I have Five Sun Conures. I started off with two and they had three eggs which all hatched and the babies are about 1 year old. Now they have laid another two eggs and I am worried, becuase that is enough birds for me. Does anyone want sun counures? or how i can stop them from breeding? Lisa
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Beautiful Blonde Naso Tang (male) he is roughly 11 to 12 inches long.
Has really rich coloration, orange spine with a really spike
Rich orange unicorn. Needs a tank of 200 gals or larger. Healthy
Eats about anything, doesn't bother my corals and is a peaceful
Tank mate. Selling $200.00 in buyer can't pick up the fish
Buyer will agree to pay for any shipping costs. Be sure to
Insure because all sales are final. Patty Doxey
I have 7 pieces of black scorpions in different weight like 50 to 300+grams,just required real buyer or company which can show that he is real buyer ,i mean they must capibal of these type of deals,dealer or company representatives can also contact but must he attach with real buyer interested person contact me on my email address.one was taken yesterday(firstname.lastname@example.org) Aadheen Ndawara
Sunshine Peacock - 02-04-13 The dazzling Sunshine Peacock is attractive, easy to care for, and highly favored by African cichlid keeper!
Rubin Red Peacock - 02-04-13 The Rubin Red Peacock is a striking cichlid in a vibrant rush of red, blue, and purple colors!
Flavescent Peacock - 02-04-13 The Flavescent Peacock is easy to care for and their appealing colors make them an African cichlid favorite!
Aulonocara Blue Gold - 02-04-13 The Aulonocara Blue Gold is a dazzling peacock in blues and golds, with some having pronounced orange shoulders!
Aulonocara Fort Maguire - 02-04-13 The Aulonocara Fort Maguire can be quite variable, but is gorgeous in any of its natural colorings!
Nkhomo Benga Peacock - 02-04-13 The Nkhomo-Benga Peacock is very attractive, and is one of the smaller and more peaceful of the Peacock cichlids!
Bristlenose Catfish - 02-01-13 Looking like the proverbial dog that just stuck its mouth in a porcupine, the Ancistrus or Bristle-nose Catfish are a very interesting and colorful member of the Loricariidae family of catfish!
Blue Gourami - 01-31-13 The name Three-spot Gourami at first seems a bit of a mystery. This fish actually only has two spots, the third spot is generally considered to be the eye!
Dwarf Gourami - 01-27-13 The Dwarf Gourami is one of the smallest and most striking of the gouramis, and a showpiece for the aquarium!
Rummy Nose Rasbora - 01-25-13 The Rummy Nose Rasbora is a tiny cyprinid fish that lives underneath floating islands!