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Tank tour

Discussion in 'Waterloo / Cedar Falls Area' started by matt1971, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. matt1971 Well-Known ReefKeeper

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    This was definately a worthwhile event. I have already forgot the names of the web sites we discussed for zoas/mushrooms/etc. though. If any members didn't get to make it today and want to see mine (lots of mushrooms)- just pm me. If anyone saw something they liked and would want it or a piece of it just let me know... I like to trade.
     
  2. DavidM199

    DavidM199 Well-Known ReefKeeper

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    I had a good time too. I think we need to do a group order here in a couple of weeks

    Thanks to everyone that stopped by
     
  3. xroads Veteran Reefkeeper Vendor

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    yep nice tour,

    I always come home inspired after seeing what everyone else is doing.
     
  4. wolfman1973

    wolfman1973 Inactive User

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    yes it was a good time,everyones tanks looked great but a sad note i found out why no one could see my eel,well i found him on the floor last night dead. when i cleaned the glass tops the day before i forgot a small three inch piece and that is were he slipped out.he was one of the biggest snowflakes i have ever seen and i had him for over seven years.i feel terrible because it is my fault and i should have made sure when i put the tops back on that everything was in place,this was not the first time it happened either. a few years back he got out and was on the floor for over three hours,found him all dried up and covered in dog hair,but when i went to through him away he twitched and shocked as i was i through him back in his tank and a few hours later it was like nothing happened.this time around he was still moist and i did put him in a bucket of water for awhile but it was to late.
     
  5. adampottebaum

    adampottebaum Experienced Reefkeeper GIRS Member

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    That sucks about the eel man.

    The two sites I mentioned on the tour was:

    milehighaquatics.com - They have very nice ricordea mushrooms and zoas. They have really good prices too, just email him a list of what you prolly want and what you would want the prices on. He bases some of the prices on how much you order. Rics average out to about $15 per shroom. The Zoas have prices.

    pacificeastaquaculture.com - This place always has good frag deals. $99 for 12 frags of your choice of sps, lps, zoas, or softies. $99 for 20 zoa frags, but they may be duplicates and not as bright as the 99/12 deal. Then they also have 6 frags for $49. They have nice mushrooms, about $10/shroom for regulars and closer to $20 or so for rics.

    It was nice seein everyone on the tour!

    Adam
     
  6. matt1971 Well-Known ReefKeeper

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    Lost a fimbriated eel that I had for years the same way. It was my own fault. Sorry to hear.
     

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