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cowherdfg
Aug 02, 2022
In Fish Mongers
I have fish and inverts for sale which can be delivered to the next PVAS meeting on Saturday August 6th 2022. Please order in this thread or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com Pictures of most of the fish are available at aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding. Only the ones below are available for sale. BLACK BANDED SUNFISH $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS $20.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag) $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144) $11.00EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous)(AKA BROWN BN) $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER $10.00EACH ANGELFISH HIGH-COVERAGE RED KOI $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY) $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK(BLACK CORYS) $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI $8.00EACH CORYDORAS WEITZMANI $8.00EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH $15.001M 2F EPIPLATYS ANNULATUSKILLIFISH $15.001M 2F LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade' $6.00EACH >1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni) $6.00EACH>1 INCH NEOLAMPROLOGUS PULCHER (yellow daffodil) $30.00for 6 fish OPALINE GOURAMIS $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS $6.00EACH BLUE WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR RED WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR PAINTED WAG PLATYS $5 EACH RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR PYGMY SWORDTAILS $15.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA) $5.00EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI(Coral Red Pencilfish) $10.00EACH or Coral Red Pencilfish $60.00for 7 fish EMERALD DWARF DANIOS (Danio erythromicron) $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio) $4.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS $5.00for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS $5.00for >20 snails BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP $30.00for 20 shrimp Please order in this thread or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
Jul 10, 2022
In News & Events
There were 50 entries which is half of what there were in prior years. We took a two year break because of the covid pandemic and probably this a residual effect of the pandemic. In fact a number of people who were active and entered multiple fish in the BOWL SHOW did not enter this year. Surprisingly the Schooling Fish had the most entries with 8 entries. The All Livebearers class was second with 7 entries. Also surprisingly is that the Shrimp class had only one entry seeing that everyone in the club now must have at lease one kind of shrimp. There were ten sponsors of individual classes. This money goes a long way to cover the costs of the BOWL SHOW. But the shortfall might mean changes to future BOWL SHOWS. The People's Choice Award went to a large black veiltail angelfish entered by Jeff McGary. This was voted on by all who were present at the event. The Best In Show Award went to the beautiful veiltail blue marble pearlscale angelfish entered by Jeff McGary. The judges selected this fish as the best. 1. ANGELFISH sponsored by James Chitty First place a blue marble pearlscale angelfish entered by Jeff McGary Second place a black veiltail angelfish entered by Jeff McGary Third place a Bulgarian angelfish entered by Manuel Moro 2. DWARF CICHLIDS (rams, apistos, small Africans, [max 4 inches]sponsored by Shawn Michanco First place a julidochromis marleri entered by Mark Kaprow Second place a neolamprologus caudopuncatatus entered by Manuel Moro Third place a German blue ram entered by Frank Cowherd 3. ALL OTHER CICHLIDS sponsored by Carol Cowherd First place a blue dolphin entered by Manuel Moro Second place a red checkerboard discus entered by Manuel Moro Third place a geophagus altifons entered by Frank Cowherd 4. CORY CATFISH (corys, brochis, and apistodoras …sponsored by Shawn Michanco First place a corydoras schultzei black entered by Frank Cowherd Second place a pair of corydoras rabauti entered by Michael Barber Third place -- 5. SUCKERMOUTH (ancistrus, plecos, …sponsored by Linus Chen First place an ancistrus sp. super red entered by Andrew Blumhagen Second place an ancistrus megalostomus entered by Andrew Blumhagen Third place a L128 blue phantom pleco entered by Aly Usmani 6. ALL OTHER CATFISH (synodontis, … First place a synodontis schoutedeni entered by Frank Cowherd Second place -- Third place -- 7. SHRIMP [Must have at least 3 shrimp in each entry, max 6 shrimp] [shrimp bowls can have a small piece of mesh or plant in each bowl] First place a group of tangerine Tiger shrimp entered by Karthryn Lawson Second place -- Third place -- 8. LIVEBEARERS (swords, platys, guppies, variatus) sponsored by Manuel Moro [Livebearers must be shown in pairs] First place a pair of red velvet swordtails entered by Frank Cowherd Second place a pair of dumbo-eared black Moscow guppies entered by Shadi Alhusary Third place a pair of N-class endlers entered by Skanda Abeyesekeve 9. SCHOOLING FISH (tetras, rasboras, danios, rainbows …sponsored by Patchin Curtis [Must have at least 5 fish in each entry] First place a school of longfin white clouds entered by Gerry Hoffman Second place a school of emperor tetras entered by Manuel Moro Third place a school of melon barbs entered by Skanda Abeyesekeve 10. ANABANTOIDS (bettas, gouramis …sponsored by Shawn Michanco First place a copper koi female betta entered by Barbara Day Second place a hellboy male betta entered by Barbara Day Third place -- 11. GOLDFISH AND KOI AND OTHER POND FISH sponsored by Frank Cowherd First place -- Second place -- Third place -- 12. KILLIFISH [Must be shown in pairs] First place a pair of orange australe entered by Frank Cowherd Second place a pair of fundulopanchax gardneri entered by Manuel Moro Third place -- 13. ALL OTHER FISH (natives and oddball fish …sponsored by Aquatic Life Farm, LLC First place a satinfin shiner entered by Sean Lin Second place a torpedo barb entered by Manuel Moro Third place a peacock gudgeon entered by Manuel Moro 14. ODDBALL INVERTEBRATES (crayfish, snails, etc.) First place the now famous entertaining leach entered by Gerry Hoffman Second place a Hercules snail entered by Barbara Day Third place -- Frank, PVAS BOWL SHOW chairman
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cowherdfg
Jul 08, 2022
In News & Events
This is the plan for how to set up the room for the BOWL SHOW and PICNIC. Bowl Show Schedule 12:30 - 1:00 Set-up tables 1:00 - 1:30 Register and set up tanks, check out mini-auction, view BOWL SHOW and ID the one you like the best, set out picnic food 1:30 - 2:20 Enjoy the picnic 1:00 - 3:00 Vote for People's Choice Award while judges evaluate entries 3:15 - 4:00 Mini-Auction 4:00 Winners announced 4:00 - 5:00 Mini-Auction continues until done 5:00 - 5:30 Take-down and cleanup Volunteers are welcome!
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cowherdfg
Jul 06, 2022
In News & Events
REGISTERING FOR THE BOWL SHOW July 9, 2022 Do I need to preregister? No. There is no preregistration. Just bring your fish or shrimp and register at the door. When I get to the BOWL SHOW how do I register my entries? There will be a registration table with sign up sheets where you walk in from the hall. Each class will have its own sign up sheet. So if you have a fish to be entered in CLASS 9, you look for the CLASS 9 registration sheet. Find the sheet with the correct CLASS for you entry. Just enter your name and the ID (common name or scientific name) of the entry on the next available line on the registration sheet for that class. If you have two entries in a class use two lines. How do the BOWLs get identified? Once you have signed each entry, the class number and line number for the entry serves as the entry number for the fish/bowl. Thus, an entry in class 7 on line 10 gives the entry the ID of 7-10. Using a Magic Marker write this ID (7-10) on a short piece of blue tape and place it on the bowl or aquarium. Why do we use blue tape? Blue tape will come off easily and not mar your bowl or tank or critter keeper. On which table do I put my entry? You are not done yet. Once you have registered and labeled the entry, take the bowl to the display tables and find the one that is labeled for the CLASS of your entry. Sometimes the left and right sides of the tables have different class designations. EXAMPLES of registration sheets are shown below: CLASS 10 ANABANTOIDS (betta, gouramis, etc.) ENTRY #, OWNER FISH ENTERED (scientific and or common name) 10-1 Sam Aquaman Blue gourami -- TRICHOGASTER TRICHOPTERUS 10-2 Cal Backfin Purple crown-fin betta 10-3 10-4 CLASS 3. ALL OTHER CICHLIDS ENTRY #, OWNER FISH ENTERED (scientific and/or common name) 3-1 Aqua Marine Firemouth cichlid -Thorichthys meeki 3-2 Cory Doras Parachromis managuense -- Jaguar cichlid 3-3 3-4
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cowherdfg
Jul 03, 2022
In News & Events
I can deliver to the PVAS meeting on July 9, 2022 any of the following. Please order in this tread by responding below or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com Pictures of most of the fish are available at aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding. Only the ones below are available for sale. BLACK BANDED SUNFISH $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS $20.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag) $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144) $11.00EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous)(AKA BROWN BN) $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER $10.00EACH ANGELFISH HIGH-COVERAGE RED KOI $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY) $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK(BLACK CORYS) $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI $8.00EACH CORYDORAS WEITZMANI $8.00EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH $15.001M 2F EPIPLATY ANNULATUSKILLIFISH $15.001M 2F LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade' $6.00EACH >1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni) $6.00EACH>1 INCH NEOLAMPROLOGUS PULCHER (yellow daffodil) $30.00for 6 fish OPALINE GOURAMIS $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS $6.00EACH BLUE WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR RED WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR PYGMY SWORDTAILS $15.00PAIR DUMBO-EARED FIRECRACKER GUPPIES $20.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA) $5.00EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI(Coral Red Pencilfish) $10.00EACH Coral Red Pencilfish $60.00for 7 fish EMERALD DWARF DANIOS( Danio erythromicron) $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio) $4.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS $5.00for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS $5.00for >20 snails BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP $30.00for 20 shrimp Please order in this tread by responding below or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
Jun 18, 2022
In News & Events
This years PVAS BOWL SHOW is on Saturday July 9, 2022. It is on the second Saturday of July to avoid the 4th of July weekend. I hope you bring at least one fish to the show. You will learn something about fish keeping along the way by doing so. I have been taking fish to BOWL SHOW for a very long time and have won some prizes along the way. I have lost a fish or two but not many, from the fish jumping out of the tank or my making a mistake in water quality like forgetting to add dechlorination chemicals or adding too much. Here are the six things you should know to get your fish to and from a BOWL SHOW without harm to your fish, in other words, a successful BOWL SHOW: 1. Make sure the fish you bring were living in water of the best quality you can provide. If you are doing routine weekly water changes or at least a couple times a month your are providing your fish good water that has little build up of pollutants. If you are doing so, your fish are almost certainly in good shape. If you are not, you can catch up by doing daily or every other day water changes of about 50% for a week and then once a week thereafter. If your fish are living in water with high pollutants levels because of few or infrequent water changes, they are stressed and if caught and placed in good water, the change can result in a bad result, including death or disease. 2. Most fish can simply be caught with a net and bagged or placed in good water in a five-gallon bucket for transport to the show. But if you catch a fish, particularly one with long flowing fins, in a net and it violently struggles when you remove it from the water, the net can cause fin or scale damage. The fish can still be caught in a net but does not have to be removed from the water. The fish can be transferred under water while still in the net into a plastic or glass container. Guppies, angelfish, and most other fish with long flowing fins are best captured in this manner. It is even better if you can figure out how to avoid the net altogether. If your fish does incur fin damage, MELIFIX often will help repair the split overnight. 3. I like to transport my fish to and from the show in a five-gallon bucket. They cannot jump out of a five-gallon bucket if it has only a gallon or two of water in it. Of course, for the BOWL SHOW you can transport your fish in the bowl or tank you are going to show your fish in. Just be sure to cover the bowl or tank with a towel or clear plastic cling wrap held on with a rubber band to prevent the fish from jumping in transport. Also fish are quite docile in the dark, so if you can transport the bucket, bowl or tank with a dark colored towel over it to block out the light, all the better. 4. There is no supplied air at our BOWL SHOWS. Your fish needs oxygen. Fish that breathe air like gouramis, bettas, and corydoras have no problem with this. Other fish like livebearers, tetras, barbs, and cichlids are at your mercy. So be kind and put the fish in water with the maximum surface area and shallowest water that is appropriate for the size of fish you have. Tanks are designed to have the maximum surface area no matter how deep the water is. But you do not have to fill a tank or bowl to the top. The shallower the water is the more oxygen gets to the bottom of the tank. Fish in shallow water (1 to 5 inches deep) can survive for months without aerating the water. Bowls, on the other hand have more or less surface area depending on how full of water they are. Fill them to the level that provides the maximum surface area. If that level is too shallow for your fish, please find a larger bowl. 5. BOWL SHOWS are great for beginners because all the water is usually brought from home. So there is no concern about changes in water quality as when you use the water from the BOWL SHOW location. But if you are bringing a large tank or have a spill and need more water from the site, you need to use the tap water at the site of the BOWL SHOW. It needs to be at about the right temperature, a 5-degree difference does not matter. It needs to be dechlorinated. You need to know how to dechlorinate it if the club has not provided dechlorinated water. I like to use the maximum dechlorination possible. Read the bottle, it will tell you the maximum amount to add per gallon. 6. The thing I like about the liquid dechlorinators that remove chlorine and chloramines is that they also remove ammonia. All animals produce ammonium as a byproduct of metabolism. Mammals convert this ammonia to urea to make it less toxic. Fish just release ammonia out of their gills. In an established aquarium there are bacteria and archaea on the glass, on the substrate, and on the plants that consume ammonia. In a clean bowl or bag or bucket with fresh water, there is not much bacteria or archaea, at least not enough to consume all of the ammonia. Under these conditions the chemicals in the liquid dechlorinators instantly consume the ammonia released by the fish, basically preventing levels of ammonia from rising. And at maximum dosage of liquid dechlorinators this benefit should last for days, even though the BOWL SHOW last for less than a day. I ship fish with this max level of dechlorination chemical, and they are mostly good for 3 days, sometimes longer depending on the number of fish in the bag. Here’s wishing you a successful BOWL SHOW. Questions are welcome. Just respond below, and I will try to answer. Frank Cowherd, BOWL SHOW chairperson.
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cowherdfg
Jun 14, 2022
In News & Events
Prizes for the Saturday July 9, 2022 BOWL SHOW will be as follows including a ribbon you can display on your tank or wall: There are 14 classes in which you can win prizes for you entries. So there are 14 first place, 14, second place and 14 third place awards. Awards for First place in each class: $20 plus ribbon Awards for Second place in each class: $10 plus ribbon Awards for Third place in each class: $5 plus ribbon Best in Show $50 plus ribbon People’s Choice: $50 plus ribbon (all present get to vote on this) SPONSORS WANTED To sponsor any class or classes or BEST IN SHOW or PEOPLE’S CHOICE awards, please go to PayPal and send your supporting money to pvastreasurer@gmail.com [This is the new email that is replacing the one which was not working.] PLEASE indicate with your payment what you are sponsoring. Sponsors will be acknowledged at the awards ceremony and in write-ups of the result on the PVAS forum. The main reason to sponsor these awards is to support PVAS and make it so we can continue to have these types of awards for the BOWL SHOWS. Sponsorships for a single class is $40.00. PayPal allows you to write a note with you payment. Please specify class or classes. Classes already sponsored will be posted in immediately on the post presenting the 14 classes: https://www.pvas.com/forum/news-events/bowl-show-announcement Sponsorships for Best in Show and People’s Choice awards are $50 each. LINK to post on CLASSES: https://www.pvas.com/forum/news-events/bowl-show-announcement To see which classes and awards have already been sponsored go to: https://www.pvas.com/forum/news-events/bowl-show-announcement-14-classes-plus-who-is-sponsoring-what Frank Cowherd, BOWL SHOW chairperson
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cowherdfg
Jun 13, 2022
In News & Events
1 – only one fish per bowl unless the class requires or allows more. 2 – bowl must have at least one flat side so judges can see unobstructed view of fish 3 – no decorations are allowed inside or outside of the bowl unless it is a shrimp bowl 4 - no painted sides or bottom – hey – only a bare bowl is acceptable 5 - a bowl is defined as a regular all-glass fish bowl or any normal glass or acrylic aquarium 6 – lights and heaters are not allowed. This is why the BOWL SHOW is in July. 7 – no air will be provided – there are only a few outlets in the room—if you must have air for your fish, you must provide the equipment including extension cords. But you should not need it. You can maximize the oxygen getting to your fish if the water is clean, the surface area is the max it can be, and the water depth is low but still allows the fish to swim normally. 8 – You can provide a cover if you want. PVAS will supply plastic cling wrap to cover the bowls or aquariums. 9 – Decisions of the Judge(s) are final. 10 – Judge(s) can combine classes if there are not sufficient entrants in a class or classes. Basically if there is only one or two entries in a class, they will be moved to another class at the judge’s discretion. If you do not have a small aquarium to display your fish in, PVAS will loan you a small plastic aquarium. There will be a limited number available (around 50) on the day of the BOWL SHOW. The only cost is that the aquariums be returned clean and dry to the box you got it from. Towels will be provided so you can do this easily. Frank Cowherd BOWL SHOW Chairperson 2011
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cowherdfg
Jun 10, 2022
In News & Events
We now have 6 sponsors who sponsoring the classes indicated below!!!!! Finally we are going to have a BOWL SHOW again. I love to see the large variety of fish shown. Many of them are mature fish, not the young ones sold in the fish stores, so you will see most of the fish all grown up. If you want or can sponsor a BOWL SHOW Class or Award, please do so. Go to https://www.pvas.com/forum/news-events/bowl-show-awards-for-2022-call-for-sponsors for information on how much and how to do it. I hope you can bring at least one fish to the BOWL SHOW so you will the full experience of the show. Learning to successfully show fish can help you to become a better aquarium hobbyist. In other post which I will make in the next week or so, I will provide information about how to prepare your fish for the show and how to transport the fish. I will also post about registration: no preregistration required. So you can think about what fish and/or invertebrates to enter, here are the CLASSES for the PVAS 2022 BOWL SHOW: 1. ANGELFISH sponsored by James Chitty 2. DWARF CICHLIDS (rams, apistos, small Africans, [max 4 inches] 3. ALL OTHER CICHLIDS sponsored by Carol Cowherd 4. CORY CATFISH (corys, brochis, and apistodoras … 5. SUCKERMOUTH (ancistrus, plecos, …sponsored by Linus Chen 6. ALL OTHER CATFISH (synodontis, … 7. SHRIMP [Must have at least 3 shrimp in each entry, max 6 shrimp] [shrimp bowls can have a small piece of mesh or plant in each bowl] 8. LIVEBEARERS (swords, platys, guppies, variatus) sponsored by Manuel Moro [Livebearers must be shown in pairs] 9. SCHOOLING FISH (tetras, rasboras, danios, rainbows …sponsored by Patchin Curtis [Must have at least 5 fish in each entry] 10. ANABANTOIDS (bettas, gouramis …sponsored by Shawn Michanco 11. GOLDFISH AND KOI AND OTHER POND FISH sponsored by Frank Cowherd 12. KILLIFISH [Must be shown in pairs] 13. ALL OTHER FISH (natives and oddball fish …sponsored by Aquatic Life Farm, LLC 14. ODDBALL INVERTEBRATES (crayfish, snails, etc.) Frank, PVAS BOWL SHOW chairman
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cowherdfg
May 30, 2022
In Fish Mongers
Daphnia and other cultures plus tank raised fish for sale which I can delivered to the PVAS meeting on Saturday June 4th. REMEMBER THIS MEETING STARTS AN HOUR EARLIER THAN NORMAL Please respond in this thread below or contact me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com You can find pictures of most of these at aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding. Only the ones below are available for sale. BLACK BANDED SUNFISH $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS $22.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag) $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144)(ask if you want pairs) $11.00EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous) (AKA BROWN BN) $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS (ask if you want pairs) $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE PEARLSCALE $10.00EACH ANGELFISH HIGH-COVERAGE RED KOI $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY) $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK(BLACK CORYS) $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI $8.00EACH CORYDORAS WEITZMANI (two saddle cory) $7.00EACH' ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH $10.00PAIR LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade' $6.00EACH>1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni) $6.00EACH>1 INCH OPALINE GOURAMIS (ask if want pair) $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS (ask if want pair) $6.00EACH BLUE WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR RED WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR ALBINO RED DELTA TAIL GUPPIES $15.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA) $5.00EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI(Coral Red Pencilfish) $10.00EACH EMERALD DWARF DANIOS (Danio erythromicron) $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio) $4.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS $5.00for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS $5.00for >20 snails BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP(minimum order is 20 shrimp) $1.50EACH Please respond in this thread below or contact me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
May 22, 2022
In News & Events
June 11, 2022 is the rescheduled date for the April 9th postponed event. There are still spaces available. Go to https://www.capitalcichlids.org/forums/threads/cca-april-9-2022-outdoor-fish-swap.44164/ Should be good weather. the average high temperature for June 11th is 81F. CCA June FISH SWAP - June 11th from 11-3 pm This is an opportunity to sell from your car! We secured an outdoor parking lot at Gili's Automotive at 12410 Washington Ave, Rockville, MD 20852. We can host at least 20 spaces. These spaces are $15.00 for Paid Members or $25.00 for Non-Paid Members. If you want two spaces, please request 2 spaces and you will be billed for the rate times 2. We will stop at 20 spaces. To reserve a space please Go to https://www.capitalcichlids.org/forums/threads/cca-april-9-2022-outdoor-fish-swap.44164/ We will then send you payment link. IF you already reserved a space for April - YOU automatically have a spot for June. You can set up starting at 10:00 am. Only vehicles allowed in parking lot are the seller's. All others must park on streets and walk in. Vendors bring your own tables or sell out of your trunk CCA will have a table space that you can renew your membership. **Note: Current Covid Protocols will be enforced. Currently MASKS are not mandated but if you need to wear a mask, please do so. Google Map for location We cannot put signs around town, so use the google link to direct you.
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cowherdfg
May 01, 2022
In Fish Mongers
Daphnia and fish for sale for delivery to the PVAS meeting on Saturday May 7th. Please respond in this thread or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com You can find pictures of most of these at aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding. Only the ones below are available for sale. BLACK BANDED SUNFISH $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS (SALE:two pairs for $30) $20.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag) $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX For the following fish ask if you want pairs... YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144) $11.00EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous) (AKA BROWN BN) $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER (HALF DOLLAR SIZE) $10.00EACH ANGELFISH HIGH-COVERAGE RED KOI $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY) $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK (BLACK CORYS) $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI $8.00EACH CORYDORAS TRILINEATUS (Leopard cory) $7.00EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH (SALE: trios for $12) $10.00PAIR EPIPLATY ANNULATUS (ROCKET KILLIE) $15.00 1M 2FSOLD out until some grow up ALBINO EUREKA RED PEACOCK(A. JACOBFREIBERGI) ADULTS $10.00EACH LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI 'blue marmalade' $6.00EACH >1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni) $6.00EACH>1 INCH NEOLAMPROLOGUS PULCHER (Yellow daffodil cichlid) 6 young for $25 OPALINE GOURAMIS (ask if want pair) $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS (ask if want pair) $6.00EACH BLACK VELVET SWORDTAILS $15.00PAIR BLUE WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR REDWAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR BLACK VELVET SWORDTAILS $15.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA PARVA (Red orange rainbowfish) $10.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA) $5.00EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI (Coral Red Pencilfish) $10.00EACH EMERALD DWARF DANIOS (Danio erythromicron) $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio) $2.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS $5.00for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS $5.00for >20 snails BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP (minimum order is 20 shrimp) $1.50EACH Please respond in this thread or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
Apr 01, 2022
In News & Events
CCA TAILGATING EVENT April 9th from 11-3 pm CCA is offering its members an opportunity to sell from their car! We secured an outdoor parking lot space at Gilis Automotive at 12410 Washington Ave, Rockville, MD 20852. (Same place as last time.)We can host at least 20 spaces for members. These spaces are $15.00 for Paid Members or $25.00 for Non-Paid Members. If you want two spaces, please request 2 spaces and you will be billed for the rate times 2. We will stop at 20 spaces. To reserve a space please go to this link: https://www.capitalcichlids.org/forums/threads/cca-april-9-2022-outdoor-fish-swap.44164/ We will reply to you that you are confirmed. We will then send you payment link in a private thread. We will allow people to set up starting at 10:00 am. Only vehicles allowed in parking lot are the vendors. All others must park on streets and walk in. Vendors bring your own tables or sell out of your trunk! We will only have outdoor access but vendors will be allowed to use the bathrooms. Make sure that you can access your own payment methods. There will be no Wi-Fi access. CCA will have a table space that you can renew your membership. **Note: Current Covid Protocols will be enforced. Currently MASKS are not mandated but if you need to wear a mask, please do so. Google Map for location: https://goo.gl/maps/qrvjAKQTiajrX4CZA
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cowherdfg
Mar 06, 2022
In News & Events
CCA IS BACK!!!! MARCH 12, 2022 – IN-PERSON Meeting @ 12:30 pm – 4 pm @ Glenallan Elementary School – 12520 Heurich Road, Silver Spring, MD 20902 Talk by Kevin@TUIC will begin at 1:15 pm. This elementary school is about two blocks west of the usual CCA meeting location on Randolph Road. CCA will be back at the usual location: R F Kennedy HS in May. In April CCA will have a tail-gating event, details later. The owner of TANGLED UP IN CICHLIDS (TUIC) Kevin will be the speaker. Tangled Up in Cichlids is an internet-based tropical freshwater fish import/export company that has been in operation since 1995. TUIC specializes in New World Cichlids, as well as Characins, catfish, plecos, and other rare and unusual species from around the globe. Kevin has been in the aquarium hobby for 35 years most of which was as a private hobbyist and breeder until taking on the role of owner/operator of TUIC in 2019. TUIC continually offers a unique and widely diverse weekly updated stock list that is available to the public online via the internet, that rivals or surpasses most private and open-to-public retail establishments in the US. Website: https://www.tangledupincichlids.com/ Group buy from TUIC The group buy is offered until March 9th. Go to the CCA website for details. https://www.capitalcichlids.org/forums/threads/tangled-up-in-cichlids-group-buy-for-3-12-2022.43983/ Kevin will need the final orders by midnight on the 9th so that he can prepare them to get packed to bring with him. Paid CCA members can get 15% off and free shipping. Orders must be picked up at this CCA meeting. Mini Auction – Go to mygroupauctions.com to enter your items. You must be a CCA member to sell at the CCA mini-auctions. Need to re-up your CCA membership? Do it online on the CCA forum with PayPal or at the club meeting in person.
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cowherdfg
Feb 28, 2022
In Fish Mongers
Here is a list of what is available and which can be delivered to the PVAS meeting this Saturday March 5th, 2022. Please order by responding below or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com You can find pictures of most of these at aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding. Only the ones below are available for sale. BLACK BANDED SUNFISH. $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS. (SALE:two pairs for $30). $20.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag). $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX. $5.00BOX FREE STARTER MICROWORM (a tablespoon of a going culture) TO ANY PVAS MEMBER. ASK FOR the microworm starter. VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX. $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144). $11.00EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous) (AKA BROWN BN). $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS (adults) (ask if you want pairs). $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER (HALF DOLLAR SIZE). $10.00EACH ANGELFISH HIGH-COVERAGE RED KOI. $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY) $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY). $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS. $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY). $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA. $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS. $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK (BLACK CORYS). $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI. $8.00EACH CORYDORAS TRILINEATUS (Leopard cory). $7.00EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH. (SALE: trios for $12). $10.00PAIR ALBINO EUREKA RED PEACOCK (A. JACOBFREIBERGI) ADULTS. $10.00EACH LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade'. $6.00EACH >1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni). $6.00EACH>1 INCH OPALINE GOURAMIS (ask if want pair). $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS (ask if want pair). $6.00EACH BLUE WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR PAINTED WAG PLATYS $5.00MALES ONLY RED WAG PLATYS. $10.00PAIR RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA PARVA (Red orange rainbowfish). $10.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA RUBRIVTTATA (Wapoga red laser rainbowfish). $15.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA) (SALE: 7 for $30). $5.00EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI (Coral Red Pencilfish). (SALE: 7 FOR $60). $10.00EACH EMERALD DWARF DANIOS. (Danio erythromicron). $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio). $2.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS. $5.00for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS $5.00for >20 snails BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP (minimum order is 20 shrimp). $1.50EACH Please order by responding below or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
Feb 11, 2022
In News & Events
CAPITOL CICHLID ASSOCIATION (CCA) announces upcoming zoom and in-person events 2022 Capital Cichlid Association Monthly Meetings/Fish Swaps are back! SAVE THE DATES!! February ZOOM Virtual Meeting – February 12th @ 1 pm Have you ever dreamed about creating a fish room? Open Fish Talk with Greg O’Neil. Hear how he moved 16 tanks from his townhouse and moved across states to a NEW larger fish room, that he built from scratch. See how he did it, learn how he set up the filtration, air supply, what he used for building the rack walls and more! **This is a closed ZOOM meeting invite. We don’t want to have hackers join us again. So, if you want to attend, please go to the link: https://www.capitalcichlids.org/forums/threads/february-2022-virtual-meeting.43828/#post-298450 and then message us per the instructions. You will be given a link to join the zoom. MARCH 12, 2022 – IN-PERSON Meeting @1 pm We are securing a speaker; There will also be a group buy and a mini auction. Details are coming soon. APRIL 9th, 2022 – OUTDOOR Fish Swap – Time TBD – Location Rockville Info on tables and group buys to follow. Location will the same as the last Fish Swap: Gilis Automotive at 12410 Washington Ave, Rockville, MD 20852. MAY 14th, 2022 – IN-PERSON Meeting @ 1 pm We are securing a speaker; There will also be a group buy and a mini auction. Details are coming soon.
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cowherdfg
Jan 31, 2022
In Fish Mongers
Daphnia, microworms, vinegar eels and tank-raised fish available for delivery to the PVAS meeting on Saturday February 5, 2022. Please order by responding below or email your order or questions to aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com You can find pictures of most of these at aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding. Only the ones below are available for sale. BLACK BANDED SUNFISH $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS $20.00PAIR but for Feb. they are on sale: $15 a pair. DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag) $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX but a MICROWORM starter is available for free to any member of PVAS, just say you want the starter microworm. The starter is a tablespoon of an existing culture. VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144) $11.00EACH (only have males available) YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous)(AKA BROWN BN) $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS (adults) (ask if you want pairs) $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER (HALF DOLLAR SIZE) $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY) $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY) $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK(BLACK CORYS) $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI $8.00EACH CORYDORAS TRILINEATUS (Leopard cory) $7.00EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH $10.00PAIR $12.00 TRIO (1M 2F) ALBINO EUREKA RED PEACOCK(A. JACOBFREIBERGI) $10.00EACH LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade' $6.00EACH >1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni ) $6.00EACH>1 INCH OPALINE GOURAMIS (ask if want pair) $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS (ask if want pair) $6.00EACH ALBINO RED DELTA-TAIL GUPPIES $15.00PAIR $25 for 2 PAIRS BLACK VELVET SWORDTAILS $15.00PAIR BLUE WAG PLATYS$10.00PAIRGOLD WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR PYGMY SWORDTAILS (Xiphophorus pygmaeus) $15.00PAIR $25 for 2 PAIRS RED WAG PLATYS $10.00PAIR $15 for 2 PAIRS RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA RUBRIVTTATA (Wapoga red laser rainbowfish) $15.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA) $5.00EACH or 6 for $25 NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI(Coral Red Pencilfish) $10.00EACH or 7 for $60 EMERALD DWARF DANIOS (Danio erythromicron) $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio) $2.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS $5.00 for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS $5.00 for >20 snails JAVA MOSS $10.00FOR A 3" BALL JAVA FERN(minimum of four 8 to 10 inch leaves) $8.00EACH RED CHERRY SHRIMP(minimum order is 20 shrimp) $1.00EACH BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP(minimum order is 20 shrimp) $1.50EACH Please order by responding below or email your order or questions to aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
Oct 29, 2021
In Fish Mongers
You can find pictures of most of these at: aquaticlifefarm.com The website lists all the fish we are breeding or trying to breed. Only the ones below are available for sale. Please order by responding in this thread or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com BLACK BANDED SUNFISH(3 FISH FOR $25). $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS( 2 pairs for $30). $20.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag). $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX. $5.00BOX VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX. $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144). $11.00EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous)(AKA BROWN BN). $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS (adults) (ask if you want pairs). $7.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER (half-dollar size or larger). $10.00EACH BUY 5 CORYS AND GET THE SIXTH ONE FREE BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY). $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY). $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS. $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY). $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA. $6.00EACH CORYDORAS PYGMAEUS. $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK(BLACK CORYS). $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI. $8.00EACH CORYDORAS TRILINEATUS (Leopard cory). $7.00EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH(3 pairs for $25). $10.00PAIR ALBINO EUREKA RED PEACOCK(A. JACOBFREIBERGI). $10.00EACH LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade'. $6.00EACH >1 INCH Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni). $6.00EACH>1 INCH OPALINE GOURAMIS (ask if want pair). $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS (ask if want pair). $6.00EACH ALBINO RED DELTA-TAIL GUPPIES. $15.00PAIR BLACK VELVET SWORDTAILS. $15.00PAIR BLUE WAG PLATYS$10.00PAIRGOLD WAG PLATYS. $10.00PAIR PYGMY SWORDTAILS (Xiphophorus pygmaeus). $15.00PAIR REDWAG PLATYS. $10.00PAIR RED VELVET SWORDTAILS $10.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA PARVA (Red orange rainbowfish). $10.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA RUBRIVTTATA (Wapoga red laser rainbowfish). $15.00PAIR PSEUDOMUGIL GERTRUDAE (Spotted blue-eyed rainbowfish). $15.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA)(6 FOR $25). $5.00EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI(Coral Red Pencilfish) (7 fish for $60). $10.00EACH CELESTRIAL PEARL DANIOS (CPDs). $10.00EACH EMERALDDWARF DANIOS(Danio erythromicron). $8.00EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIOS (Danio rerio). $2.00EACH RED RAMSHORN SNAILS. $5.00for >15 snails MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS. $5.00for >20 snails JAVA MOSS$10.00FOR A 3" BALL JAVA FERN (minimum of four 4 inch or longer leaves)$8.00EACH RED CHERRY SHRIMP $1.00EACH BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP. $1.50EACH Please order by responding in this thread or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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cowherdfg
Sep 18, 2021
In News & Events
Capital Cichlid Association (CCA) will hold a tailgating sale at at Gilis Automotive at 12410 Washington Ave, Rockville, MD 20852 on Saturday October 9, 2021 from 11 until 4. If you want to sell at this event, please go to the CCA forum and sign up. There is a limit of 20 vendors. Here is the link: https://www.capitalcichlids.org Everyone is invited to come to see what is being sold and to buy. Most vendors will be selling out of their cars or trucks. Vendors should plan on setting up about an hour prior to 11 AM on Oct 9th.
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cowherdfg
Aug 22, 2021
In Fish Mongers
PVAS is planning its first in-person meeting for Saturday September 4, 2021. I will bring whatever you order to this meeting. TO ORDER leave a response below or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com You can find pictures of most of these at aquaticlifefarm.com BLACK BANDED SUNFISH (over 1 inch). $10.00EACH GERMAN BLUE RAMS (6 young unsexed for $30) $22.00PAIR DAPHNIA MAGNA (over 1000 daphnia per bag). $5.00BAG MICROWORM CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX. $5.00BOX VINEGAR EEL CULTURE IN A PLASTIC BOX. $5.00BOX YELLOW BLUE-EYED ANCISTRUS (AKA L-144). $11.00 EACH YELLOW SPOT ANCISTRUS (ANCISTRUS cf_cirrhous) $7.00EACH ALBINO ANCISTRUS (adults) (ask if you want pairs). $7.00EACH ANGELFISH HIGH COVERAGE RED KOI (Adults). $12.00EACH ANGELFISH BLUE SILVER (QUARTER SIZE). $10.00EACH BROCHIS SPLENDENS (EMERALD GREEN CORY). $6.00EACH CORYDORAS AENEUS (BRONZE CORY). $5.00EACH CORYDORAS OIAPOQUENSIS. $8.00EACH CORYDORAS PALEATUS (PEPPER CORY). $5.00EACH CORYDORAS PANDA. $6.00EACH CORYDORAS SCHULTZEI BLACK(BLACK CORYS). $10.00EACH CORYDORAS STERBAI. $8.00EACH CORYDORAS TRILINEATUS (Leopard cory). $7.00EACH CORYDORAS GOLD LASER. $12.00 EACH ORANGE AUSTRALE KILLIFISH. $10.00PAIR Pseudotropheus demasoni (Chindongo demasoni). $6.00EACH>1 INCH ALBINO EUREKA RED PEACOCK (A. JACOBFREIBERGI). $20.00PAIR or for 2 males LABEOTROPHEUS FUELLEBORNI'blue marmalade'. $6.00EACH >1 INCH OPALINE GOURAMIS (ask if want pair). $5.00EACH PEARL GOURAMIS (ask if want pair). $6.00EACH BLACK VELVET SWORDTAILS. $15.00PAIR BLUE WAG PLATYS. $10.00PAIR RED WAG PLATYS. $5.00 EACH GOLD WAG PLATYS $5.00 EACH RED VELVET SWORDTAILS. $10.00PAIR RED VELVET VARIATUS. $10.00PAIR ALBINO RED DELTA-TAIL GUPPIES. $15.00PAIR PYGMY SWORDTAILS (Xiphophorus pygmaeus) $15.00PAIR PSEUDOMUGIL GERTRUDAE (Spotted blue-eyed rainbowfish). $15.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA PARVA (Red orange rainbowfish) $10.00PAIR MELANOTAENIA RUBRIVTTATA (Wapoga red laser rainbowfish) $10.00PAIR Trigonostigma espei (LAMBCHOP RASBORA). $5.00 EACH LONGFIN ZEBRA DANIO (Danio rerio). $2.00 EACH NANNOSTOMUS MORTENTHALERI - Coral Red Pencilfish RIO NANAY $10.00EACH or 7 for $60.00 RED CHERRY SHRIMP. are a dollar each but minimum order is $20 or 20 shrimp BLUE CHERRY SHRIMP are a dollar and 50 cents each but minimum order is $21 or 14 shrimp RED RAMSHORN SNAILS $5.00. for >15 MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS. $5.00 for >20 JAVA MOSS. $10.00 for a 3" BALL ANUBIAS BARTERI (large). $12.00 EACH I will bring whatever you order to this meeting. TO ORDER leave a response below or email me at aquaticlifefarm@gmail.com
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