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Gold Victory Platy

Availability: 20 in stock
Delivery date: 3-5 working days
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  • Fish shown is stock images only, colour and size may vary
  • Shipping of Live fish is same day or overnight Courier at a flat fee of R200 to be selected at check out unless collection.
  • Shipping will only comence once all stock selected is available and full payment received to send as a single complete parcel. Split shipping will incure additional costs.
  • Shipping dates we strive for as soon as possible from Monday to Thursday only. No shipping is done on weekends or public holidays.
  • Collection is our prefered method and notice will be sent when order is ready.
  • Any issues to be reported on the day of arrival for our attention. Regretybly there is no return on livestock and is non refundible. 
  • Should there be any DOA, a credit will be provided if reported on delivery date and accompanied with photographs. 
  • Please note images shown is for illustration purposes only and does not neccessary reflect the exact fish that you are purchasing. 
  • Fish compatibilty is your responsibilty for the correct selection of fish, if you are unsure we are happy to advise on the right mix.
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