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Old 12-06-2011, 08:24 PM   #441
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Old 12-11-2011, 11:44 AM   #442
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Hello i had a question about corals

At my lfs they have a HUGE reef tank as a show tank, but they grow corals in there and sell them. The only problem is that they sell the corals at an insanely high price. 15 bucks for a tiny frag??! 40 bucks for polyps?!? It is pretty much the only lfs with saltwater around here so i think they take advantage of their location. Anyways i want corals, but i have no idea where i would be able to find some cool ones. Does live aquaria have some fair prices?

I really like polyps, frog spawn, torch corals, mushrooms, brain coral, yellow tube coral, and duncans....

Are these good/simple/cheap corals for me? Thank you
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:17 PM   #443
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Hi asking on forums like this may help as some one may have some frags they could sell you cheaply. Also do you have fish clubs or similar idea where members may swap frags etc?
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:56 PM   #444
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Hi asking on forums like this may help as some one may have some frags they could sell you cheaply. Also do you have fish clubs or similar idea where members may swap frags etc?
Ps Nu Nu the Eel you have to many P/Ms in your inbox so i cannot P/M you
Ya any frag would be awesome! I dont care what it is and i dont think we have any clubs like that.... :/ i would love to find a place to buy frags cheap

I have deleted the whole inbox! Haha
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Hi you could 'google' fish clubs and see what comes up? you may get lucky
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Haha okay i will try it! I dont know of many people who even own fish tanks so i doubt there is a club
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Old 12-15-2011, 11:25 PM   #447
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K guys christmas is nearing...time to pull out the list! So far im trying to get
Rwfractometer
Rodi unit
Reef salt (suggestions??)
Fluval heater (suggestions??)
Live rock!!

EDIT: we hae the AC 70, what do we need for it? Purigen and foam or somthing? Could someone post a link? Thanks
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Old 12-16-2011, 02:35 AM   #448
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K guys christmas is nearing...time to pull out the list! So far im trying to get
Rwfractometer
Rodi unit
Reef salt (suggestions??)
Fluval heater (suggestions??)
Live rock!!

EDIT: we hae the AC 70, what do we need for it? Purigen and foam or somthing? Could someone post a link? Thanks
Go with baserock, it takes around the same amount of time to cycle if its not cured. Aqueon Pros are really good heaters. I use reef crystals in my aggressive reef. That's bout all lol
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Go with baserock, it takes around the same amount of time to cycle if its not cured. Aqueon Pros are really good heaters. I use reef crystals in my aggressive reef. That's bout all lol
If i cant find a 2$/lb deal, i will go mostly base rock. And aqueon eh? Ill look into it! And how big of a box of reef crystals? Thanks for chiming in ibrahim
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If i cant find a 2$/lb deal, i will go mostly base rock. And aqueon eh? Ill look into it! And how big of a box of reef crystals? Thanks for chiming in ibrahim
Np. I buy 50g bags once every few months.
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