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Old 02-24-2005, 01:02 PM   #1
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Algae wafers bought online?

Anyone know of a place to get algae wafers in bulk online cheap? I knew of a place a while ago that did that, but I can't find the address anywhere. Any help is appreciated. thanks

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Try here: http://www.kensfish.com/bits2.html
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not sure if this is the same site, but the prices are very similar, thanks a lot. I should be ordering shortly,

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Kensfish is great - excellent source for food and breeding/shipping supplies.
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They also have good filter stuff and almost anything you need.
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Try this one too: http://www.jehmco.com/ They also cary FD krill, plankton, etc.
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