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Old 04-19-2006, 10:24 AM   #11
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Andos99, yes. I've been there many times and the last time was last week. However, they no longer handle SW anything. It's all FW. I was really disappointed as I bought most of my fish there 18 years ago when I had my 55 gallon.
The one I'm talking about is called ABOUT THE REEF, I think and it's on West Thomas someplace. I hope to hit it sometime next week if not this weekend.

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Old 04-25-2006, 05:35 PM   #12
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the new aquarium/log flume ride

I finally have water in my tank... now if I could get this small leak from the overflow stopped, I'd be set.

I have an Oceanic 75g RR tank, MegaFlow sump, ASM G2 Skimmer, stand, canopy, and 60lbs of base rock.

Someday I'll add fishies.
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I still highly recommend pets inc. on Mill Ave in the Tempe area. They have pretty good selections of FW and SW fish. I've pretty much been using them exclusively now.
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Old 05-22-2006, 04:22 PM   #14
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Shoot if I could manage to get my tank up and running any time soon I would love to check out some of those places. The lfs here in casa grande is kind of small and tailors more towards dogs, cats and birds than fish.
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Last time i was at ocean floor i was very impressed by their fish selection and setups, but i almost threw up upon walking into their reptile section, it appeared that their employees were either afraid of the animals or didnt care, One of the tarantulas (a very slow growing species) had at least 4 molts in its enclosure, which would have taken more than 2 months to accumulate. Another small problem is the stench, it should NOT smell like that :/. Besides the reptiles though, the rest of the store definitely impressed me.

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