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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    I love clams!
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    4th pic from bottom how much ?
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    $10 per eye
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    4th pic from bottom how much ?

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    very nice stuff! if i can make it to the swap in august i may try to stop by the store before/after

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    already snagged up a few of those sps frags, they are awesome
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    wow very nice.. how much is clam in 1st pic?

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    $89.99
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    wow very nice.. how much is clam in 1st pic?

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    I have Strawberry shortcake frags available as well!

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