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Does anyone want me to give more BN plecos or Shell dwellers in next year's auctions? Just curious.

I have a bonded pair of a green dragon and an albino BN pleco that gives me common and albino fry. I have an old similis colony, and i just started a new multifaciatus colony (fry are two weeks old), which i plan on giving the fry to either fish stores or the auction.

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  • #676
    Alex
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    I have an over crowded Similis shell dweller colony that won’t stop breeding, so i have some of all sizes. Is anyone interested in about five or six one-inch simils? I also have 5 albino bristlenose plecos that are about one-and-a-half inches long that are ready to be auctioned. If anyone wants any of these fish post it here so that i bring them to the next auction.

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    #701
    David Mercer
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    I’m a shell dweller fan but don’t have any tanks for them at the moment. I feel like they do generally do well at the auctions as long as there aren’t too many.

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    #702
    Alex
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    yeah, i just wanted let anyone out thereknow what i have planned on bringing to the next auction. Along with trying to help kick-start this forum, because it is pretty empty and unused.

    Roses are red,
    Violets are purple,
    Or are they blue?
    Either way,
    I love my fish,
    and so should you!
    🐟🐟😊😊🐟🐟

    #720
    Jakub Lapinski
    Participant

    There are usually quite a lot of BN pleco varieties at the auctions already. As there are quite a few members that breed them and they are very easy to breed. I would say that BN and Angelfish are some of the most common fish we see at the large auctions. I think some of the other less common pleco species might be more appealing. And yes for more shellies!

    #772
    Alex
    Participant

    I tried to catch the similis but, I couldn’t catch any. I brought the plecos, one neolamprologus pulcher and six port acaras.

    Roses are red,
    Violets are purple,
    Or are they blue?
    Either way,
    I love my fish,
    and so should you!
    🐟🐟😊😊🐟🐟

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