Looking to rehome 4 emperor tetras for trade for a bucket, fish net and thermometer or possibly other basic supplies (though not food as I have good stock, unless it's bloodworms or other betta treats!).
Sizes of the critters are:
- two at approx 2",
- one approx 1.5" and
Selling a silent, multi-stage, tetra whisper filter that uses large filter cartridges for a 45-70 gallon aquarium. Selling same as image below:
All pieces included and cartridges that have been minimally used, can judge upon pickup.
Selling price: $40 and pickup in Surrey.
This is not an emergency post so I didn't feel that it belonged in the hospital thread.
Honestly, I find it kind of amusing actually, and hopefully not harmful to the little guy. As the title has let you know by now, my male Congo Tetra looks like Bubba Gump from Forrest...
right now I have 2 goldfish in my 10 gallon tank but moving them in months time or when have enough money to an 80 gallon tank and I was thinking of putting some black phantom tetra (4, 2 female and 2 male) and a male betta in the tank I was wondering if this is a big enough tank to support them...
had these neon tetras (10+) and albino (10+) for almost 6 months now. they are healthy but like half of them have torn fins.. bought them at my lfs. planning to get angelfish so these guys won't be compatable :(
$20 for all *want to sell all at once
10 cardinal tetras, 6 black neon tetras and 4 harlequin rasboras. I am only selling as I am going away for college soon. They are healthy, I've had them for 1 full year with no deaths whatsoever.
All 2 dollars each please. If you take all then we can work something out
Sorry for the blurry...
I haven't been around the site much lately but reading your posts have helped me a lot through my aquaria experiences in the past.
I have recently uploaded a couple of fun videos of my corydora catfish for others who love these playful catfish:
Corydora Sterbai and Julii with Red...
Moving tanks and I'd like to give away 4 Clown Loach - 3", 2 Bleeding Heart Tetras - 2-2.5", 5 Danios - 1.5-2", possibly two rainbows and some schooling tetras (neons, head and tail...) about 8 - 12.
Grab em for free, or if you've got some aquarium gak taking up space...I'm setting up a 150...
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...