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Post  Plymouth Angel on Wed 05 Mar 2014, 20:49

Hi I am in Plymouth can anyone help me I am looking for blue Paraiba and black paraiba

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Post  Pterophyllum on Wed 05 Mar 2014, 23:10

I have a small batch coming on which include both pinoy paraibas (black paraibas) & Paraibas these are mixture of smokey, chocolate and straight forward paraibas but they're not likely to be ready for a month or so yet, and numbers will be rather limited.
At my shop, The Aquatic Habitat, I currently have some nice, young, just over 5 months old, pinoy ghosts, these are a mixture of smokey & chocolate pinoys, priced at £5.90 each, again numbers are limited.
There may also be one or two small paraibas, (I'll confirm tomorrow if you're interested) but not pinoy paraibas, these are £4.90 each.
If you're after larger fish, I will hopefully be thinning out some of my breeding stock in a month or so, that might include a couple of smokey paraibas, and a whole lot of other interesting fish, there might even be the odd pinoy amongst them, but the chances of me selling either of my pinoy paraiba adults at the moment are slim indeed.
A further complication is that my store is located in Gloucestershire about a 2 hour run up the M5 from Plymouth, I don't know if that's further than you wanted to travel.

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Post  Plymouth Angel on Sat 08 Mar 2014, 21:10

Hi rob it was good to talk on the phone u help me a lot hope thé angle wé talk about ready soon thanks

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