If there's any interest, I will also bring a few odd adult loricariids including a 'true' Peckoltia braueri 'L305', a nice size and probably female. Not the L135 which I have, but the orange finned one from Guyana (£20 reserve)
Image by Steven Grant.
Also a male Leporacanthicus joselemai 'sultan plec',(£25 reserve) after losing my female recently (unless anyone's got a female to spare!)
Also a big male Deckeyseria L052 (£15 reserve)
Also an odd L106 Guyancistrus (£8 reserve)
Plus a group (5 or 6) of great condition and good sized Auchenipterichthys coracoides, Zamora cats, if anyone is after these (around £30 reserve for the group)
Plus a load of peacock gobies!
If there's no interest in them for the Castleford Auction, I'll put them through the CSG auction the following weekend. No point in breaking down so many tanks to not sell them.
I'll keep adding to my list as I decide what to part with.
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The.Dark.One wrote:It will be good to see you Richard!
I still owe you that money for that fish. Is it still alive?
TBH i haven't seen it or really looked for it. It's tank mates are half a dozen small Ancistrus claro some synodontis contracta and some incredibly prolific Phallichthys Pitteri (despite what i was told; that they are a bit beligerent towards each other and would eat their offspring). I'll have a look to see if i can find it.
What's the score on bringing stuff to the auction - does it have to be pre-booked only or turn up on the night?
Mr. Rate: That's how a conspiracy works. Them boys on the Grassy Knoll they were dead within three hours, buried in the damned desert, unmarked graves out past Terlingua.
Well bad traffic on the A1 meant i was late arriving so missed out on bargain dry foods which was one of the things i was after, but there were bargains aplenty (as always). This was the best attended one i've been to with so much stuff going through i didn't get home till 1.15am although unusually i didn't buy any fish this time round - wish i had done in hindsight. From the point i arrived, fish on offer were (only recorded livestock, no dry goods):