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Old 01-21-2008, 09:46 PM   #11
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10 bucks for an emerald crab, 6 dollars for a mexican turbo snail, 4 dollars for a scarelet reef hermit - nothing around here is under 3 bucks - lol
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Old 01-21-2008, 10:08 PM   #12
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Ordered from www.saltwaterfish.com a month ago and had good luck. A couple non-survivors were refunded to me since they have a 2 week gaurantee, but most everything else is doing great. I've ordered from them several times. Like the freebies.
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I don't think I would be shopping at that LFS either! Those prices are way too high! I would definately order from an online source.
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etropicals raised there prices overnight, lol - just when I was waiting for a good time to order
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I am needing to order my cleanup crew soon. From California to Washington State. But I am going to wait a month because the low in my hometown last night was only 5 degrees with a high of 27 I will wait until the high reaches at least 50 with freezing temperatures the shipping container will come pretty close to freezing even with heat packs. And the ideal temp is 78+ so even shipping in 50degree weather is taking a chance in my opinion.
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