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Jdub1239
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gsp and ceylon

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I'm looking for a large gsp or ceylon. Anybody know where I could find one?

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Re: gsp and ceylon

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Ceylons are few & far between. Some folks have been lucky enough to spot a Ceylon among F8s: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=34806

GSPs are quite common & found in most LFS. Be sure to find a healthy one!
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Re: gsp and ceylon

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We see them regularly here, can get them all year round. Weird how you guys have trouble getting them there.
It's amazing how easy maintenance is. If done regularly and thoroughly

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Re: gsp and ceylon

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Where about are you in Wisconsin? There are places you can watch like http://bestfish.com/arrivals.php also watch some of the smaller LFS, they occasionally get them in as F8 puffers.
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