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Old 12-31-2013, 02:05 AM   #1
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Endler Breeding colony-Fill your 10gal

If you're looking to fill a ten gallon tank with fish here is a great opportunity. These are package deals shipped:

Two trios of Endlers, plus one scoop of fry (6-10)and two ramshorn snails. $32.00

Two trios Least Killies (Females ready to drop fry) and two ramshorn snails. $28

One trio Endlers, at least six Endler fry, one trio of Least Killies and two ramshorn snails. $35

Color Display: Six male Endlers, scoop of fry, one pair Least Killies and two ramshorn snails. (Additional males Endlers available at $2 ea.) $35

Larger groups of male Endlers for display tanks available.

Duckweed -Enough to cover 2/3 a 10gal tank $6

Duckweed upon request at no charge with purchase of fish. Endlers and Least Killies will not hybredtize-cross breeding- when kept together. Any of the above package deals will result in enough fish to completely fill a 10gal tank in less than 60 days. All prices include shipping with a styro lined box and heatpack.
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Old 12-31-2013, 04:24 AM   #2
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Hmm, how tempting... I will have a new cycled filter up fairly soon.... Would be good fish for my eco system project.
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Old 01-07-2014, 11:32 AM   #3
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Endlers / Least Killies

The sort answer to your question is yes. Both these types of fish are self sustaining populations. They have a rather small bio-load and will eat green algea if you have it. I use these two types of fish as a source of natural live food in rearing tanks for larger fish. Given a reasonable set up they continue to self sustain even with my small S.A. Cichlids.
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Are these still available ?
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Old 01-09-2014, 02:23 AM   #5
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Endlers and Least Killies

Yes all still available. I have also found a much better deal on shipping that should bring totals down about $5. If you want to construct your own package I am game.
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If this is still available, please let me know...Am interested with the color display package. I have a 20g long that i need to fill in. And I hope the shipping is less. Am on a budget and I need lots of duckweed to cover the same size tank...hope we can work something out.

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Endler and Last Killies

Hi, sorry for te delay. Yes tey are still available. Just p.m. me if you are still interested.

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