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Old 04-15-2011, 11:24 PM   #271
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How about this deal?

Oceanic Bio Cubes | Nano Reef Aquariums | PetSolutions

it comes with a $30 gift card and free shipping. It makes a new setup about $220.

Sound like a good deal?
thats a pretty good deal
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Old 04-15-2011, 11:25 PM   #272
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We're talking about the goby right? I'd love to have a pair they are precious! They are only $20 too.

I'm totally re-thinking the mandarin so I might have more room than I thought in the cube to play with.
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thats a pretty good deal

The $30 gift card is for their store for new fish. lol Still a good deal. Should be here by wednesday
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Yeah, Red striped, trimma, candycane goby. All the same guy.
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i was looking at maybe getting one of those red sea max setups for my next tank if i dont find a good deal on a bigger tank before then
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Old 04-15-2011, 11:29 PM   #276
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I'd hang on for the bigger tank hack. it will be SO worth it in the end. I'm already planning my last tank, a 125g reef.
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Yeah, Red striped, trimma, candycane goby. All the same guy.

if I put a pair of clowns and a blenny how many of the candycane gobies do you think i could get? I also think i want a shrimp
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I say 2 with the others. They are so tiny though they'd get lost in that tank so fast.

What kind of shrimp?
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I'm not sure. Theres so many types. I like my peppermints but I'd like something different. Sexy shrimp are real small too arent they?
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About the size of the trimma goby, they like to be in trios
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