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Old 01-22-2012, 09:42 AM   #1
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Salt Critters or Mr. Coral ???

Anyone ever order corals from saltcritters.com or Mr.coral.com?? They have quite a selection of corals! Were you happy with them? I'm getting another itch to buy more coral!

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I get mine from reefs2go they are prettygood

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If its salty critters in vermillion Ohio been there a few times. Top notch stuff good staff
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I have bought from saltcritters.com before. I have just now gotten into corals, and found the company through someone (I forget who it was) talking about it here on the forum. After researching the company, I found that it was about a half hour away from where I attend college! I ended up ordering about ~$110 worth of $5 and $10 frags, and paid $10 for a local pickup option. I was very happy with the pickup, everything was nicely packed, and all was well. I got home, and acclimated them and put them in the tank (90 gal). I have LED's, as does saltcritters.com to grow their frags. They are all nice and bright when I have just the blues on!

For $5 for each frag, I couldn't go wrong, especially since I'm just starting out. Hope this will help you!
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