WTS Rare CICHLIDS / Celestial Pearl Danios $4 / Plants rocks

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  1. Soup3777

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    Minimum $5 purchase thanks.

    Fishes 1-4 are rare: (Pictures do not do them justice) Malawi and Victorian

    1. F1 (wild generation) MALE Otter point "Butterfly" peacock The best otterpoint ive ever seen Only $14
    Neon light blue/white top, rustic yellow body and face, light orange top body, and neon orange bottom and back fin

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    3. Amazing MALE Tomato victorian Only $14
    rainbow of colors- Flares colors often (simply amazing)

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    5. MALE Rusty Only $8
    purple body and brown elsewhere

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    Celestial Pearl Danios (CPD's) / Galaxy Rasboras
    young adult- $4 each! (Have 5 available at the moment)

    Proven to Breed (look like nano/dwarf salmon)
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    Malaysian trumpet snails (MTS)
    .20 cents each! have atleast 100+

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    Plants Will give discounts for large quantities
    Dwarf mini water lettuce (Floater)
    7 for $5 each plant has 4-7 green leaves with great roots

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    Salvinia minima (Floater) - common salvinia, water spangle
    40 leaves for $5

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    Anacharis (can be weight down, rooted, or float)
    .50 cents a stem (6" in length)

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    Frogbit (Floater)
    TBD

    Java Fern regular (tie down to anything or root it)
    TBD

    Java Fern med. narrow (tie down to anything or root it)
    TBD

    Java Moss (attaches to anything, can sink and stay on its own)
    TBD

    Christmas Moss (xmass)
    TBD

    Fake silk grass x3 (looks real and sways in current) paid $12 for them new
    Only $5

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    Fake leafy stem plant (in bunches) x2- (plastic, looks nice) paid $9
    Only $3

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    Lace Rock (100lbs or more) paid $4.50/lbs
    Only $1.99/lbs

    Show quality rocks hand picked. Have small, medium, and large. Large pieces are hollow with caves (creating more real estate for fish and also hiding spots!)
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    Free stuff:
    mini filters (x2)
    plastic tops
    plastic trim and parts to various plastic tanks
     
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    FYI, your "Kyoga Flameback" most certainly isn't. Definitely a Pundamilia nyererei of some sort...
     
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    thx,

    they resemble each other
     
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