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LF: microworm culture, Store with Kent Marine Black water Extract

This is a discussion on LF: microworm culture, Store with Kent Marine Black water Extract within the Classified Archive forums, part of the Classified Section category; Looking for Micro worm preferably around the Tri-cities area. Does anyone know a store selling Kent Marine Black Water Extract ...

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    Default LF: microworm culture, Store with Kent Marine Black water Extract

    Looking for Micro worm preferably around the Tri-cities area.

    Does anyone know a store selling Kent Marine Black Water Extract in The Greater Vancouver?

    Thanks in advance
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    Big bucks and few around. I used to get gossei easy . Not anymore! A guy who imports from
    South America can't get them



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    How long ago are we talking about April?

    Are there any breeders around with access to them? There are documentations of them being bred in captivity.

    50% wild or any type of mix from different stock works too. I prefer fish to be not inbred for multiple generations

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    They are breeding some in Asia.one list I saw some.


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    I was in the Wet Spot in Portland on Aug 8 and they had a tank with some Gossei Corys in it.
    Can't remember how many in there.

    They had a row of 20 tanks that each had at least one species of Cory and many of those tanks had 2 species of Cory. No other fish really to speak of in any of the Cory tanks other than a few small ones here and there. Very cool and lucky to see that variety in one place although it was explained to me that this was not normal and I visited there when they just happened to have some they don't have regularly. Red and Green Lasers, Barbatus corys, Duplicareus etc.
    Very sad to say I was not in town for fish. The pricing seemed reasonable even with exchange on some of the nicer species.
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    If you can't find a local source, Wet Spot is a cool place to buy fish. Check their website for their current inventory of fish. They will deliver within the US. If you can find the fish you want from them and if you're able to pick up weekdays, perhaps overnight to Blaine and you can pick up from one of the parcel services there. Used to like Hagen's, but their C/S has gone downhill fast and hours are terrible. 5dpackages have been good to me.

    I avoid weekends for fish just in case delivery gets delayed and sits in an outlet somewhere on a Sunday.

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    Welcome back Eric! I think you have been hibernating......


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    Thanks for the response. I found someone that can help.

    I wish I was hibernating. Feels more like reviving from the grave starting from scratch.

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    bump. Trying to find a store with Kent Marine Black water extract

 

 


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