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Old 08-07-2012, 04:21 PM   #11
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Old 08-11-2012, 01:16 AM   #12
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I think you need some mushrooms in your tank lol. Looks kinda bare. Lol
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Pass the shrooms I need more lol
those snow flakes are neat
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Yea they spread like wildfire
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How much did you pay? Beautiful clowns.
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I paid $150 for my pair. I know an insane amount for a clown. I could have bought a very similar clown right next to the ones I bought for $20 ea. but I love the snowflakes vibrant color, mine had some blue around the edges of the white, but it has faded some as they have matured, so somewhere down the line I bet there will be blue clowns.
Also I live near Nashville and sustained aquatics is very close to me and I like to support what they are doing. They are kinda like ORA
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Wow. And I thought 50 bucks for a pair of dwarf cichlids was ridiculous.
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