. I really dig these for the light blue, please i'd like to see pics too
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I apologize, I cannot compress the image small enough to make it 977KB.

This is a photo of what the blue star males look like. Females a dull gray like guppies. Once I figure out how to compress my images to a smaller size, I will post them. Until then..

Note - This is not my photo, it is from orchidendlers.com
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Are you willing to ship now that temperatures are improving?

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