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Old 04-19-2006, 01:04 PM   #1
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Since Liverocks.com isnt available, who do you guys recommen

Ive bought all my Rocks from Liverocks.com but they are out of biz right now because of the hurricane. So who should I order liverocks from now?
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liveaquari.com and marinedepotlive.com have some good lr
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That's www.liveaquaria.com.

I've heard great stuff about their LR.
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Yeah live aquaria, is pretty nice rock for an okay price.
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i have herd good things about liveaquari.com persinaly i dont like spending that kind of $ whithout seeing it first when i got mine i went to the lfs and payd the same as i would have at liveaquari.com

p.s. wer in the same town i would be happy to give you the name of the lfs
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On getting LR shipped. If it is cured do we still need to "re-cure" it, or can I just plop it in my tank...?
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you should recure it even if its cured befor shipping will couse dieoff
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I saw some LR that somebody got from Tampa Bay on this site and it was some good looking rock. Dont remember the web site
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