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Old 02-01-2005, 12:49 AM   #151
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and about a billion Badis badis bengalensis....I'll bet Menagerie would like to know which shop...
I do want to know, but my Badis are still dieing off
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and about a billion Badis badis bengalensis....I'll bet Menagerie would like to know which shop...
I do want to know, but my Badis are still dieing off
Riverfront....and if you come with me to buy a bunch, I will make sure Wayne gives us a great deal.
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When??
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How does today or Wednesday sound?
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Ameca Splendins at picese. $1.99 for fry, $2.99 for young adults and $4.99 for full sized adults. (there is a deal for buying 3) Be forewarned, there is some tail/body deformities with them from mass production so be very selective of what you get!

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Hello!! Toirtis we need your help identifying some catfish. They aer still under QT and the staff said they were upside down catfish youngsters, but they are NOT. They are in the last aisle on the left in the bottom row about half way down.

Aside from that, they are selling used Fluvals 3 and 4 for $29.99 and used air pumps. The elite with two ports is $14.99 and the one with one port is $7.99. I am kicking myself for not buying the $9.99 protein skimmer
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Hello!! Toirtis we need your help identifying some catfish. They aer still under QT and the staff said they were upside down catfish youngsters, but they are NOT. They are in the last aisle on the left in the bottom row about half way down.
OK, on my way now to have a look.
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They are baby Synodontis eupterus.

I also spotted:

Java ferns, both regular and 'Windelov' for $2.99 each.

Eheim Pro II 2026 for $249.99 each.

Rena XP3 for $199.99 each.
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Those Synodontis eupterus are really cute as babies, but it looks like they get ugly when mature
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