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Old 02-23-2004, 10:10 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Wally
Do you go the Mystic Marine Life aquarium often? I used to be a member.
i was there just yesterday! they had an amazing queen angel. the place looks so much better since theyve overhauled it!

thanks for all the sites and the advise. what about some queen conch? from what i have read on them it sounds like they do a good job on detritus, which is where im having my main problem right now (must be all the new LR!) however, just the name sounds imposing- and large! i dont want anything thats going to plow down my tank.

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A fighting Conch does not get as large, he gets his name from the protrusions on his shell not his aggression.

I loved the calypso replica and the deep water exhibit.....used to go often when I lived in Manchester.


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I have to say that I had an incredible experience with reeftopia.com, im not much for plugs but those guys were great to deal with an stomped everyone elses prices.
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Old 02-28-2004, 11:52 PM   #14
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Make sure to look at eTropicals.com, they are the cheaper side of LiveAquaria.com and have a special package that includes free shipping for only $60 worth of stuff. I have bought two rounds and both have been flawless.

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