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Daphnia and Fish FS delivered to CCA party at Josh's

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Frank Cowherd, Dec 4, 2017.

  1. Frank Cowherd

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    #1 Frank Cowherd, Dec 4, 2017
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    FOR SALE: Daphnia and other live food cultures plus various home-grown fish I can deliver to the CCA Christmas Party at Josh's home on Saturday December 9, 2017.

    DAPHNIA $5 a bag

    MICROWORM culture in a plastic food-storage box $5
    MICROWORM starter (1 tablespoon of a going culture) is free to any CCA member, just ask for the micro starter.

    VINEGAR EEL culture $5 (one pint) with collecting sponge in a food storage box. Ask for instructions if you need them.

    Rotifer culture starter is free to any PVAS or CCA member, just ask for rotifer starter. Cultures are $5 a quart and will be placed in a fish bag. Let me know if you need culturing information.

    Red Cherry shrimp (Neocaridina Davidi (Heteropoda) $2 each or 10 for $16

    All fish and cultures are home grown, fish and shrimp are tank raised.
    Order in this thread, preferred, or PM me, please.

    BN albino or spotted/brown small $3
    BN spotted/brown adult pairs $12

    L183 BN also known as the Starlight Bristlenose Catfish or Dolly Pleco -- 1.5 to 2 inch $20 each. These are the ones shown in the picture below with the white edging to the dorsal and caudal fins in both juvies and adults.


    Celestichthys margaritatus (galaxy rasbora or celestial pearl danio) $5 each or 6 for $25

    Pseudomugil gertrudae (spotted blue-eyed rainbow) $10 pair

    Corydoras axelrodi (Axelrod's cory) $8 each
    Corydoras paleatus (pepper corys) $5 each
    Corydoras panda (panda corys) $4 each
    Corydoras pygmaeus (pygmy cory catfish) $4 each
    Corydoras schultzi black (beautiful black cory) $10 each
    Corydoras sp CW010 (gold laser cory or Peru orange stripe cory) $7 each
    Corydoras sterbai (Sterba's cory) the one with the orange pectoral fins $8 each
    Corydoras trilineatus (leopard cory) spots and stripes $8 each
    Corydoras weitzmani (Weitzman's cory) $8 each
    Corydoras aeneas (Bronze cory) $4 each

    Eppyplaty annulatus (rocket killie) $8 a pair

    Gymnogeophagus balzanii (Argentine humphead or eartheater) $5 each for 3 to 4 inch fish

    Microgeophagus ramirezi (electric blue ram) $20 a pair

    Neolamprologus pulcher (daffodil or lyretail cichlid) $5 each

    Pseudotropheus demasoni (dark blue and white vertical-striped mbuna) $5 each for 2 to 3 inch fish

    Pterophyllum scalare (black lace angelfish) adults $6 each
    Pterophyllum scalare (black velvet or double D angelfish) adults $10 each
    Pterophyllum scalare (platinum pearlscale angelfish) adults $10 each
    Pterophyllum scalare (red koi angelfish) adults $10 each
    Pterophyllum scalare (silver angelfish) adults $6 each
    Pterophyllum scalare (clown angelfish) half grown $8 each

    Synodontis petricola (Tanganyikan spotted catfish) $6 each or 2-3 inch fish

    Tricogaster trichopterus (opaline gourami) $8 pair
    Trichopodus leerii -- pearl gourami $4 each for half grown
    Trichogaster lalius -- flame gourami $10 pair

    Xiphophorus helleri (black velvet or black Moscow swordtails) $4 each
    Xiphophorus helleri (red velvet swordtails) $4 each
    Xiphophorus maculatus (red wag platy) $4 each

    Spotted bullhead catfish 5 to 9 inch fish $5 each These fish are native to a few southern US rivers like the Suwannee River in FL and GA. These are actually a spotted version of the brown bullhead. They grow to about 16-18 inches and will fit in any large cichlid tank, like where a red-tailed catfish would, without getting so big. And can be trained to eat out of your hand.

    All fish are home grown, tank raised.

    Order in this thread, preferred, or PM me, please.
  2. captmicha

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    Need a bag of daphnia, please.

    Also, can you please tell me how you culture yours? And what feed you use? Thanks.

    Been reading but want to hear how you do it.
  3. xny1989

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    I'd like 3 clown angles please.

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