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Discussion in 'Corals' started by buddy08, Dec 7, 2011.

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    know any reputable sources for healthy sps frags? Want to buy some more sps corals now that my tank is ready for them but not impressed with what i have here locally in my LFS's
     
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    What are you looking for?
     
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    bonsai, tri color acros, anything branching that is colorful
     
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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    Whoa they have wicked nice stuff but steep prices. Yikes.
     
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    you aint lying....wow, little steep for my budget. any others? may have to get into a drunk bidding war on ebay again ;D
     
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    Vivid has nice stuff, and they are super cool people.
     
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    I like vivids selection. May have to order from there. Question, in a march of 2012, i will be moving and of course the tank is going with me. Should i hold off on the acros until after the move? I had a local friend who lost a mess load of sps when he moved and it was across town...I will be moving across state!
     
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    I've moved a bunch of SPS, never lost anything, it's all in how you move.
     
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    just figured id use a bunch of coolers, powerheads, and air stones and will replace the sand with new sand after the move
     
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    I like saltcritters.com they are very close to me from around Indianapolis. Usually have great variety and cheap on the budgy.
     
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