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Old 06-14-2007, 09:43 AM   #1
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More LFS pictures (not dial up freindly, sorry)

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Seriously blazey, you're taking up too much bandwidth with all the pictures.
mr. devilishturtles said I take up to much bandwith
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anyways, here are some more LFS pictures, these are not all of them because my mom is hogging the computer with all my pictures

24 gallon nano reef with seahorses

finger coral? I am still learning my corals. I learned my fish now I'm learning all the millions of corals



this adorable GBR, he was following my camera everywhere and was very photogenic...and very pretty



his companion neon tetras



Some angels that were looking for food




a rainbow (I have more pictures of rainbows to come later)... what species?


Looks at ALL THIS MUSHROOM that is a 90gall it took over lol. I asked about it (it USED to be a fowlr LOL) Alex (employee) said that a lady came in and gave it to them all from her 55 gall because her son didnt like that tank...he wanted turtles anyways so she got a lot of store credit...


Peppermint shrimp?

Scarlet Skunk Cleaner

Some brown zoo's. What are those orange polyps sticking up?

seahorses



more to come soon all the SW fishie pictures and a few more FW pictures
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The Angels look especially great.
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Old 06-14-2007, 10:07 PM   #3
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Great picture of the shrimp!
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Great pictures! BTW devilshturtles is a female.
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Ahem...yeah, I'm a girl blazey. See my name? It's okay, that's why the name is there cause everyone thought I was a guy. Haha.

Great pics. That is indeed a peppermint shrimp, which is cool. They aren't too easy to find now after Katrina, most of them got wiped out from the storm. My LFS gets a few every once in a while but while they used to be around $4 a piece they are now around $10.

Those red mushrooms are hard to find too! I need to make a trip to *looks up your location* Nashville and check that store out. lol
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yes you do! LOL really that "shroom" is hard to find? I see them all the time here...and peppermint shrimp here are like $20 something....
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Red shrooms, atleast from what I've seen, bring a pretty penny!!! They aren't that common anywhere around here.

When I bought my initial peppermint shrimp long ago, I paid $3 a piece for them...that's how common they were. My LFS now sells them for $10 usually, but I've seen them higher elsewhere. $20...that's just crazy.
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Red shrooms, atleast from what I've seen, bring a pretty penny!!! They aren't that common anywhere around here.

When I bought my initial peppermint shrimp long ago, I paid $3 a piece for them...that's how common they were. My LFS now sells them for $10 usually, but I've seen them higher elsewhere. $20...that's just crazy.
yep, the cheep shrimp is $15 and thats the coral banded shrimp... now you understand why I dont have any shrimp yet, they cost as much, or more than the fish
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Would love to pay $15 for shrimp. We have a typical cost in Alaska running around $20 - $28 depending on the "sale".
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