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    trio of wild red eyed ocellaris peacock bass, uk

    Discussion in 'International Marketplace' started by doyboy, Nov 5, 2011.

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    1. doyboy

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      selling my trio of wild red eyed ocellaris peacock bass, these are the real deal, quality thick set fish with great colour. feeding on massivore pellet, prawn and P1000722.JPG earthworm. they are all about the same size, approx 10-11" very deep body. only selling due to only keeping rays in the tank.

      £400ono for the 3

      pick up only P1000713.JPG P1000742.JPG



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