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Try www.aquabid.com,it is the ebay of the fish world ;)
>From: "Bob Meyer" <bmeyer at parkland_cc.il.us>
>Reply-To: killietalk at aka_org
>To: <killietalk at aka_org>
>Date: Tue, 09 May 2000 21:06:45 -0500
>Just spent some time looking at ebay. Addictive isn't it?? There are a
>couple of nice things that they do. There is a feedback report that lists
>whether buyers have been satisfied with their purchases. There is also
>paypal. Which I have not looked into thoroughly. But apparently you can
>pay for things and not have to give your credit card number, nor does the
>seller have to worry about whether your check will clear. Ebay auction
>items are listed almost immediately. I know it is in the distant future,
>but I am sure some of these technologies will trickle down to the aquarium
>hobby and the AKA. I was hoping that ebay listed killies, but apparently
>they will not list live animals/fish. They do however list plants.
>I'd also like to thank SLAKA/MASI/St Louis for putting on a great show this
>past weekend. The speakers were excellent, the killies were excellent, the
>hospitality was excellent. There were probably 100 killie entries and I
>did not see one dead or distressed fish! The auction must have had at
>least 3000 items and was very well organized. Rosario LaCorte gave several
>great killie talks. The SLAKA members invited killie keepers to tour their
>fishrooms. Jim Gasior looked so comfortable at Nevins pondside
>gazebo........ Nice job St. Louis!!
> (I stayed at a friends house and got to experience 14 inches of rain and
>got to see lightning burn down his neighbors house. Overall, a very
>I have several fish on my wish list and if anyone has any leads on these,
>please contact me offline.
>I have some fish to trade or I can part with cash.
>bmeyer at parkland_cc.il.us
>Wanted: eggs preferred
>Some of the above are to add to my gene pool, others are just old favorites
>that I let slip away. I know there are a couple of typos (no KMI handy) so
>please forgive me.
>Finally, I am starting to experiment with diapterons. Any advice?? I kept
>two pair of cyanistictum alive over the winter (55F). The fish room will
>get warm this summer and I plan to put them into a cooler basement. Egg
>production is low and no fertile eggs yet. Feeding baby brine, daphnia,
>and whiteworms on alternate days. Fish are in rainwater with a little
>instant ocean sea salt added. I would guess the pH is about 5.5. Potted
>plants, mops, sponge filter, 10 gallon tank ½ full, window light, 75F.
>Fish look happy.
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