Captive-bred tank-raised Mandarins

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How big are they?

They are small, about an inch. I put 3 in a customer's 500 gallon tank and 2 months later they were about 3 inches and amazing coloration. Even though they eat all types of foods it is best to have a healthy pod population in the tank.
 

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They are small, about an inch. I put 3 in a customer's 500 gallon tank and 2 months later they were about 3 inches and amazing coloration. Even though they eat all types of foods it is best to have a healthy pod population in the tank.
Do you also service tanks then?
 

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I've had my female from you for roughly 9 months and she's grown rather slowly. Probably about 2.5-3", the males I assume grow quite a bit faster since they get larger overall. Was maybe 0.75" when I got her.
 

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I don’t currently have a saltwater setup, but I’ve been following the huge changes you’ve made to your business within the last year and I just wanted to say BRAVO! You are constantly adding new captive bred fish and corals to your site while still keeping up the quality throughout your entire selection. You are definitely making a huge impact on the hobby. Keep up the great work!

Thank you,
A fellow Marylander and future customer
 
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I don’t currently have a saltwater setup, but I’ve been following the huge changes you’ve made to your business within the last year and I just wanted to say BRAVO! You are constantly adding new captive bred fish and corals to your site while still keeping up the quality throughout your entire selection. You are definitely making a huge impact on the hobby. Keep up the great work!

Thank you,
A fellow Marylander and future customer
Wow! Thanks Kevin, appreciate your comments. Stop in if you are on the Eastern Shore.
 

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