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    Can deliver to the Auction Sunday

    I have some fish available that I can deliver to you at the auction on Sunday.

    Electric Blue Ram proven pairs - $30 each pair. These are young pairs, just had their first spawns. Still a little growing to do and colors will intensify.

    Father and Mother

    Elec Blue Ram by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    Red Head EB Ram by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    Pair 1

    Elec blue ram PP1 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    Pair 2 - SOLD

    Elec blue ram PP2 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    Pair 3 - SOLD

    Elec blue ram PP3 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr




    Philippine Blue angels -veil/pearl, all are quarter size or larger.

    Pb Smoky angels - $10 each


    20180405_205059 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr


    20180405_205051 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr


    20180405_205041 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr



    Pb Platinum - $10 each


    20180405_205318 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    20180405_205235 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    20180405_205151 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr



    Pb Marble - $12 each

    20180405_205724 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    20180405_205710 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    20180405_205612 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr

    20180405_205504 by Larry Bugg, on Flickr
    Last edited by Larry Bugg; 04-09-2018 at 11:27 AM.
    Larry Bugg
    NADA (North American Discus Association) BOD Member
    SEDE, Southeast Discus Enthusiast

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    I am fairly certain I want a few veil tail smokey blues. Those are really nice looking. I am just not sure what the auction is all about and what I may find there.
    Will you be bringing extras to sell as well?


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    Last edited by HN1; 04-08-2018 at 01:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfreema View Post
    I am fairly certain I want a few veil tail smokey blues. Those are really nice looking. I am just not sure what the auction is all about and what I may find there.
    Will you be bringing extras to sell as well?


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    I will be entering some in the auction so you can certainly wait and take your chances. I will not bring extras to sell outside the auction.
    Larry Bugg
    NADA (North American Discus Association) BOD Member
    SEDE, Southeast Discus Enthusiast

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    When do you need the orders submitted by?

    How many do you recommend with your experience as a breeder to have good odds there is a male in the batch?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tfreema View Post
    When do you need the orders submitted by?

    How many do you recommend with your experience as a breeder to have good odds there is a male in the batch?


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    I need to know by Saturday morning. Typically it is suggested to buy 5 or 6 to insure getting a pair out of them. In my experience I usually end up with a couple of pairs this way but I have know people with 6 to end up with 6 m or 6 f so I don't take the chance. More than one pair is fine because then you can sell other as a proven pair. Angel fish pairs usually sell well.
    Larry Bugg
    NADA (North American Discus Association) BOD Member
    SEDE, Southeast Discus Enthusiast

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    do you have blue rams that aren't pairs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyl9063 View Post
    do you have blue rams that aren't pairs?
    The elec blue, yes. $15 each. I can take just about any male and female and put them in a tank and they will spawn, so no difference in price really. You just get a deal know you have a proven pair. I may have a couple more proven pairs available before the auction or at the auction. I have several more pairs I have just put in tanks.
    Larry Bugg
    NADA (North American Discus Association) BOD Member
    SEDE, Southeast Discus Enthusiast

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    Angels are all doing great! Thanks again. I really did not realize how pretty platinums are.

    As I was doing a large water change today, I could not help but think about how you do 90% and said you would do 100% if the drain was low enough. I just pictured a bunch of fish laying on the bottom of the tank on their sides. Would that not terribly stress them out?


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    I'm glad you are happy with the angels. I know many people that do 100% changes and no, it doesn't seem to stress the fish out. It is part of their daily routine.
    Larry Bugg
    NADA (North American Discus Association) BOD Member
    SEDE, Southeast Discus Enthusiast

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