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Old 08-08-2009, 08:59 PM   #11
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I would get a cleaner as I find them more fun than peps. Don't know why, but I just do. Try the pickling lime method for your aiptasia.
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What is the cost of sexy shrimp, cleaner shrimp or fire shrimp. I went with peppermint to get rid of my apitasia and it worked.
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Sexy shrimp are big bucks no matter where you go IMO. Cleaners are only $7-$15. Fires are about the same as cleaners I think.
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Over here in Aus everything SW is expensive. Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp: $170. *faint* Flame Angel: $110. *faint* Emperor Angel: $250! *die on floor from cost induced convulsions*
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Yes it is sad. Well I am off now to get my peppermint shrimp; or some other shrimp, you know impulse buying!!!!!!!!!

I am also getting a new clown.

I will let you know what I get when I come home.
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Old 08-08-2009, 10:06 PM   #16
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Old 08-09-2009, 12:34 AM   #17
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Over here in Aus everything SW is expensive. Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp: $170. *faint* Flame Angel: $110. *faint* Emperor Angel: $250! *die on floor from cost induced convulsions*
Shipping is a pain.wait....don't you guys have a pretty big reef over there somewhere. I think I heard some kind of rummor. for that kind of money ditch the tank and buy scuba gear.lol
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I'm back from the LFS

Well I'm about 3,000km or 34 hours drive. Big day trip. I do go SCUBA diving in Melbourne. Not the same as the reef.

I have just got back with my shopping no milk, no bread but I did pick up a clown (black and white)
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And guess what shrimp I got.

Both are in the middle of getting to know my tank (in their bags)
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Banded coral shrimp?
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Well I'm about 3,000km or 34 hours drive. Big day trip. I do go SCUBA diving in Melbourne. Not the same as the reef.
oh yeah....that is a pretty big country you have down there.....nice clown and coral banded. watch him they can be pretty mean.

day dream.....wishing I was only 34 hours away from THE reef.....I think I could do it in 30.
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