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Old May 11th 04, 12:23 AM
T
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"Boozhound" wrote in message
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Due to a recent "happy event", I now have three generations of Brichardi
living an a rather small tank. My planned upgrade to a 45 gallon tank has
had to be postponed for two months due to house redecoration. As the tank

is
getting overcrowded, I want to dispose of some of the younger fish. Rather
than resort to the big white flushing bin, I would prefer to see them off

to
a good home. If there is anyone in the Edinburgh (UK) area who would like

a
dozen
or so small, two month old, brichardi (for free) please contact me.

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Pictures can be seen at
http://www.helpful.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/fishtank/


Simon







Simon, if I lived there I would more than be happy to help you out..
Unfortunantly I am pretty well on the other side of the world from you..

Tim..


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Old May 11th 04, 02:50 PM
Rob
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No bite on the brichardi (I'm in Canada), but I wanted to comment that your
Apistos are beautiful (unusual mix for your tank, but if it works...)!

Have you asked your local fish store if they will take some young Brichardi?

- Rob

"Boozhound" wrote in message
...
Due to a recent "happy event", I now have three generations of Brichardi
living an a rather small tank. My planned upgrade to a 45 gallon tank has
had to be postponed for two months due to house redecoration. As the tank

is
getting overcrowded, I want to dispose of some of the younger fish. Rather
than resort to the big white flushing bin, I would prefer to see them off

to
a good home. If there is anyone in the Edinburgh (UK) area who would like

a
dozen
or so small, two month old, brichardi (for free) please contact me.

(Remove
the two X to reply)

Pictures can be seen at
http://www.helpful.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/fishtank/


Simon








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Old May 12th 04, 03:49 PM
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"Boozhound" wrote in message
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Simon, if I lived there I would more than be happy to help you out..
Unfortunantly I am pretty well on the other side of the world from you..

Tim..



Pity.

Whereabouts are you?

Simon



California Simon... Which makes me 3000 miles from home ...

Tim


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Old May 28th 04, 01:47 PM
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In a post from the future, "Boozhound" wrote
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Due to a recent "happy event", I now have three generations of Brichardi

snip

Maybe you should adjust the date on your PC ?
9/6/2004 is over 3 months from now...



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Old September 6th 04, 06:36 PM
Boozhound
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Default Anyone want some Brichardi?

Due to a recent "happy event", I now have three generations of Brichardi
living an a rather small tank. My planned upgrade to a 45 gallon tank has
had to be postponed for two months due to house redecoration. As the tank is
getting overcrowded, I want to dispose of some of the younger fish. Rather
than resort to the big white flushing bin, I would prefer to see them off to
a good home. If there is anyone in the Edinburgh (UK) area who would like a
dozen
or so small, two month old, brichardi (for free) please contact me. (Remove
the two X to reply)

Pictures can be seen at
http://www.helpful.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/fishtank/


Simon






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Old September 7th 04, 06:43 PM
Boozhound
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"Rob" wrote in message
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No bite on the brichardi (I'm in Canada), but I wanted to comment that

your
Apistos are beautiful (unusual mix for your tank, but if it works...)!

Have you asked your local fish store if they will take some young

Brichardi?

- Rob


Many thanks. The Brichardi are in a separate tank and on their own. I am
hoping to put in some dither fish when I get the bigger tank. I am throwing
some of my furniture out in order to make room! However it will be a couple
of months before I can (a) afford the tank and (b) have the room ready for
it. Unfortunately work got in the way!

The Apistos are looking even better now. They have settled in nicely and
grown a little fatter since the pics were taken. The female, although small,
has every other fish in the tank running scared. She is usually happy to
keep to herself, but if anyone goes near her favourite cave, beware!

I will ask the LFS if they will take some, but thought there might be a
fellow enthusiast in the area who would appreciate them. The way they are
breeding I will end up with a colony of 60+ at this rate!!

Simon


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Old September 7th 04, 06:44 PM
Boozhound
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Simon, if I lived there I would more than be happy to help you out..
Unfortunantly I am pretty well on the other side of the world from you..

Tim..



Pity.

Whereabouts are you?

Simon


 




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