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Old 06-05-2010, 06:23 PM   #31
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Just checked out the store and am impressed by the prices! Very good deals! And, I live in florida so love the shipping deal!

You need to get more stuff! Some fish and corals and ill be hooked.
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Old 06-05-2010, 07:08 PM   #32
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Matt,

You'll be pleased with the reef cleaners you get!
Maybe John will open two new online stores
ReefFish and ReefCoral to go along with ReefCleaners
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Old 06-05-2010, 08:05 PM   #33
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Yes, I was very pleased with the cleaners. Very low prices (lowest I have ever seen!) and great variety. I may get a few more hermits and snails soon.

Yes, a fish and coral store would be great!
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Old 06-06-2010, 05:43 PM   #34
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forgot to say ty for the contest and the gift certificate. you guys rock. i shall be ordering in a bit once my tank is ready,
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:37 PM   #35
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Can we ask questions here? Or are you guys too busy having fun with your pac-man game? lol
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I believe the constest is over. I'm sure John would be happy to answer your questions.
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Alrighty then.. Here's my question(s)

I notice you have mangroves for sale. Only thing is, my refugium is well.. pretty small. Certainly not enough room for 5 mangroves. Anyway you could sell me two of them? Maybe even one? But on the other hand.. i'm considering just buying that nano pack of macro algae. 2 mangroves and those other cool macros sounds good to me. I'm definitely looking for diversity in my fuge.. so i think i might just go that route.

Also, what's up with those limpets? I've seen a couple discussions on how limpets ate soft coral?

Last question, how much space would one of those fuzzy chitons need? That thing looks awesome and i definitely want one, but my display tank lacks in a TON of live rock, and my refugium is 10 gallons. Think one would do good in my DT or fuge?
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We have a nano refugium pack, it has 2 mangroves. Having a limpet is like having a snail, or having a crab, the species matters. I have heard the same thing, but about SPS corals. No one had a species name though or any info on where they sourced that information so I don't know which limpets they were talked about, but they aren't black ribbed limpets. How big is your tank?
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Well my main tank is 25 gallons, and it's pretty spacious. My refugium is about 10 gallons, but with the baffles it's probably about 6 gallons of space. I also have no clue about which species of limpets were the culprits, i just saw a discussion that talked about limpets eating soft coral.. that's all.
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Is that your tank in the avatar? If so I probably wouldn't they don't like to travel on sand.
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