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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-27-2016, 01:30 AM Thread Starter
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Frogbit, Driftwood, and Snails for Sale

I have more frogbit to sell, up to 70 plants, sized small to large!

I have MTS for sale, up to 200.

One adult blue mystery snail.

One 18" piece of tantora driftwood, great for moss trees, shrimp tanks, and as a statement piece, $50 shipped obo.

Lastly, I have ivory mystery snails for sale, sized pea to nickel, 100+. (I am willing to sell bulk as feeder snails.)

Pm me with quantity, I will accept any reasonable offers. Unheated, uninsulated Priority shipping is $8 to any US location. "The works" is $15.

Let me know if you have questions or want more pictures.

Thanks for looking! :)
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O.o I've been looking for a blue mystery! Well a few ^^ do you know gender?

I would try frog-bit again if you have good prices

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No clue on gender, he's been sitting in my tank all by his/her lonesome.
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I'd be more than happy to give you mine, but if you want a breeding group try Bama Plants (.com) that's where I got this one :)
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How much would it be for a few MTS (I have a 2 gallon with sand and may be adding a 2.5 gallon with sand) and 2-3 Ivory Mystery Snails?

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KitKat sells very healthy plants and wonderful Mystery Snails. Which reminds me, I need a couple more. hmmmmmm
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How much would it be for a few MTS (I have a 2 gallon with sand and may be adding a 2.5 gallon with sand) and 2-3 Ivory Mystery Snails?
If you want a starter group I can offer you 15+5 MTS and 2+1 MYS for $8 ($5 and $3). Let me know if this sounds good and which shipping method you prefer. (I will note 2 gallons is hardly enough for one mystery snail. They get big and will escape if they don't have room to roam.)

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Mysteries would go in 5.5 gallons, that sounds good. Do you think heating a necessary. It has been in the 60s here, but I don't know about the temperature there.

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Yes, heat is always a good idea. Mine live in 89*F
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Their life and growth depends on the warmth. At 85 plus they are active and grow fast but will die sooner than one kept at 75. At 60 they won't even come out of the shell except to eat. It's a balance of activity vs longevity. Yhe J are plenty active in the 70s but not 60s


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