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Old 02-10-2012, 11:12 PM   #21
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Old 02-11-2012, 12:13 AM   #22
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Nice fish! Congrats on your new additions!
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Where in Washington did you find these guys? Or did you get them online?
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Where in Washington did you find these guys? Or did you get them online?
I ordered them from The Wet Spot, but its in Portland. I live too far away to justify the trip, but I have heard the store is AWESOME!
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They can do pretty affordable shipping to Washington too, can't they?
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I paid $15 for UPS ground shipping. I got them the next day and they were in an insulated box with heat packs in it too. So, I figured that was pretty reasonable. Its certainly cheaper than me summoning up the gas money to get to Portland.
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Those clowns are cool! I didn't realize they were going to be that small. The habrosus are adorable. Have you seen your otos shoal around with them? Mine do sometimes. It's neat

The store is so awesome..It's the FW fish store of my dreams!
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Yes, I do see the otos with the cories!
Yeah, the clown killis were sooooooooo tiny. They have colored up nicely though. It may be my imagination, but I feel like they are getting bigger now which is cool.
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They are so small they actually make my ember tetras look big! Lol.
That's a small fish!

Can't wait to see them in their habitat.
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That's a small fish!

Can't wait to see them in their habitat.
Too bad they won't sit still for me to get more pictures. Lol. But yeah, the cories do look better in the tank than in that picture where the bag is sitting on top of a Sham Wow. Lol.
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