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Old 06-23-2005, 12:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK...gave a list to Aquatic Warehouse looking for Microrasboras. He was able to get Boraras maculatus and Sundadanio axelrodi (neon rasbora). It looks like the neons need neutral to acidic water, so my shrimp tank might not work (But the big tank might ).

Anyway...fish should be in late tomorrow. I'm already planning on picking up some maculata for Tony. If anyone else isn't around, but wants something, let me know (Ping?). I'll buy them and you can paypal me. Then we can figure out pick up. If he has any less than 25 B. maculata, it's first come first serve, and Tony and I get dibs

AW seems to be pretty good about working with you (This is my first time trying).

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OK...I was there when he took the fish out of the boxes...and I took the entire bag of boraras maculata. 25 to be exact. They're running $1.99 each. I also picked up 7 of the neon rasboras for $3.99 each. I topped things off with a half dozen trig. espei (espei rasbora - looks like a little harlequin and school well with them).

Gomer has dibs on 7 or so of the maculata if he wants them, and I'm willing to part with up to about the same number. Cost is cost. $2.15 after tax. If I have to drive anywhere outside of San Diego, I'll ask for some gas for the motorcycle I'll ship, as well, but no guarantees.

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