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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeining75
    www.azgardens.com

    Largest online fish nursery in US. It is based in Arizona. They have amazing hard to find plants, fish and shrimp and since they are a huge nursery they almost always have what you are looking for.
    nice to see you back JB!

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    Red, I'd be happy to discuss that possibility one day. Lately, my available time towards my tanks and fish have been extremely limited with my schedule, so I am going to do my breeding outdoors this year. I just got my outdoor tubs set up last week and am waiting for warm weather so that I can plant them. This will be a while, but I've already got spring fever. I will have to let you know how this goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleWillie
    Red, I'd be happy to discuss that possibility one day. Lately, my available time towards my tanks and fish have been extremely limited with my schedule, so I am going to do my breeding outdoors this year. I just got my outdoor tubs set up last week and am waiting for warm weather so that I can plant them. This will be a while, but I've already got spring fever. I will have to let you know how this goes.
    Sounds great, I bet you get better results from tank breeding too, are you going to let the fry live in the tub or still remove them.

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    Wow thats really interesting. Thnx for sharing.

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    thank you :)

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    What about buying one of the Killie kits from eBay? The ones from Asia with everything in the kit to hatch and feed that specific species of Killie. I've been wanting to try 'em out but I have no experience with Killies, just what I've read about them. They seem reasonably priced kits though and I do like the idea of hatching and rearing them. I'm just curious about the experience of others in this matter.

    Sark

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    10G Neolamprologus Multifasciatus (Shell Dweller) tank. Empty/Work in Progress 135G, 40GB, 2 x 20GL, 2 x 10G
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