Firstly I'm not a breeder or a reseller. I have some aquariums I need to get rid of as I don't have time to care for them as I did before. This includes their inhabitants sadly.
What is for sale?
Bronze cordydoras catfish x3 £8
Bloodfin tetra X6 £15
Pygmy dwarf pufferfish x3 £20
Blue ram x2 £5
Banjo Catfish x1 £12
Bumblebee Catfish Microglanis x2 £12
All are quite young less than a year old.
I can do a sort of deal for them if all purchased together.
If interested in the aquarium I'm selling it's a 34L fluvial flex. £100 3 months old.
And a BioOrb 30L this is older at about 2 years of age and has scratches but these are general ware scratches from the gravel. £30
I hope to re-home these fish as some are exotic and now classified as endangered. Price is so I know they aren't for live food for other sorts of predatory fish thanks.
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