Assorted Fish And Plants Want To Sell 

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Listed will be plants and fish I have for sale. Shipping is normally done Mon-Wed during the week to prevent weekend holds. Shipping should cost between $7 and $16 via USPS, I will quote you a price, if it is over that quote I cover it. Heat packs cost $2 each and are require for any fish being shipped during winter months. Cold packs are 1.50$ each and will be used with high heat weather with any fish (90+).

I do not ship during late November to early January (fish/inverts): early December to early January (non-animals) as holidays make shipping difficult and winter temperatures/possible delays make it dangerous for fish.


Plants:
Subwassertang - 3.50$ per golf ball (one available)
Java moss - 3$ per golfball (Unavailable)
Marimo Moss Ball (2") - 1.75$ each (one available)
Marimo Moss Ball (1") - 1$ each (one available)

Anubias Nana Petite - 3$ (Three available)
Anubias Minima Sm - 2.50$ (One available)
Anubias Pinto Sm (appears completely green) - 7$ each (unavailable)
Assorted Sm Anubias - 3$ each
Anubias Large - 12$ (5-6" rhizome)

Bucephalandra sp "Brownie Ghost" - 3$ each (Two available)

Large Java Fern - 1.75$ per single plant (5"+, unavailable)
Small Java Fern - 1.25$ per single plant (2"+, two available)
Windelov/Crested Java Fern - 1.75$ (medium 3"+, two available)
African Water Fern - 1.50$ each (one available, small)
Narrow Leaf Java Fern - 1.25$ each (3-4", single plants, two available)

Dwarf Lily Plant - 1$ each (will have good roots, one available)
Pond Lily Plant - 1.50$ each (couple available)
Assorted Sprouted Aponogeton Bulbs - 2$ each

S-M Amazon Sword (5-6") - 4$ (one available)

Frogbit (sm 1-2") - $.75 each (low amount available)

Plant Packs:
Reds Pack - 3 Stems Rotala H'ra (3-4"), 2 stems Rotala Rotudifolia (4"), 2 stems Rotala Wallichii (4"), and 1 Rooted Dwarf Lily Plant (or rooted Tiger Lotus Plant) 19$ shipped (two available)

Green Low Light Pack #2 - 2 sm Java Fern, 1 L Trident Java Fern, 1 Narrow Leaf Java Fern, 1 Sprouted Aponogeton Bulb, 1 Subwassertang golf ball (1oz) 19$ shipped (one available)

Red and Green Pack - 3 stems Rotala H'ra, 1 Subwassertang golf ball (1oz), 1 Whale tail Java Fern, 1 Rooted Dwarf Lily or Tiger Lotus plant, 1 med anubias assorted 22$ shipped (one available)

Fish:
Japan Blue Endler Pair - 12$ (1 male, 1 pre-hit female, unavailable)
Japan Blue Endler Male - 5$ (unavailable)
Golden Japan Blue Endler Pair - 18$ (Unavailable currently)

Female Guppy - 2.50$ each (both half black leopard edges in the fins)

Rabauti Cory - 2.50$ each (Two Available)
Metae Cory - 2.50$ (One Available)

Albino Bristlenose - 2$ (1.25", Unavailable)
Long Fin Albino Bristlenose - 4$ (Unavailable, 1.25")
Small Brown Male Bristlenose (recessive red marble, 2") - 5$ (one available)

Albino Glowlight Tetra (1") - 1.75$ each (Six available)
Neon Tetra (3/4-1") - 1.25$ each (12 available, pending)
Congo Tetra (1-1.5") - 4$ each (under QT, will be available shortly)
Ember Tetra (3/4") - 1.50$ each (QT, coming soon)

Pearlscale Koi Angelfish (2.5") - 18$ (25% orange coverage, clean markings)

Inverts:
Golden Rabbit Snail - 4$ each (Unsexed, one available under 1")
Yellow Rabbit Snail - 3$ (unsexed, one available)

Assassin Snails - 2.75$ each (One available)

Cherry Neo Shrimp - 2.50$ each (Unavailable)
Blue Neo Shrimp - 4.50$ each (Unavailable)
Orange/Yellow Neo Shrimp - coming soon
Snowball Neo Shrimp - coming soon

MTS Snails - Free, up to 30 snails.
Ramshorn Snails - .10$ each
Pond/Bladder Snails - Up to 30 snails


Decorations:
River Rock - 1.50$ each (2 available)
Seiryu Stone - 4$ per lb (5 S-M pieces available)
Dragon Stone - 4$ per lb (5 pieces available)

Mopani Driftwood (SS) - 2.25$ each (four available)
Mopani Driftwood (S) - 3$ each (several available)
Mopani Driftwood (M) - 5$ (one available, presoaked)
Mopani Driftwood (Long) - 12$ (Two available)
Spiderwood (XL) - 18$ (Two available, will fit in a twenty gallon)
Spiderwood (M) - 9$ each (two available, suitable for a ten or twenty gallon)
Spiderwood (Sm) - 6$ each (can fit in 5.5, will fit 10 gallon, two available)
Malasian Driftwood (L) - 10$ each (One available)
Malasian Driftwood (M) - 8$ (One available)
Cholla Wood (5"+)- 2$ each
Cholla Wood (<5") - 1.50$ each

Large Ceramic Cichlid Cave (5-7") - 4.50$ (one available)
Smaller Ceramic Cichlid Cave (2-4") - 3$ (one available)
Large Terracotta Pleco Tube (3" opening, 12" long) - 8$

Filtration:
Unopened Hosing and Attachments for Fluval 306/406 Filter - 8$
Fluval 306/406 Baskets (3) - 8$


Miscellaneous:
Fluval Aquasky LED 24-36" Light (New in box) - 65$

Tank For Sale:
75 gallon, has stand, lids, light, and canister filter - 250$
46 gallon Bowfront, stand, lid, light, filter(s) - 180$
2.5 gallon, has lid, light, sponge filter with air pump - 28$

Adoption Only:
Black Neon Tetras (2) - 2$


*Notice: My tanks do have pest snails, I remove any and all snails/eggs that I am able to find but to be safe do a salt or bleach dip to remove any other sneakers.*
 

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Do you have pictures and measurements of the driftwood? Interested in the large pieces, maybe medium, depending on their shapes and sizes. Thanks

Edit: Also possibly the tree on dragon stone. And maybe dragonstone if the current order I have in doesn't go through....they haven't gotten back to me since I paid, lol.
 

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Can you send me photos of all the bettas?
 

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are emerald eye raspboras compatible with regular raspboras? Also I'm interested in your Nerite snails. What are the sizes on the Large driftwood in inches? and the spiderwood? I could use several larger sized pieces for my 55gs, and maybe even a small one for my 10 gallon.
 
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Elle2128 said:
Do you have pictures and measurements of the driftwood? Interested in the large pieces, maybe medium, depending on their shapes and sizes. Thanks

Edit: Also possibly the tree on dragon stone. And maybe dragonstone if the current order I have in doesn't go through....they haven't gotten back to me since I paid, lol.
Which types are you looking at? I have pictures of the small mopani, the xl spiderwoods, manzanita, and can get pictures of the malasian and others. I will have to have a short period to finish the geode tree and a 24hr time for it to completely set so that nothing would move during shipping.

e_watson09 said:
Can you send me photos of all the bettas?
I can get you shots of the ones available in the morning, right now they are all currently sleeping.

ShamFish97 said:
are emerald eye raspboras compatible with regular raspboras? Also I'm interested in your Nerite snails. What are the sizes on the Large driftwood in inches? and the spiderwood? I could use several larger sized pieces for my 55gs, and maybe even a small one for my 10 gallon.
The emerald eye are docile, but would do better with more of their own type (i have tried several times to up their schooling numbers but it has always cut back to just these two, which look to be females). However they have had no issue with cory cats, albino glowlight tetras, or even bettas.
The XL spiderwood are around 12+, i have pictures of them I will upload (I have two of the XL pieces right now). If you are interested in larger pieces I also have a couple lake driftwood that i would have to measure and get pictures of. How many of the nerites are you looking for? (Assorted or olive?)

Pictures are of the two XL spiderwood and one of the large manzanita.
 

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Mcasella said:
Which types are you looking at? I have pictures of the small mopani, the xl spiderwoods, manzanita, and can get pictures of the malasian and others. I will have to have a short period to finish the geode tree and a 24hr time for it to completely set so that nothing would move during shipping.

I can get you shots of the ones available in the morning, right now they are all currently sleeping.


The emerald eye are docile, but would do better with more of their own type (i have tried several times to up their schooling numbers but it has always cut back to just these two, which look to be females). However they have had no issue with cory cats, albino glowlight tetras, or even bettas.
The XL spiderwood are around 12+, i have pictures of them I will upload (I have two of the XL pieces right now). If you are interested in larger pieces I also have a couple lake driftwood that i would have to measure and get pictures of. How many of the nerites are you looking for? (Assorted or olive?)

Pictures are of the two XL spiderwood and one of the large manzanita.
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I cannot see the pictures right now because of an issue with the forums displaying them. However, I will most likely be interested in the driftwood as my tanks all need some. I have 2 55s, and a 75. I'd like to add quite a few nerites to one of my 55s, preferably the one I currently have nearly 100 molly fry in. I'm not really sure how many a good amount would be for a 55, and I'm interested in a mixture. There's two albino plecos in there, and if they aren't compatible with snails they can always be moved.
 
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Pictures of the bettas (except the mini, will have to get them out to get clear shots of them). The lighting caused the yellow male to look orange.
 

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Ile take all 5 pygmy cories and 4 ember tetra, shipped to 20747
 

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Interested in a pic of the blue and yellow mini betta.... and now I go research mini bettas...

jennalynnj said:
Interested in a pic of the blue and yellow mini betta.... and now I go research mini bettas...
I misread, or remembered wrong what the post said, I apologize. What color is the "mini" male betta?
 

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Hi, whats left?
 
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jennalynnj said:
I misread, or remembered wrong what the post said, I apologize. What color is the "mini" male betta?
He is a cambodian, cellophane body with red fins. His beard is also red.

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Hi, whats left?
What is currently listed is what is available, this is first come for the most part.
 

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Cool. I will show my daughter some example pics on google. She is pretty set on a blue betta, but maybe I can convince her. I actually think a mini would be great in our little 5 gallon.
 

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Have a picture of the brownie ghost and long and wavy on drift wood? Please and thank you.
 

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Are the 5 Olive nerite snails still available? I would love them for my goldfish tank.
 

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Hey, I sent you a PM on Thursday, I know photos have been having issues, are PM's down too?
 
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jennalynnj said:
Cool. I will show my daughter some example pics on google. She is pretty set on a blue betta, but maybe I can convince her. I actually think a mini would be great in our little 5 gallon.
The female mini is a purple/blue color with a hint of red in the fin, I guess indigo would be close enough for coloring type? She is a lopsided double tail but very interactive.

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Have a picture of the brownie ghost and long and wavy on drift wood? Please and thank you.
On driftwood, I will have to find the picture of the brownie ghost.
 

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I would love to adopt a less than desirable betta, but it appears I am out voted on this one because my husband and daughter would both prefer a male... a blue male veil tail or similar. So I guess it is off to petsmart this weekend unless I find what they want on ebay today. Thanks for your time and replies and good luck especially with the adoptions.
 

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Hello!
I was wondering if you would give me some advice. I was looking at your adoptable black skirts, as I have a small school myself, but I was a little worried about the long fin part. My tank has 3 short fin black skirts and 4 serape, and I’m definitely looking at getting more for their schools. They don’t show any fin nipping behavior, at least not among themselves. Do you think they’d nip with long fins? For tetras mine are pretty docile, I don’t know why though.
Just wondering if they’d be compatible!
 
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Pukkafish said:
Hello!
I was wondering if you would give me some advice. I was looking at your adoptable black skirts, as I have a small school myself, but I was a little worried about the long fin part. My tank has 3 short fin black skirts and 4 serape, and I’m definitely looking at getting more for their schools. They don’t show any fin nipping behavior, at least not among themselves. Do you think they’d nip with long fins? For tetras mine are pretty docile, I don’t know why though.
Just wondering if they’d be compatible!
They aren't exceptionally long, long fins so would likely cause less interest than one with longer fins. They may show interest in the fins with the fish just being introduced, but should settle down as they get to know each other.
 

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GrayRas said:
Ile take all 5 pygmy cories and 4 ember tetra, shipped to 20747
Gone already?
 
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