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Hello!

So I ordered three female lime endlers for my 10 gallon Walstad riparium, and despite the seller telling me they were virgins, apparently someone got missed in their tank, because now I have at least 25 fry in there!

I don't have the space for these little critters, so I'm giving them away. I live in the San Fernando Valley, so I'd love for someone to come pick them up. I'd rather not ship and stress the little ones out. They're eating crushed flakes like little piggies, but they're still very small, and they aren't gendered, but the endlers have been kept at 80 degrees F, which might mean more females?

These are some great little fish, and I'd hate to see them go to waste. They're very friendly. Mine eat out of my hand, and they also love picking at algae and any microorganisms they can find. They also get along with just about anything.

PM me if you're interested! I can also throw in some Salvinia Minima if you like.
 

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Update: The first batch of fry has been adopted by a pioneering pond owner, and so far, they are thriving, but now I have a second batch, so these are up for free as well. There are 30 so far, and my third adult endler looks like she's about to pop.

If anyone's interested, let me know!

Edit: I slowly acclimatized the endler fry to cooler temperatures in the days leading up to the pond transfer. If you have a similar situation, I will do that for you but I'll need a few days to do that.
 

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UPDATE: A new batch of fry has been born! These ladies sure must have gone to town before they came into my possession. As I've stated before, these were sold to me as lime endlers. However, my first batch males have colored up, and it looks like half of them are lime endlers, and the other half are cobra endlers (I think). I'm not sure which lady gave birth to which kind, so they're a mixed bag. There are 22 of them in this batch, so let me know if you're interested in any, and I will provide!
 

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Hello!

So I ordered three female lime endlers for my 10 gallon Walstad riparium, and despite the seller telling me they were virgins, apparently someone got missed in their tank, because now I have at least 25 fry in there!

I don't have the space for these little critters, so I'm giving them away. I live in the San Fernando Valley, so I'd love for someone to come pick them up. I'd rather not ship and stress the little ones out. They're eating crushed flakes like little piggies, but they're still very small, and they aren't gendered, but the endlers have been kept at 80 degrees F, which might mean more females?

These are some great little fish, and I'd hate to see them go to waste. They're very friendly. Mine eat out of my hand, and they also love picking at algae and any microorganisms they can find. They also get along with just about anything.

PM me if you're interested! I can also throw in some Salvinia Minima if you like.
Do you still have some fry left? I am in Burbank/North Hollywood, If you do please let me know so I can have some.....
Please let me know either way,
Thank you.
 
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