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Ordered an Ultra Snow Onyx and Ultra Snow Flake from Booyah's Reef


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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Ordered an Ultra Snow Onyx and Ultra Snow Flake from Booyah's Reef

    The pics of these fish are sick!!!! I have to wait until mid-may but these will be worth it.

    Here is a link. The small one on the bottom is an ultra snow onyx. The top is a B grade female. I opted for an ultra snowflake female instead

    Marine Ornamental Fish & Invert Breeders Association • View topic - id these clowns please
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    So do they have blue on them like the thread you linked?

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    Yes they do. Some have diamonds on there heads too. He said he only releases the best the rest that are less than be grade they sell for 40.00 and under. He said I will freak when I get them. I am going to get an anemone tank together for them. Something in a cube from great lakes.
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