5/10/20X Trapdoor Snails Algae Eaters Koi Kompanion For Sale -
5/10/20X Trapdoor Snails Algae Eaters Koi Kompanion :
Trapdoor Snails are a great addition to any tank. They will eat algae along with just about anything else that falls to the bottom of your aquarium.
Temperature: 65-85 degrees
Minimum Tank Size: 5 gallon and bigger
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We are a rapidly growing fish farm located inRuskin Florida. We carry many more items than what we currently have listed on so if you don't see what you are looking for just reach out to us and we will be happy to create a custom listing for the item you desire.
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Orders are shipped Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday to help ensure safe arrival. All items are shipped on the next available shipping day after the quarantine process is complete. If you need your item shipped on a certain day, please contact us in a message and leave a note in the buyers notes.
*COLD WEATHER*- Please read for winter shipping:
Please reach out to us if the temperature in your area is below 50 degrees.
In the event of your local temperature is below 50 degrees, we can have your package held at a local pickup facility or you must upgrade your package to overnight shipping. In these events, we will generate a label and contact you with the earliest safe shipping date.
We reserve the right to hold any shipments that we do are unsafe for livestock.
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LIVE ARRIVAL GUARANTEE:All fish are 100% guaranteed to arrive alive and healthy. Please make initial contact if there are any problems with your order within two hours of delivery so that we can assist you.
In a rare event of a DOA, we will gladly replace all DOA fish in your next order. In the case of a delay in the shipping company, please contact us as soon as possible to discus a solution.
-Please provide clear photos of DOA fish outside of water.
-Customer service is out number one priority. Please reach out to us with any questions and we will make sure you are 100% happy with your class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: Cambria;">ACCLIMATION PROCESS:
Do Not Net Fish! (Netting can strip the slime coat off the fish)
Step 1:Pour entire contents from the shipping bag into a clean fishsafe bucket. (Should be able to hold 3-4 times the amount of water shipped with the fish.)
Step 2: Add an appropriate amount of a stress relieving, ammonia reducing, and slime coat protective product such as Stress Guard by Seachem.
Step 3: Start a siphon using an airline tube from the aquarium they are going into, to the acclimation bucket the fish are in.
Step 4: Set the drip rate to 1-2 drips/second using an inline valve or tie the airline tube in a knot if a valve is not available. (Siphon kit is available as separate listing).
Step 5:After about 1hr increase the drip rate by 1-2 drips/second.
Step 6: When the volume of water in the acclimation bucket gets close to the top, discard 1/4-1/2 the water in the acclimation bucket.
Step 7:Repeat steps 5 & 6, 1 time for every .2 change in PH from the shipping water to the aquarium water. (Shipping water PH = 8.5) If your aquarium water is 7.5 the difference is 1.0 (1.0/.2 =5 hrs of acclimation)
Step 8:On the last time discarding water from the acclimation bucket drain the bucket down to a point where the fish just has enough water to cover its body.
Step 9: Sit the shipping bucket sideways into the aquarium and allow the fish to freely swim into the aquarium.
***Many factors may result in failure to grow live aquarium plants and fish such as environment, planted substrate, temperature, lighting, water parameters and CO2. Please contact us for any questions or concerns regarding the care of our products.