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I have decided to sell my wild caught breeders to make my up coming move easier. There are approximately 25 females and 15 males. The picture I'm using is an older one, so all of the fry you see have been sold. But you can get an idea of how many fry this group produces. I would like to keep the group together and I am pricing them to sell at $750.00
I can ship with Southwest. Thanks, Mike
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nnnoooooo!
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You can't sell your Moops mike!!!!
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Yeah, it wouldn't be that hard at all to transport them. Move them frist! then you can move the rest of the stuff. This is what I did when I moved into my current house. With 4 tanks...

you should keep them. You'll regret selling them once you've settled into your new place. I Guarantee that!
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MIke, I sent you a PM.
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Yeah, it wouldn't be that hard at all to transport them. Move them frist! then you can move the rest of the stuff. This is what I did when I moved into my current house. With 4 tanks...

you should keep them. You'll regret selling them once you've settled into your new place. I Guarantee that!
Your are right, I already regret having to sell them. Moving them is not the hard part of this deal. I have someone moving into the house in now, on May 17th and I can't get into my new place until June 10. So I will be living with my sister in law 50 miles away while a perfect stranger is taking care of my fish, birds and chipmunks! Sounds crazy right? So now I am just trying to minimize some of the very possible grief coming my way. I'm not selling everything and I will be getting a new fish room together as soon as possible. I'll keep you posted.
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Tempted...
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Wow, now that's a deal for a prolific WC group of Moops! Definitely proven breeders from Mike. Don't sleep on this opportunity all....
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Hey Sean, I'll loan them to you!
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If you need me to baby sit them for a while I can certainly do so. When do you need to move them by? And for how long? I was planning on moving my longola to my office in about 2 weeks and can keep them in the 180 with the bulombora for a few weeks if that'll help?

Or I can keep them in my 150 at the office once the tank cycles
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