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Old 07-21-2012, 07:13 PM   #11
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I havnt... though i have a couple of buds that have... and they are not falsely advertising.. they are a whole sale distributer, have hundreds or coral at rock bottom prices. I keep meaning too but they are not open to the public so you have to schuedual an appointment. However with that said my friend tested the water that was with his frags had a zero on both phosphates and nitrates here in erie thats unheard of in our area when it comes to fish stores.
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:17 PM   #12
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On another source note.. dont bother visiting buzz in bees here way over priced and selection is horrible ..tanks are poorly maintained they sell live rock thats not even live just sitting in water.. we also have a store called sea cave but they are way over priced but their husbandry is there. I find mysrlf buying online from bluzoo.
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:20 PM   #13
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Just a small 46 gallon bowfront mixed reef with 2 zebra barred dartfish 1 rainfords goby and a green mandarin. About 30-35 different kinds of coral and a 20 gallon extra high that's being made into a seahorse tank. Also have some yellow labs and peacocks
Alsi have a german shedder and a black lab as well as a lilac crowned amazon green parrot.. dont tell it that though he think his a human.
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:20 PM   #14
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Yes me too. Bluezooaquatics.com for fish and reefs2go.com for inverts.. for corals since I'm beginning to frag and about to start working on some frag tanks in my garage I'm gonna use cherrycorals.com and sexycorals.com to get stuff people around here don't ever see and maybe make some money
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:23 PM   #15
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Yes me too. Bluezooaquatics.com for fish and reefs2go.com for inverts.. for corals since I'm beginning to frag and about to start working on some frag tanks in my garage I'm gonna use cherrycorals.com and sexycorals.com to get stuff people around here don't ever see and maybe make some money
Thought about that with just inverts since they charge retarded priced for them.
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Just a small 46 gallon bowfront mixed reef with 2 zebra barred dartfish 1 rainfords goby and a green mandarin. About 30-35 different kinds of coral and a 20 gallon extra high that's being made into a seahorse tank. Also have some yellow labs and peacocks
The fish in your first pic is absolutely gorgeous!!! What kind of fish is that? I can't wait to see pics of the seahorse tank, I can't wait to have a saltwater tank!!!
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Which pic? Lol from the description I'm guessing my mandarin dragonette
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