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Old 03-26-2003, 06:15 PM   #1
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For Sale: Multiple tanks, fish - the whole lot!

Due to personal reasons I have to get out of my aquarium hobby for a while.

I am in Des Moines Iowa.

Here is a brief inventory of the major items. I am willing to separate.

1 * 55 Gallon Display tank
3 * 35 Gallon tanks
3 * 10 Gallon tanks
Electric Blue Cichlads (2 breeding pairs)
Yellow Cichlads (60+)
Mexican Cichlad (1 Large)
Filters for all from new to old.
Heaters.
Various Accessories.

Like I said I will separate. However you can have the lot for $500.
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Old 03-27-2003, 11:40 AM   #2
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How much for the Sciaenochromis ahli?

How old are they?
How long are they?
How long have the pair(s) been breeding together?
Tank enviorment?

Will you ship to California? Either UPS overnight or Airport works.
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Old 03-28-2003, 11:48 AM   #3
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I am not sure of their age as I myself recieved them "second hand".

I beleiv eyou are talking about the electric Blue Cichlads.

They are 6-8 inches for the males and about 4 inches for the females.

They have breed at least once in the display aquirium I have plus before I had them I know they breed multiple times.

I have no idea how to ship them by air but if you can give me hints and tips I am open to the idea.
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Old 03-28-2003, 10:22 PM   #4
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Well, just to tell you...

You need to put them in heavy bags, with lots of air. They need to be well packed, not flopping around. Put the pags and some kind of insulation in a big styrofoam tub type thing. Then put that in a box, and put LIVE FISH all over it.

That is what most online retailers do. Any other suggestions?
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email me with the lowesd youd go...how far are u from chicago...got pics???? \
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Old 04-14-2003, 03:41 PM   #7
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Your email is bouncing. Hence I put the pictures here. Or please send me an alternative email address

Download the pictures from http://www.netbloke.com/fish/fish.zip
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im downloading them as we speak...thanks....the file is too big for my email sorry...
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Still have not heard back from you.

I need to know if your still interested.

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