Triop Cancriformis

BillynJennifer
  • #1
I have hatched and grown the regular Triop Longicaudatus several times. I have 2 alive and well right now. I wish I can find someone that has some Triop Cancriformis eggs. If you have some, I would greatly appreciate you letting me know.
 
BillynJennifer
  • Thread Starter
  • #2
I don't know who moved my thread, but I appreciate you doing so. Thanks a bunch.
 
Keystone
  • #3
Sent you a message regarding this
 
JoeCamaro
  • #4
You can get eggs at your local Hobby Lobby store. Don't forget to use the 40% coupon from their website.
 
Blitzar
  • #5
You can get eggs at your local Hobby Lobby store. Don't forget to use the 40% coupon from their website.

These are not among the species available from Toyops. Otherwise, I'd have some to sell!
 
JoeCamaro
  • #6
These are not among the species available from Toyops. Otherwise, I'd have some to sell!

Oh. Me and my big mouth (or should I say fat fingers?).

My bad.
 
Blitzar
  • #7
Oh. Me and my big mouth (or should I say fat fingers?).

My bad.
It's fine! I was surprised to find out they didn't have any.
 
BillynJennifer
  • Thread Starter
  • #8
I got the Toyops Gigantic Triops at Hobby Lobby that were supposed to be Cancriformis eggs, but they ended up being Longicaudatus instead. The Longs are growing really well, but they don't have the same pattern or max size as the Cancs.
 
Blitzar
  • #9
I got the Toyops Gigantic Triops at Hobby Lobby that were supposed to be Cancriformis eggs, but they ended up being Longicaudatus instead. The Longs are growing really well, but they don't have the same pattern or max size as the Cancs.
Same thing happened to me.
 
BillynJennifer
  • Thread Starter
  • #10
Same thing happened to me.

They also had Ghost Triops, which were supposed to be albino cancs. After the first mix up, I don't think I'll try another one of their kits.
 
Blitzar
  • #11
They also had Ghost Triops, which were supposed to be albino cancs. After the first mix up, I don't think I'll try another one of their kits.
I tend to avoid them, but I want to try their 'Space Fish in a Jiff' kit, as it's basically annual killies for cheaper than I've found anywhere else (don't wory, I won't use the tank).
 
BillynJennifer
  • Thread Starter
  • #12
I tend to avoid them, but I want to try their 'Space Fish in a Jiff' kit, as it's basically annual killies for cheaper than I've found anywhere else (don't wory, I won't use the tank).

I've been trying to decide if I want to try that also.
 

Similar Aquarium Threads

Replies
10
Views
998
UniqueShark
  • Locked
Replies
36
Views
2K
2211Nighthawk
  • Locked
Replies
22
Views
2K
Alexolotl
  • Locked
Replies
7
Views
5K
josh40996
  • Locked
Replies
10
Views
751
Sheena-Phx
Top Bottom