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Discussion in 'The Bucket' started by Corailline, Jan 2, 2015.

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  1. Va Reef

    Va Reef Giant Squid

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    I like the skunks, i had a pink sunburst pair for a while, definitely would pick them over ocellaris/percula any day. LA/DD had a pale purple carpet for 129.99 i believe. They also currently have a GIANT pink one, 699.99 though :/
     
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  3. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    Every once in a blue moon I will see a deal on a blue or red, basically because it got too big and started eating someones expensive wrasse. I'll look at the purple though. The red or blue would be really sweet but that is just too much for an invert that up and die on you quickly. I like the big green ones too.
     
  4. DSC reef

    DSC reef Giant Squid

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    I say get a purple tang and call it a day!! Lol. Are we gonna see a nice little maxima or crocea in the awesome tank of yours cheryl?? ;)
     
  5. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah with the price for 2 inch Crocea at $99.00 I am pretty sure you will. I would like a nice Squamosa too. My only second thought on the topic of clams is their ability to literally suck the Calcium out of the water,,next thing ya know you're buying a dosing pump, it's a slippery slope.
     
  6. Ballgame

    Ballgame Millepora

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    Oh yeah. It needs water
     
  7. DSC reef

    DSC reef Giant Squid

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    It's definitely a slippery slope. My squamosa has gotten pretty big over the years and it really does take up some calcium. My little maxima has put on some size but the deresa and Squamosa have the fast growers. I'm really looking forward to seeing your tank flourish.
     
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