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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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I have 15 IAL teabags. $0.50 each

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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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As of today, here's what is left:

11 IAL teabags - $0.50 each
8 golden apple snails - $0.75 each
6 adult brown ramshorns - $0.50 each
Vinegar eels starter culture - $2

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post #13 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-14-2012, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys! Here's what's left:

Vinegar eels
Starter cultures $2 ea. Mine have been acclimated/raised in a pretty diluted apple cider vinegar/cycled tank water solution, and are breeding like crazy!

Walter worms
Starter cultures $2 ea. My fry's favorite! My guppies love them, too.

Brown ramshorns
Adolescents - adults, $0.25 ea. Very healthy, breeding like ramshorns should. Getting rid of the browns so I can have more room for breeding reds. (Should have a few reds next month) Lots of fun to watch: mine like to climb on top of each other to form a snaily tower!

Gold mystery snails
Almost breeding size, come with care sheet, $0.75 ea. Won't overpopulate your tank, and have more personality than a pond snail.

Golden Pearls
1 oz bags, $3 ea. 1oz of these is a LOT. 200-300 micron size, perfect for fry ready to eat BBS. Some float, some sink, great nutrition for fry.
Ingredients: Brine shrimp, squid, shrimp and fish protein, animal protein, purified fish oils, phospholipids, astaxanthin, vitamins and protected minerals, antioxidants, and immunostimulants.

IAL teabags
I have 8 left, $0.50 ea. 1 teabag = about 1 leaf, but without the messy decomposing leaf floating around.

Shipping is $6 for as much as I can fit in to a small Priority Flat Rate box.

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What is the max size of these little guys? I am thinking of turning my 2 gal into a shrimp or snail tank and the Golden look nice. Or Jade maybe... Would they cross breed with my mystory snail?
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I would love to purchase some duckweed from you. I see that this post is older, so I wasn't sure if you currently had any for sale, but if you do, I'll definitely purchase a goodly amount from you. I've got 3 20 gallons and a 30 gallon I'd love to have pretty well coated in the stuff, so I'll take anything going. :)
Just let me know if/when you've got some for sale. :)

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Blue Fish - My duckweed has bounced back from the hurtin these nice folks put on it, so I've got some now. It reproduces pretty fast, so If you bought 2 baggies and put 1/2 a baggie in each tank, you'd have duckweed city in no time. I'll get an updated list of what's available up tomorrow.

Bluewind - Sorry I didn't see your post before now: all mystery snails are the same species, so they can breed. Removing eggs is really easy, though, so population control is a breeze. I'm out of jades at the moment, but I've got some really pretty goldens. Mystery snails get to be about the size of a golf ball and need 2.5 gallons of space as adults. I'm also working with another species that gets as big as a baseball! I've also got some brown ramshorns, and now reds available as well. More colors of apple/mystery snails should be available sometime late next spring, when my outdoor tubs thaw out and I can resume breeding.

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