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Do you still have any more for sale?
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Do you still have any more for sale?
Sorry for the delayed reply, yes I do, I'll pm you.

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Do you have any cultures left? I may be interested in getting some. Are these any good for fry?
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Do you have any cultures left? I may be interested in getting some. Are these any good for fry?
I'm currently prepping a new culture-not ready yet- and have 2 other members that have asked for cultures I will check in with first to see if they still want once its ready to ship, I'll contact you after them if you'd like.
This is not a newly free swimming fry food but mid range in fry growth/juvies food, also good for other micro predators like blue eye gertrudea(what I got them for) sparkling gourami, scarlet badis, cdp, etc.

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Ah! Thanks for answering my question! If you could keep me posted, I'd like that. :)
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How do the starters do with the cold? I could use one also but might be best to wait till it warms up a little if they don't do well.

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How do the starters do with the cold? I could use one also but might be best to wait till it warms up a little if they don't do well.
DO you mean shipping or environment you plan to keep and grow them in (like a garage)?
They grow/reproduce faster when kept in a warmer area-mine are kept in a room that's about 65-70F year round but mid 70sF will grow them faster. As for shipping I don't have heat packs so below freezing weather I can't guarantee survival of them unless you do express (over night) instead of priority (2-3 day), but express would cost more. I pack them in with newspaper to insulate. The culture container (when getting full starter kit) is too big to use Styrofoam in the shipping box with it.
Right now I still am growing the next starter culture for sale and have 4 people on a waiting list to contact when its ready.

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DO you mean shipping or environment you plan to keep and grow them in (like a garage)?
They grow/reproduce faster when kept in a warmer area-mine are kept in a room that's about 65-70F year round. As for shipping I don't have heat packs so below freezing weather I can't guarantee survival of them unless you do express (over night) instead of priority (2-3 day), but express would cost more. I pack them in with newspaper to insulate. The culture container (when getting full starter kit) is too big to use Styrofoam in the shipping box with it.
Right now I still am growing the next starter culture for sale and have 4 people on a waiting list to contact when its ready.

Please put me on the list but with it being in the single digits at night it would be better to wait until it warms up for shipping. With 4 others on the list it should be warmer by the time you get to me.

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Please put me on the list but with it being in the single digits at night it would be better to wait until it warms up for shipping. With 4 others on the list it should be warmer by the time you get to me.

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Do you still have cultures availble? I was going to order from the worm guy but would rather get from you :)
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