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Old 11-16-2017, 07:10 AM   #1
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Green Spotted 'wild' Swordtails

I have yet to take pictures but will soon. You don't see these everyday so....
These are fantastic green spotted green swordtails from my buddy in Oregon.
He had them before the summer in a tank at school and sent them to me after school ended.The parents of the fish for sale have been very prolific and I have 2-3 month old juvis for sale.They are just starting to get spots although not clearly sexable yet.
I get $20 for shipping and $5 per fish.I can ship probably more then any one person will want in one box so they start at $30 for two and just ad $5 per juvi after that.
I will get pictures up soon and when I do these fish will be listed on Aquabid possibly for more[$7.50 each] ?
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Pictures, man!
Back in the day it seemed like swordtails were in every aquarium.
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I love sword tails. I think they should be in every tank.
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Old 11-18-2017, 11:38 AM   #4
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Pictures, man!
Back in the day it seemed like swordtails were in every aquarium.
Here we go !
This is one of the pair that the juvenile have come from.



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I love sword tails. I think they should be in every tank.
I love swordtail also. One would think with over 30 years keeping and breeding fish that I would have a 'deeper' interest. There are so many varieties and fin types that I dare say they may be the most colorful /versatile easily kept fish going.
I have so much fun today that I never even dreamed of as a child with swordtails !
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Wow, those are fantastic fish. I've never seen them before
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