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Old 12th July 2009   #1
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Default EOI : Axie Eggs Melbourne (Australia)

Hi all

Last week my female albino Bubblez laid a whole bunch of eggs.
As i already have some larvae, I really dont have the space or time to care for all these extra mouths.

Im currently waiting for eggs to develop.
(I thought I had two females, but now I look at my other axie, maybe SHE is actually a HE )

This is just an expression of interest.
I will be unable to keep them all, and would much rather let someone else care for them.

Delivery Options:

- Pickup - Either in "3132" or the City.
-Postage - shouldnt be more then $13-15 (depending where you are)

(I would prefer pick up, but not fussed if I need to ship some)

Parents are white albino, and wildtype (light brow, red gills)
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If you are interested, post up, and when they are ready I can let you know.

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Old 12th July 2009   #2
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Default Re: EOI : Axie Eggs Melbourne (Australia)

Hi again.

Got home from work last night (killer Sunday shift) to notice a lot of the eggs are now splitting.

Please contact me if you want some.
Pick up Eastern Melbourne (or city)

I need these gone, ASAP (i dont have the room)

If anyone wants eggs, knows someone who wants eggs, please let me know.

Im going to say that babies are all white albinos (at this stage there are now wilds)

Please dont hesitate to contact me,

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Old 15th July 2009   #3
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Update:

The eggs are coming along really well, about a week before these guys hatch.
I would much rather pass them on to someone who can raise them properly then just getting rid of them.

Remember : they are FREE

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Old 18th July 2009   #4
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BUMP.

These guys are going to get too big too ship soon...

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Default Re: EOI : Axie Eggs Melbourne (Australia)

Hi Boof, If you read my messages under axolotl eggs, "help bbs didnt work" you will see my story, I have now got bbs hatching but no babies to feed, please let me know If it is not to late to post as I am a couple of hours east of melbourne, I would be interested in raising some of your babies, as I was very saddened to loose mine yesterday.
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I live in SE subs, Ashburton, and was wondering if you still had any babies left. I have a large enough tank to take about 6. Thanks boof.
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Those requiring postage.
I am sorry for the delay.
Our local post office was held up in a robbery, and as I have told you, working 60+ hrs a week isnt the best.

I will endevour to do my best to get them sorted out ASAP.
I am keeping them in the fridge to buy myself more time.

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Hi Aaron, thought you'd like an update....

The 13 eggs and 1 hatchling are all doing well. I Youtubed brine shrimp hatchery and got a really good vid on a DOY hatch to breed my brine shrimp. The family have had a nice arvo putting it all together. It's bubbling away as I type this and hopefully by tomorrow or the next I will have a good supply ready for my babies.
Many thanks again for giving away your eggs. Be assured they have gone to a good home and I will see to it that they will thrive very happily. Just hope my big Jim doesn't get his nose out of joint.
I will post photos once they have hatched and settled.
Thanks Aaron
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Default Re: EOI : Axie Eggs Melbourne (Australia)

Hi Aaron,
Know worries, when and if you are able to post I will still be happy to get some of your babies, I have got seven babies that the pet shop had, out of the same batch as my original eggs, they are growing well on my bbs, If you do still require homes for any of your broad, I would be happy to raise them as I still have a number of friends that would like one or two, plus a tank at work and two tanks at home.
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Hi.

Sorry to everyone who required postage, i have not had the time to get to the PO in business hours.

At this stage, pick up the only option, as the eggs are ready to hatch, and once hatched they are too delicate IMO to ship.

I have approx 10-30left (stuck to plants and stuff)

Many many apologies.

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BUMPITY BUMP BUMP!

Last call to those looking at getting some babies.

I have approx 20 or more left (hard to count the albinos :P )

If you want them, please leave a msg on my from page, or send a pm
Must be pick up, or I can meet you somewhere with them

(if axies are not accounted for by this time next week they will be disposed of)

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