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I think that is the same with colored angels - or it has been in the past - 5 black, 5 silver, etc. I may be mistaken.
Non cichlids have always been accepted - as a donation - hey, at least you get rid of the fish.
we have some frogs a few auctions back??? I noticed this one is cichlid only – no plecos or syno cats?
I would try and get closer to 5 fish in a bag
The classic auction is always cichlids only. Now whether it's enforced or not is the question.
Being as Shelly is running the check in, I'm pretty sure it will be enforced.
5 bags per species won't be an issue
Thanks for all the help.
Glad to assist.
Are you just coming for the auction? We could always use an extra volunteer!
Mainganos I would bag one per bag as you stated.
Just remember per auction rules I believe you are only allowed 5 bags of the same species. My wife is stickler for the rules at check-in
Labs are about 2" figured 3 to a bag? Is 5 too many?
Mainganos are 3.5 - 4" and figured 1 to a bag.
No problem on the naming. Mostly, unsexed juvies, but do know gender on a few.
Maximizing $$$ is least important to me. I just want to make ssure the fish survive and whoever ends up puchasing them ends up happy.
Big fish - 1 per bag.
Do NOT feed for 72 hours before bagging
Bag with fresh water with de-chlor added, not tank water
Clearly label your fish. This includes the scientific name, and a collection points if applicable
Show up with enough time to check in
And please, I see this messed up all the time. 1/3 water - 2/3 air
Small fish (fry) 1" or so - 4 - 6 total per bag.