I am looking for:
*Silk plants, and especially one or two really long vine-like ones for my very tall fish tank I recently bought.
*Changing light bubblers (ones that change colors)
*A small heater for a 3.69 gallon tank (not for betta fish)
*Betta mirror toy that floats around
*Betta toys (not betta log or betta leaf though)
*Decorations that are realistic/tall/lots of holes and safe for betta. I like tree-houses/waterfalls/windmills/fake wood/beach theme
*Decorations that are very glossy and colorful are okay, just show me them first.
*Changing color LED lights
I have for sale or trade:
*A working filter, needs a longer extension if you want it to go more than 5" from the surface downwards
*Gravel: TONS of colors
*Decorations: as shown...
*Lava rock too.
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*BAGS of gravel/stones are $5 a PIECE.
*WHITE GRAVEL bag / BLUE GRAVEL bag are $10 each.
*CONTAINERS of gravel are $2.50 a piece.
*DECORATIONS: $2.50 a piece.
*Lava Rock: $10.
*Blue filter: works, water intake is 5" from top of tank or you can get $1-$3 tube extensions VIA ebay/online you can likely find them for very cheap directly from china: $5.
*Black filter: does not work, it needs the mini fan propeller/motor attachment: $2.50.
*Indian Almond Leaves: $3 for the bag.
*Small bubble filter without refill: $1.
*CO2 bio refill: $2.
*Algae thins: $2.50.
*Betta leaf: $2.50.
*Flora Pride: $3.
*Sponge for filter tube intake: $2.
*5 gallon tank does not leak, was used only for a few days and cleaned. No hood included, just the tank almost new: $9.
*10 gallon tank does leak, one of the hoods fits it but does not stay on well. Can be taped to fix it, does have a feeding compartment which will work: $15.
*Shorter light does not come with bulb but does work: $5.
*Longer light with extra outlet comes with working bulb, might be for 20 gallon tanks: $10.
*Everything pictured and shown for sale has been soaked for 2 or more hours, washed with<u> pure vinegar and water</u> (rocks/stones/shells/accessories) have been soaked for 2-4 days in this wash. After the soaking they have been rinsed plenty of times (this is the most recommended washing for fish as you should never use soaps, it's recommended to do a 1:9 ratio of vinegar to water and this has had a pure vinegar bath! meaning it's very disinfected! You may rinse before placing in your tank for even more protection although they EVERYTHING is absolutely good to go).
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