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Old 06-13-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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I'm both new to Savannah (just over a year) and new to aquariums (starting fishless cycle). I was wondering if there was an aquarium club in the area and where is the best place to get fish locally?
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Old 06-13-2012, 12:02 PM   #2
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Not too sure about Savannah! Though you're lucky to live there. I'm not too far from you. What are you keeping
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Old 06-13-2012, 01:27 PM   #3
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I've just started cycling a 5.5 gallon tank that will be planted. I want Endler livebearers, shrimp (red cherry or ghost) and a snail (not sure what type yet).
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Hi! I have a pair of endlers. I got them at Exotic Underworlds on Montgomery Crossroads. Its a great place to buy. I also have Mystery snails and ghost shrimp. Ghost shrimp are cheapest at petsmart btw.
it is TERRIBLY DIFFICULT to find a female endler at the moment. Keep checking exotic underworlds though. There is also another store in Richmond Hill that trades equipment and has some pretty good variety of fish.
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the Mystery snail is least likely to eat your live plants. They go for the dead parts, which is helpful.
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Hi! I have a pair of endlers. I got them at Exotic Underworlds on Montgomery Crossroads. Its a great place to buy. I also have Mystery snails and ghost shrimp. Ghost shrimp are cheapest at petsmart btw.
it is TERRIBLY DIFFICULT to find a female endler at the moment. Keep checking exotic underworlds though. There is also another store in Richmond Hill that trades equipment and has some pretty good variety of fish.
Thanks, I live up in Rincon, so I haven't been able to get to exotic underworlds yet, but I have heard about it. I don't really want female endlers at the moment. I don't really have anything to do with the fry when it comes along. I will look into the mystery snail.
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my snails laid two clutches int he last week. sooooo if you are interested, I could give you some babies.
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now i have four clutches. gee whiz.
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there is Atlanta Aquarium in Duluth, on pleasant hill dr.
its all saltwater, reef and all those. a really nice shop if you or anyone drives by there.
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there is Atlanta Aquarium in Duluth, on pleasant hill dr.
its all saltwater, reef and all those. a really nice shop if you or anyone drives by there.
Thanks for the heads up! I will be that way next month to go to the aquarium!
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