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Newmarket Big Als Wild Caught Plecos


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#1 Dutch

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Posted 09 December 2013 - 09:49 PM

Platinum Thunder Royal Pleco -99.99 3-5 inch.

L177 Gold Nugget Plecos 39.99

L067 3-4 inch 29.99

L034 medusa pleco 2-3 inch 29.99

Chubby Plecos 29.99

Geophagus Altifrons "tocantins" 4-5 inch 19.99 each

Dwarf Regan's Pike Cichlids 19.99



#2 jackson

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 01:31 AM

What river are the panaque from?

Are the Geos wild caught?


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#3 Dutch

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 01:49 AM

Yes the geos are and i can check on where the panaques were caught



#4 jackson

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 04:53 AM

Nice

I'll try to get out there ASAP

Thanks


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#5 Dutch

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Posted 11 December 2013 - 03:11 AM

Forgot to check what river they are from but ask for me if your there no one else there knows much about the different plecos and stuff.   The Geos and dwarf pikes are acclimated to a ph of 8.2 hardness off the charts, 300+ppm.  The other pleco are living in half tap water of ph of 8.2 and half ro water so I have no idea of what their water chemistry is like.  All the fish in my store are fed ammoxicillin and metronidozole almost daily and most of the plecos are eating brine shrimp blood worms repashy gel foods and hikari massivore pellets.  The geos and dwarf pikes are eating flakes brine blood worms mysis quite vigoriously (I feed the fish in my store about 10 times a day hence why they are so eager to jump to the top of the tank with the sight of a hand)

 

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