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GFP Axolotls For sale $20

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I have the following axolotls for sale. $20 each. Discounts on orders of 3 or more. They are all 3-4 inches right now. Eating live blackworms and pellets.

GFP wildtype (8 left)
GFP melanoid (2 left)
GFP leucistic (6 left)
GFP albinos. (10 left)

Priority shipping for one is $15. Priority shipping for 2 or more is $20.
Express shipping is available upon request.
 

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Currently I have the following left:
(more will be available in about a month)

4 dark GFP wiltypes
2 GFP leucistics
 

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Is it permissible for me to discuss with you via pm?
 

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Hi, I'm planning a 65 gallon axolotl habitat, but I want to make sure none of the axolotls in it are related so I don't have to worry about having inbred babies lol. Do you know if these are related to any of the following (I only have 'lotls from two of them so it's nbd if they're related to the other two)

Michael's axolotls
Marge's axolotls
St. Mary's College of Maryland's stock
Aquapharm's stock
 
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