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WTB Ruby Red Peacocks

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by jonclark96, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. jonclark96

    jonclark96 CCA President
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    I'm looking for a group of juvie ruby reds, preferably around 2". Any one have any available for delivery to the meeting next week?
     
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    I would be interested in a couple prefer small males

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    Tuesday morning bump. Isn't there anyone in the club breeding these?
     
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    Jon I have some Ruby Reds for the (Super Ruby red Variety) see pic of father not really the best pic...they are about an inch and some smaller

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    Jon -- I'll have some at some point as my 40 breeder always has girls holding. But I let them spit and only a few babies actually grow up. And I don't want to remove a bunch of fish and upset the equilibrium. (I actually have one big male and THREE teenaged boys in the tank at the same time!) But at some point, I will need to pull some. So I'll keep you in mind for the future.
     
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    Craig - PM sent.

    Thanks Holly. If I don't have any by the time yours grow out a bit I'm interested!
     
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    I have a breeding group of young adults available, but won't be able to make it to the meeting. Also have loads of perlmutts, they get along well together in a 75.
     
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    Thanks for the offer, Todd, but I have a group of juvies lined up.
     
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    Jon -- I now have THREE juvenile boys in a tank with my dominant male, so not a good situation. You want a spare boy??
     
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    I picked up a group from Craig at the meeting last week. The largest is around 2" with most being closer to 1.5". As I am a complete noob when it comes to peacocks, I'm interested as long as it won't eat/harass the smaller fish.
     
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    Na, he won't the smaller fish. He's maybe 2.5"
     
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    Cool. I may be down your way on Saturday. Are you going to be around?
     
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    sending you a PM
     

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