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Old 09-13-2011, 03:08 PM   #1
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WANTED: Scott's Fairy Wrasse

Good day everyone!!

I hope all is well on the forum and everybody’s tanks are thriving with life!

Not sure if this is the right area to post this but my boss is in search of a Scott's Fairy Wrasse from the Cook Islands and it's up to me to find one!

Upon my extensive research i have found that this little guy is terribly hard to acquire. I've shopped Hi and Low around the metroplex and I’ve called numerous online vendors... I'm almost beside myself.. No one seems to have one and if they do, it's the wrong one.

Is there anyone that can help me locate one of these? I'm trying my best but still getting no luck.

I can see why he wants one so bad though. They are very beautiful and would make a great addition to his reef tank.

Thank you all very much.

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I think aquacon.com is the only place where you can pick which locale they are from.

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