|11-07-2014, 08:14 AM||#21|
Join Date: Jul 2011
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I thought the PRAC Auction went well. Last item sold at 5:10.
I really liked the online pre-registration. I did it a couple if days ahead. I started off by making a list of all the fish & aquarium related items I wanted to sell. Then I entered all the info into MyGroupAuctions website. Quite easy actually. Then I labelled all the dry goods with the lot# provided & put em aside. Day before I bagged all my fish & again put the lot # provided on the bags (Really made it easy at the PRAC Auction check-in). If I had any changes to quantity or such, I edited on MyGroupAuctions site on my iPad as I bagged.
Again quite easy. Double checked all the bags. Got all ready. Went to bed. Arrived at Peel Auction early. Checked in. Got my GREEN Labels. No list needed. No writing. Just Matched the #'s from label to bag & done! Much easier than last year.
So, what did I buy?
I noticed a donation from SHRIMP FEVER On the list on MyGroupAuctions.com of
Yaoshania pachychilus Panda Loach x2. Love this little fish. Well, I WON THE BID! They are doing well in my 8g Nano and soooo cute! I took lots if photos & videos for my YouTube channel (access in my signature w the Blue Gularis).
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|11-07-2014, 09:42 AM||#22|
Join Date: May 2013
Feedback Score: (21)
Glad you are enjoying the Panda Loaches. I hope they do well for you but they are not really suitable for nano tanks. Everyone that comes into the shop wants them for nano tanks and I tell them they are better off not getting them.
|11-07-2014, 12:02 PM||#23|
Freshwater Fish Keeper
Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Feedback Score: (0)
A better choice for nano tanks would be dwarf chain loaches ( at least 6 )
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