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Old 04-21-2006, 09:59 PM   #11
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http://www.tampabaysaltwater.com/ ?

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http://www.tampabaysaltwater.com/ ?
they have some great looking lr also

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I just bought 125lbs of Haitian LR from these guys. It was reasonably priced and shipping was free to my local airport. It is wild rock, not aquacultured and came in a lot of different shapes.

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Ive bought all my Rocks from Liverocks.com but they are out

I bought from fosters and smith and Blue zoo. I purchased about 90lbs. of marshall island form Blue zoo aquatics and was very impressed.... Fosters was good too but for my money Blue zoo is the way to go... nice people very responsive...
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Well I have heard great things about both tampa bay saltwater and live aquaria. I think if I had to purchase some new rock I would look at both and figure out which was cheaper overall. If they were teh same price then I think I woudl go with tamba bay cause I have heard good things and there is jsut somehting that makes me think they woudl be a bit more worth it.

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Having done both the wild indo rock and the aquacultured... here's my .02 cents...
Aquacultured has a wild variety of hitch hikers and a better survival rate of them... incredible colors on the corralline too, but, it's very dense. I like that on one hand, it makes a great foundation for complicated structures, but I think I'm going to mix and match on the 135, put my 180lbs of florida rock on the bottom and go with another 120lbs or so marshall islands or haitian for the mid level and top rock. The porosity of natural live rock can't be beat, and the Marshall Islanders are getting good coaching on sustainable harvest. I will NOT support any more stripping of fiji island stuff though.

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