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Old 03-12-2011, 08:02 PM   #91
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What about Aquaria Studio here in Orlando? That's the one I'm always going to
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Old 03-12-2011, 08:11 PM   #92
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I hadn't heard of that one. Do they have a webpage? Gotta see where in orlando it is. Do you get your stock there? Are they truthful? Do they have the black clowns and a good selection fish? How about corals?

LOL As you can tell I'm desperate for a good place. especially if I can get the lowdown before I go...

Thanks so much!
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Live aquaria's diver's den has a pair of black and white clowns. You can read all about their facility right on the website. Diver's Den is probably the only place Id buy because it is "what you see is what you get".
http://www.liveaquaria.com/diversden...+3&ddid=114620
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Old 03-12-2011, 09:48 PM   #94
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ORA too! That's probably why the price is what it is, added it's a mated pair already
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That's a good price and divers den has great quarantine procedures. I bought ORA B&W's for the same price
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Old 03-12-2011, 10:17 PM   #96
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Grrr now I'm kinda torn. They are in stock which is rare online, I've been looking for awhile now. They are kinda pricey though. Not sure I've got that much right now. Close though....I hate having to make these decisions. i also dont have a qt tank anymore so they would have to go right in the DT.
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Grrr now I'm kinda torn. They are in stock which is rare online, I've been looking for awhile now. They are kinda pricey though. Not sure I've got that much right now. Close though....I hate having to make these decisions. i also dont have a qt tank anymore so they would have to go right in the DT.
If you don't have a QT, then don NOT do it! Money is one thing, but no QT tank may cost you more then what you will be paying now
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I hadn't heard of that one. Do they have a webpage? Gotta see where in orlando it is. Do you get your stock there? Are they truthful? Do they have the black clowns and a good selection fish? How about corals?

LOL As you can tell I'm desperate for a good place. especially if I can get the lowdown before I go...

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Well, I didn't see the BW clowns there, I would have told you otherwise
But yeah, so far they have been great and they do have corals.
They do have a webpage: http://aquaria-studio.com/index.htm
When you talk to them (Aquaria, not ocean blue) just tell em The blond girl that shows up there at least once a week (sometimes with her boyfriend) send you, I'm sure they know who that is HAHAHAHAHAHA
They usually cut me deals bc I'm there soooo often. They may be able to tell you when they are getting BW clowns.

But like I said: do NOT do anything w/o a QT tank! Doesnt matter how good a place is, a risk is a risk is a risk
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I will try that orlando place hopefully next week. Thanks for the great lead! Shop looks immaculate and very well taken care of.

My qt i am switching over cause the current tenant isnt gonna get any better so I'm making his last days/weeks/months as happy as I can.

That place doesnt do its own qt protocol? One of my guys in daytona actually treats the fish adn holds them a few days. Thats why I was keen to buy from him.

Also keep in mind too that I have no fish now and very very few corals. I check my water twice a day (I know way too much but I'm way too bored), I do water changes every week at least....I think other than high phosphates my tank is in pretty good shape. And I'm working on the phos.
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Check out their acclimation/quarantine process

http://www.liveaquaria.com/videocenter/
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