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Old 03-02-2007, 02:33 AM   #11
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And sometimes the hobby can surprise you. A piece of rubble that I purchased for my refugium made it to the main tank and lo and behold after a few months 5 small frogspawn heads developed (completely different color than the one frogspawn I have)
I wish I was that lucky. I've gotten some lr rubble (for free) from my lfs and the only time it ever had coral on it was one rock with one zoo on it, and it's not even a colorful one!!! lol stupid brown zoos....
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Old 03-02-2007, 09:52 PM   #12
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The local hobbiest around me sell candy cane and frogspawn for $5 a head or $15-20 for a 4-5 heads. Zoos range from $5-20 and acros $15-20 for 1-2" pieces. Leathers are $8-10.

BTW, I have sold frags here during the summer months, the last 2 years. I do make trips to Nashville on occasion and and frogspawn is all over up here. I have frogspawn, hammer and blue candy cane in my frag tank right now.
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frogspawn and hammer are two that I have always wanted! wow why do you come down here to TN?
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Old 03-02-2007, 11:50 PM   #14
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My best friend lives in Spring Hill so I travel down every so often. I could ship you some but shipping sort of ruins it unless you get more than one item.
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Old 03-03-2007, 07:11 PM   #15
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A lot of the LFSs around me seem to occasionally have sales where corals that have been around a while are $39.99, which isn't a bad deal. I'm in the process of trying to buy some on ebay and so far prices are ranging from $10-$35, although the auctions aren't over yet! I have seen some nice larger frags for $40-80.
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