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FREE Largemouth Bass Free To A Good Home 19401 PU/Ship

Discussion in 'AC Marketplace : Buy and Sell' started by SubRosa, May 25, 2011.

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    I have a Largemouth Bass collected as a contaminant in a shipment of Ghost Shrimp. Currently about 1.25" long, but he will get bigger! Free for PU or pay for shipping.
     
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    Found a home!
     
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    OT but that's weird... Did you find out how he got in there? The packer didn't even notice??
     
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    H2Ogal Betta Be Good to Me

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    I like happy endings. :)
     
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    Happens all the time, but Bass aren't the most common contaminant. Swamp Darters, Fundulus seminolis, F. similis, Gambusia, Bluefin and Swamp Killies, Black Bullheads and Tadpole Madtoms have all found their way in recently, as well as a couple of Bass.
     
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    So if you get any of the "Swamp Darters, Fundulus seminolis, F. similis, Gambusia, Bluefin and Swamp Killies" let me know. Got love natives.
     
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    I keep the Swamp Darters myself, and hold the Bluefins and Swamp Killies for a few favored customers. If any Fundulus or anything else comes in I'll pm you.
     
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    Those generally cost more.. LMAO
     
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    Ooh! Me too please! I need natives for my cool tank.
     
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    There are lots of cool natives out there, get a field guide and get to lookin. Although I do admit that we have a plethora of awesome species down here.
     

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