Swap Meet – May 29th 2021

Forums Trading Post For Sale Aquarium Items – Local Swap Meet – May 29th 2021

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  • #3820
    Chee
    Participant

    Any koi?

    #3822
    PAUL VANBRUG
    Moderator

    Guppies / Endlers / Goodeids :

    Yellow Tiger Endlers

    Black Moscow

    Easterling Green

    Fancy/Mutt

    All Male Packs

    Llyodon Fucidens / Trout Goodeids

     

    4″ Gold Severums

    3″ Hero Severums / Rotkeil ?

     

    Cherry Shrimp / Medium Grade

     

    Bristlenose Plecos:  Not sure exactly what I have until I start tearing the tanks apart.

    Brown / Marble – standard & longfin, 1 – 4″

    Albino – standard & longfin, 1 – 3″

    Blue Eye Lemons – 2 females, standard fin, 2.5 – 3″

     

    Plants: Depends on what needs thinning

    Hornwort, Cryptocoryne, Java Fern, Dwarf Sagiteria, Leopard Jungle Vallisneria, Pearl Weed, and a few others I can’t think of.

    #3823
    Joseph Parker
    Participant

    So I’m new to the hobby will someone explain what a swap meet is please.  I’ve had my 3 tanks rite at 3 months. Lol it’s the best therapy money could buy. So I’m trying to learn as much as possible day by day. So if someone dose not mind it would be greatly appreciated.

    #3833
    Christopher Taylor
    Participant

    So I’m new to the hobby will someone explain what a swap meet is please. I’ve had my 3 tanks rite at 3 months. Lol it’s the best therapy money could buy. So I’m trying to learn as much as possible day by day. So if someone dose not mind it would be greatly appreciated.

     

    It’s just a place where you show up and trade with or buy from your fellow hobbyists. It’s common in a lot of hobbies. The fish, plants etc everyone is listing in their entries are what they’re planning to bring to sell or trade. If anyone has anything you’re interested in, it can be a really great place to get your animals and plants, since they’re much more likely to be guaranteed healthy and raised in the same local water you’re using. They’re also less likely to have diseases (though obviously, quarantining is still ideal).

    #3853
    Valerie
    Participant

    Does anyone have any dwarf corys?

    #3854
    Phil
    Participant

    David Ramsey – I sent you a PM; I’d like to preorder some white worms and some fish.

    Thank you!
    Phil

     

    #3855
    Victor G Castaneda
    Participant

    I recently moved to a new house and breeding has slowed down some, here is my list and stock will be limited. If you see something you like pre order to make sure you get it.

    Neocaridina Shrimp;

    Blue Dream 10+1

    Fire Red-Sakura 10+1

    Snowball 10+1

    Red – White and Blue (skittles neo) 10+1

    Black Rose

    Caridia Shrimp;

    PRL

    Black Fancy Tigers

    Tiger Shrimp;

    Red Tiger

    Orange Eye Blue Tiger

    Guppies;

    Panda – pairs and fry packs

    Gold Lace – fry packs

    Plecos;

    Group of 5 short fin blue eye 2-3 inches looks female heavy

    I might have some LF Blue Eye at around 1 inch if anyone is interested.

    Plants;

    Java moss

    Anchor moss

    Hoocker moss

    Subwassertang

    Hornwort

    Guppy Grass

    I’ll also have Mopani Drift wood, cholla wood, shrimp nets and other shrimp items.

     

    #3856
    Mitchell Broome
    Participant

    Does anyone have any dwarf corys?

    I can bring habrosus to the swap.  I’ll get my list together and post it this weekend.

    #3858
    Scott Mitchell
    Participant

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Plakat bettas.   Amazon swords.  Java fer. Anubias. 3 month old discus if interested.  Won’t pack them if no interest.    Also have tuxedo guppies andres tail dumbos but sounds like there will already be plenty of those there…</p>

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    #3861
    Scott Mitchell
    Participant

    Also many many many plakat bettas!

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    #3866
    Mitchell Broome
    Participant

    So this time around, there are some new oddballs on the list that you don’t see very often. A few uncommon apistos, an awesome central american dwarf cichlid, a rainbowfish your basically never going to see in a store, some less common shell dwellers, an uncommon danio and my favorite killifish ever…

    I’m not going to be able to bring everything on the list. If you want something specific, please let me know ahead of time so I can prioritize it. First come, first serve. I might be out of stock on some things if you don’t make the request early enough.

    Here is a gallery of the assorted species on the list: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ic2mtvfCQjsKZNS37 In the gallery, if you click on the little ‘i’ in the upper right, you can see information about each of the images.

    apistogramma:
    apistogramma atahualpa (pair) $40
    apistogramma borelii – bella union (young pair) $25
    apistogramma sp “steel blue” (group of 6 unsexed young) (BAP) $40
    apistogramma sp d12 – F1 (group of 6 unsexed young) (BAP) $50
    apistogramma eremnopyge (group of 6 unsexed young) (BAP) $40

    bettas:
    betta rubra (IUCN RedList) (pair) $20
    betta balunga (pair) $20
    betta imbelis (pair) $20
    betta smaragdina – guitar (pair) $20
    betta edithae (pair) $20
    betta ocellata (5 young) (BAP) $30

    corydoras:
    corydoras habrosus (group of 6 young) $30
    corydoras panda – long fin (group of 6 young) $30

    dwarf cichlids:
    amatitlania nanolutea (CARES) (proven pair) $40
    amatitlania nanolutea (CARES) (group of 6 unsexed young) (BAP) $20

    plecos:
    ancistrus cirrhosus – std fin super red bristelnose (unsexed 1 1/2″ – 2″+) $10 each
    ancistrus cirrhosus – std fin super red bristelnose (unsexed 2 1/2″ – 3″+) $20 each
    ancistrus cirrhosus – std fin super red bristelnose (4M/3F breeding group) $120

    rainbowfish:
    rhadinocentrus ornatus – Seary’s Creek (CARES) (group of 6 unsexed young) $40

    shell dwellers:
    neolamprologus multifasciatus (group of 6) $30
    lamprologus signatus (pair) $20
    lamprologus signatus (group of 6) $40
    lamprologus ocellatus – gold (group of 5 young) (BAP) $60

    other:
    neolamprologus tretocephalus (5 young adults) $10 each
    telmatochromis temporalis “shell” (breeding group 8+) $100
    phenacogrammus interruptus – congo tetra (adult pair) $20
    devario sondhii – fireline danio (group of 6+ adults) (BAP) $30
    aphanius mento – zengen (pair) $30

     

    #3876
    Terry myers
    Participant

    L. Trewavesea marmalade cat adults and 3 inch.

    L. Trewavesea red top. 3 inch

    Star sapphire Placidochromis  Phenochilus Tanzania. 2.75 to 3 inch

    Lethrinops Red caps itungi 3 inch. Trios available

     

     

     

     

     

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    #3878
    Terry myers
    Participant

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    #3879
    Phil
    Participant

    Preorder cutoff 5/28 6 PM. Cash is king; I also accept most cards ($25 minimum), PayPal and Venmo. I will be selling at the swap 11 AM – 2 PM. Preorders available for pickup at the swap 11 AM – 2 PM. If you’re not going to the swap but see something you want – just PM me and we can work it out; I’m in Canton.

    -Phil

    Fish

    • Fish preorders come with a free golf ball size portion of java moss.

    Angelfish

    • Juvenile Platinum Angels 3 for $15, 6 for $30
    • Juvenile Pinoy Angels 3 for $15, 6 for $30
    • Juvenile Select Koi Angels 3 for $18, 6 for $36
    • Adult Male Platinum Angelfish – $40 (preorder only)
    • Adult Male Select Koi Angelfish -$40 (preorder only)

    Discus

    • Adult High-Back Cobalt Discus (2 available) – $25 each (preorder only – They are not a pair)
    • Juvenile Tiger/Carnation Turquoise Discus (~15 available) – $10-$15 each

    Corydoras

    • Juvenile Green Corydoras Aeneus 6 for $12, 12 for $20 (limited)
    • Green Corydoras Aeneus Proven Breeding Group (~8 adults) – $60 (preorder only)

    Guppies

    • Dwarf Blue Panda Guppies – Trio (M/F/F) $15

    Dwarf Cichlids

    Inverts

    • Cherry Shrimp 10 for $20 (depends on stock levels; comes with small portion of java moss)

    Plants

    • Hornwort $5 each (limited)
    • Salvinia $5 each
    • Various stems

    Live Food Cultures (no preorders – bring a cooler)

    • Microworms – $5
    • Banana worms – $5

    Meds (use at your own risk), Pipettes and Syringes

    • Levamisole hydrochloride powder – 1g for $5
      • What have I used it for? Routine preventative.
      • What it’s also known to do: Treatment for “Livebearer Disease”
    • Flubendazole 10% powder – 1g for $5
      • What have I used it for? Killing Hydra.
      • What it’s also known to do: Kills Hydra, treats protozoa wasting disease, serious treatment for velvet, internal and external parasites. Will not harm plants, prolonged use will kill most all snails.
    • Fenbendazole powder (Panacur) – 1g for $5
      • What have I used it for? Killing Planaria. Does not dissolve well; probably best to use with an emulsifier. I have used with shrimp (Neocaradina) without issue.
      • What it’s also known to do: Treatment for flukes and gastrointestinal parasites (worms).
    • Fenbendazole Flake – small bag $5
      • What have I used it for? Routine preventative; if needed, feed to new fish while in quarantine.
      • What it’s also known to do: Treatment of internal parasites (worms). Feed exclusively for 3-5 days; keep bottom of the aquarium gravel vac’ed during treatment. Repeat as needed.
    • Potassium Permanganate – 1g for $5
      • What have I used it for? Bath for Discus; Routine Preventative.
      • What it’s also known to do: Kills gill flukes and external bacteria; Prevents Discus “30-day syndrome”
    • 3 ml pipettes – 2 for $1
    • 20 ml syringes – $3 each

    Misc

    • Indian Almond Leaves 10 for $5
    #3881
    Josh Deyoe
    Participant

    I’m trying to coordinate things but my plan is to bring peacocks and haps.

     

    I have some 5″-7″ and also in the 2″-3′ range.

     

    Males all will be selling cheap as I need to clear out some tanks. Females will be free to whomever wants them.

     

    I also have a 12″ pleco I can bring if someone wants it at no charge.

     

    I’m bringing them in 5 gallon buckets but will have some clear totes while I’m there.

     

    Are there going to be plugs available if we need them? What is the cost for a table?

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