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Thread: New additions!

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    Default New additions!


    0 Not allowed!
    Lucky me!

    A fellow reefer has decided to open a store in his basement so folks from my area wouldn't have to drive to the city to get reasonably priced fish.

    He's just starting, but his prices are decent. I topped off my reef tank today with a carpenters wrasse for $25 and a hectors goby for $20. Also picked up a cleaner shrimp for $20. There are still better prices in the city, but this is a great deal compared to what my lfs has.

    The wrasse ate an hour after being acclimatised, and while the goby didn't eat, he's not hiding either. I'm fairly confident they are going to be fine.

    New fish! Excited! lol

    Sorry, lights are out now, so no pics for you yet...

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    0 Not allowed!
    You know,.... I think there just might be a forum rule against posting about newly added fish without including pics

    JK

    That's a very nice wrasse you got

    I'm looking forward to pics when you can
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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