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    Anyone still have some?

    Please contact me
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    Thanks!

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    email sent.
    Here fishy fishy.......

    Currently breeding and have lots available of:
    -Tiger, red cherry, crystal red and black, and a bunch of other shrimps
    -King Tiger (L-066) and Queen Arabesque (L-260)
    -Guppies and Marble crayfish

    I also have:
    -Levamisole HCl for treating the camallanus / callamanus worms
    -"No Planaria" for getting rid of planaria with out killing your shrimps, fish and plants
    -Flubendazole for getting rid of hydra

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    Just wanted to say Thank you!

    Bought a couple of these culture and they're thriving. Great way to "grow your own fish food" Easy and no hassle.

    PS: Plecos are doing great! Thank you Pat!

    Ben-

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    If you are growing daphnia cultures get some of Canadian aquatics food for them. my 2 cultures are thriving, I also feed yeast. I feed it every couple of days to my Rasbora's and they go nuts for it.
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    Back in the hobby, 1- 20 gallon shrimp tank and a 42 gallon community corner tank

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    Thanks for the plug guys!
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    Here fishy fishy.......

    Currently breeding and have lots available of:
    -Tiger, red cherry, crystal red and black, and a bunch of other shrimps
    -King Tiger (L-066) and Queen Arabesque (L-260)
    -Guppies and Marble crayfish

    I also have:
    -Levamisole HCl for treating the camallanus / callamanus worms
    -"No Planaria" for getting rid of planaria with out killing your shrimps, fish and plants
    -Flubendazole for getting rid of hydra

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    Hey bro do u have any daphnia left if u do can I get some

 

 
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