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Old 09-06-2003, 10:54 PM   #1
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liveaquaria.com's beginner coral pack

would this be a good pack to get as my first corals in a 35g 110 watt pc tank?

http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/p...=22&pCatId=714

thank you very much
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The corals listed would do fine for your tank but I do have to say that 4 corals for $98 seems awful high expecially since shipping is not even included yet.
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I would check out some of the local LFS stores and see what prices they could give you on the exact same items.. I plan on getting that pack as well but having my LFS take care of it as they should only be $15ea or $20ea and you wouldnt even have to pay for shipping.. BTW do you have to QT corals when you bring them home?
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I dont quarinteen corals but you should acclomate them slowly via the drip method. I often acclomate them for an hour or so driping water from the tank into a styrofoam box that the corals are in with the water they where shipped in.
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thanks for the info guys. I'll check out my lfs and some other online stores and try to get a better deal =)
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