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Old 11-05-2006, 12:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Not sure if anyone is interested, but if you like Apistos... then this is an amazing fish to check out.

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Did you get some of those in? Are there any adult males? I maybe able to make it on Tues morning for something like that, gotta have it for my photo portfolio. Let me know.
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I have 6 of these in the store. They are fantastic little fish, very rare as I am sure you know. They are eating well, and even taking some dry foods. I do not expect them to be in stock long. If there is enough interest I am sure I can get more, but they are not cheap fish...

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Sorry, did not answer all your questions. Yet there are some males, they are starting to show good color too.
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Had to look these up.

Really cool fish.

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Wow, these look great. Are they compatible with tetras and the likes?
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how much is each?
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Hello,

They are terrific fish, I was even thinking about keeping them for myself haha! This is probably the coolest fish I have had in my store in awhile (my opinion). They seem to do good with tetras, etc.

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They certainly look like interesting fish. Very cool body shape. I couldn't own a fish store because I would keep all of the cool stuff. There would be nothing left for my customers.
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They certainly look like interesting fish. Very cool body shape. I couldn't own a fish store because I would keep all of the cool stuff. There would be nothing left for my customers.
lol. All your new livestock would consist of livebearing fish that your customers bring in for store credit because they're overpopulating. =)
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