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Old 02-01-2013, 09:52 PM   #11
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Holy cow! That's a nice tank!!!! I gotta see how big the marine betta is when I go tomorrow but if he's too small I'm not gonna chance it. Don't wanna feel guilty for accidentally killing a baby fish! But I'm really excited now that I see his. Also that goby is really cool!
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:00 PM   #12
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Holy cow! That's a nice tank!!!! I gotta see how big the marine betta is when I go tomorrow but if he's too small I'm not gonna chance it. Don't wanna feel guilty for accidentally killing a baby fish! But I'm really excited now that I see his. Also that goby is really cool!
Yeah they have some awesome fish. It has an amazing stock!
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:55 AM   #13
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Headed out in a bit to go check him out. If he's bigger than my clowns ill buy him. Just worried that he's seriously small. My friend works there and told me he had one so I haven't seen him in person. I'll probably end up buying corals too. I have an addiction..... Lol.
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Headed out in a bit to go check him out. If he's bigger than my clowns ill buy him. Just worried that he's seriously small. My friend works there and told me he had one so I haven't seen him in person. I'll probably end up buying corals too. I have an addiction..... Lol.
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Old 02-02-2013, 03:57 PM   #15
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Boooooo!!!! He was so tiny they had him in with seahorses. On sale for $35 because he's just too tiny. He was maybe an inch. Didn't want to chance him in my tank. I'm sure he could've hidden well but then I wouldn't be able to tell if he was eating and I was too worried with the power heads. But (like I said I would) I got a bright orange ricordia. It's acclimating now. I'm going to still look for a marine betta but I doubt I'll find a captive bred one.
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:33 PM   #16
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liveaquaria.com and thatfishplace.com have them- you could try aquabid through Amazon as well....
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They have captive bred ones? I'll have to check it out. Thx! Here's the ricordia I bought. Not a betta but still satisfying to my addiction.
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They have captive bred ones? I'll have to check it out. Thx! Here's the ricordia I bought. Not a betta but still satisfying to my addiction.
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Not too sure if they are captive bred or not. I know my lfs' is captive bred and spoiled rotten!!
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Buy it and mail it to me!!! Lol. I looked them up. Not captive bred. But if they are eating then I'd get them. I have a credit with bluezoo. I might see if I can possibly call them. Dunno if I'd have luck getting through to someone who knew though. My birthday is Wednesday so maybe i will call.
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