I'm interested in the lilies! the ones I bought from Petco were DOA. Also want the subwass and rabbit snail. PM me when u can.
Great! I might not get it right away (or soon) cause I need to get my 40 set up first and transfer the fish into it but I’ll keep it in mind
I have some rotala and ludwigia, but the aponogeton will also do a good job for cover specially with a couple in the corner/left side.It's a low tech tank. I have Amazon sword, the two anubas, java fern, I bought from you and red ludwigia. The moneywart filled the left side of the tank. I'm open to suggestions. I would like to fill in the left side.
id like to buy some things but i dont know how to text you personalyListed 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 am not sure, to be honest. They are the standard ones you can get in most pet stores on plants.Are the Bladder snails the same species as Acute Bladder Snails with the 'golden specks' on their shells?
I can try and get a clear picture of what they look like for you. They are not pond snails (which have short triangular antennae).Thank-you for your honesty. I think I'll pass on the snails, since I wanted the Acute Bladder snails specifically. They can survive my aquarium's warmer summer temperature fluctuations and in my experience they didn't eat the healthy sections of a plant I used to have.
I don't know what the standard Bladder snails in petstores are, unfortunately my most 'local' pet store didn't carry Bladder snails intentionally.
Large Java Fern - 1.75$ per single plant (5"+, available, assorted types, available)
Small Java Fern - 1$ per single plant (2"+, available, assorted types)
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 (shipping is nonrefundable). 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.
Assorted Sprouted Aponogeton Bulbs - 3$ each (Available)
Marimo (Sm, .5-1") - 1.50$ each (Available)
Frogbit (1-2") - $.25 each (available)
Spiderwood (Nano) - 2$ per piece
Spiderwood (Sm) - 3$ per piece
Good luck with heat packs !Live animal shipping delayed until heat packs come in. Plants or hardscape only shipping right now.
Mine are scheduled for arrival March 11th. Covid still has most of the "less important" overseas shipments stopped or slowed, a lot of saltwater fish aren't available right now or have gone so high in price (I mean yellow tangs geez!), some freshwater are the same.Good luck with heat packs !
Mfgr, says 3rd week in March ?
I just paid about 3x the price I usually pay for 20 ...
Can't believe mfgrs and suppliers are still just sitting around ?
I might like some what is the price? also can you ship to canada?Spiderwood available, small and nano sized. Pictured is a setup up I'm working out for one of my coworkers with example of spiderwood. The pictured setup is 9" wide and 8" tall.