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Old 06-07-2011, 05:40 PM   #1491
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Thanks for that. I'm still hoping, I really liked the little guy. :-( I just don't think he made it. Maybe he jumped into the back compartment, but he's so tiny I can't see if he's in there...

I was hoping to move him into the pico soon too.

On another note, I'm getting closer to getting a mandarin. I'm gonna go look tomorrow while I'm in Daytona. I know the store almost always has ORA ones. I'm def not gonna get a non prepared eating one.
I'm sorry I hope he's ok too! I have a question...I went to the ORA sight and looked at pictures, but didn't read anything...does it stand for something?
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Old 06-07-2011, 05:41 PM   #1492
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lol im almost certian the bugger hitched a ride try luring him out with his favorite food
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Old 06-07-2011, 05:42 PM   #1493
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Yeah it prob does but I don't know what! lol
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Old 06-08-2011, 09:43 AM   #1494
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Thanks for that. I'm still hoping, I really liked the little guy. :-( I just don't think he made it. Maybe he jumped into the back compartment, but he's so tiny I can't see if he's in there...

I was hoping to move him into the pico soon too.

On another note, I'm getting closer to getting a mandarin. I'm gonna go look tomorrow while I'm in Daytona. I know the store almost always has ORA ones. I'm def not gonna get a non prepared eating one.
Carey, what store do you go to in Daytona?
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Old 06-08-2011, 09:57 AM   #1495
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I go to Poseidon on Nova road. they always have a great selection and never any dead fish. lol

Theres also a high end store on nova as well, they carry ORA fish and super expensive frags, just can't remember the name right5 now. I know the owner's name, A.D, but that's it.

have you tried oceans direct in longwood or fishy business? I found oceans to have some really neat stuff. I was there yesterday and saw a platinum clown and a pruple tang.

There's also petman on route 1 on south daytona, they have some neat stuff. They always have naked clownfish it seems, the ones with no stripes at all.

Where do you go?
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I have only been to 3 stores around here. 2 in town, Aqualinks and my preferred store locally is Tanks-A-Lot. I have been to Aquatropics in Gainesville a couple times but they are way over priced. A Rio 2500 up there was 79.99, here in town 59.99. Crazy. I definitely have to chec out a couple of those places next time we take the kids to Daytona.
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Yep, I have a doctors appt there today so it's a good excuse to go shopping! LOL

Just don't know what I'll be getting yet, hope they have some good stuff.
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oops almost forgot, still no sign of the candycane goby. :-( In removing a $17 fish I probably killed a $20 fish. **sigh**
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You may have to break down the tank again if you want to find him. The only fish I can get out of my 24 without a breakdown is my clownfish because he tries to eat my finger :/
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You may have to break down the tank again if you want to find him. The only fish I can get out of my 24 without a breakdown is my clownfish because he tries to eat my finger :/
My black clowns literally jump into my net lol. I love those guys...
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