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  1. Freshwater Livestock Classifieds
    Dear all Forum members, I have a bunch of Platies (3 female, 2 male) and around 30 fishes 3 months old. they are super healthy and ready to go. I am willing to give it away who passion about those tropical fish or willing to trade some shrimp if possible. Here is the link to see my fish: Price...
  2. Classified Archive
    About a year and a half ago I adopted some adult toads and shortly after showed theirs gratitude with a large clutch of eggs :). I now have some one year old toads ready for homes. They Are about 1.25" long, plump and enthusiasticly eating two week old crickets and fruit flies. I would like...
  3. Freshwater Livestock Classifieds
    One of my brown apple snails laid nine (9!) clutches of eggs, so I am about to be overrun with babies. The first couple of clutches hatched about a month ago and are roughly 1/2 to 1 cm in size. They will be either golden or brown striped; right now, most of them look brown with pale grey feet...
  4. Breeding/Spawning Section
    My sunset platy just gave birth (again) to a healthy batch of babies! So far I have about 10 that are 3 months old, 15 or so that are 2 months old and now a brand new bunch that are only a few hours old... There were a few casualties, the mom was a lot more stressed in my new breeding trap...
  5. Breeding/Spawning Section
    Hey all, I've recently started breeding kribensis (yes, I know, a pretty easy-to-breed common fish, but I think they're beautiful and watching the parental care is fascinating). I have a question about hatching baby brine shrimp. I've built myself a hatchery out of two two-litre pop bottles. An...
  6. Planted Tank Specific
    So im new to this fish stuff, but its fun. (Feel free to skip the next paragraph, its just about how i got to where I am tank wise) As a kid I had a betta, so that was what i got this time around too. He lived in a bowl and I named him Bubbles the samurai like I did as a child. After a month I...
  7. Breeding/Spawning Section
    So, my congos decided to lay eggs. I know it happened on Monday afternoon, and from what I read, they'll take about 6 days to hatch (so next Sunday), and will be big enough to eat baby brine shrimp right away. The eggs are about translucent and about 3mm in diameter (IE pretty big). I also read...
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