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Old 06-16-2010, 08:19 AM   #11
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On the original order the macro algae was find, not so for the clams or pods. 1 of six clams survived, half the bristleworms, micro hermits and snails survived.

The second package arrived on time and everthing was great. Pods were active, clams burried themselves within minutes of hitting the sand bed, pods were active and are doing great in the sump. The bag of pods I put in the DT were somewhat gobbled up, but I now see them in the pod pile after lights out when I shine a light in the pile.

Kudos to IPSF for the packaging and the re-ship.

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