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Old 08-05-2011, 08:01 PM   #21
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$20 in PA, had mine since March or so. Lives with 2 sebae clowns, and 3 pj cardinals. Clowns don't really see it as a threat, will chase the PJs, but not the mandarin.
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Old 08-05-2011, 08:07 PM   #22
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$20 in PA, had mine since March or so. Lives with 2 sebae clowns, and 3 pj cardinals. Clowns don't really see it as a threat, will chase the PJs, but not the mandarin.
I have yet to see one in pa.. im in the north west
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Old 08-05-2011, 08:13 PM   #23
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I have yet to see one in pa.. im in the north west
I'm in NorthEast PA, and can get them in my LFS. I'm pretty sure they also sell them at ThatFishPlace in lancaster, pa.

Synchiropus splendidus "Blue Mandarin Dragonet" - Medium | Dragonettes | Saltwater Fish | Aquarium Livestock - ThatPetPlace.com

just checked, yeah they have them a little bit more money than I paid.
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Im in erie we have very few lfs to chose from
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I know your pain. My LFS is closing. It is 10minutes away. The next closest one might be an hour. Thatfishplace is 1.5hrs away. Not sure what I'll do when they close next month.
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Old 08-05-2011, 08:43 PM   #26
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I know your pain. My LFS is closing. It is 10minutes away. The next closest one might be an hour. Thatfishplace is 1.5hrs away. Not sure what I'll do when they close next month.
I don't know how far buffalo is for you but you should check out saltwater paradise.. web site is the name
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If I did get it I would make sure it got to the rocks safely and hopefully find its home. My grouper wont eat if his stomachs full, so Ill just have to make sure it is until he gets used to the mandarind. Same with bird wrasse and trigger. Any suggestions to help lower aggression?
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Any suggestions to help lower the aggression?
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