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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

a few pictures of new items


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    ReefSolutions - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    Talking a few pictures of new items

    don't worry Labman, i got the pictures. lol

    lobophylia
    IMG 0635 - a few pictures of new items

    long tentacle plate
    IMG 0564 - a few pictures of new items

    gold linkia
    IMG 0575 - a few pictures of new items

    green brain
    IMG 0647 - a few pictures of new items

    lobophylia
    IMG 0651 - a few pictures of new items

    another green brain
    IMG 0652 - a few pictures of new items

    aussie wall frogspawn
    IMG 0632 - a few pictures of new items

    rainbow acan echinata
    IMG 0654 - a few pictures of new items

    tiger scolymia cubensis
    IMG 0648 - a few pictures of new items

    lobophylia
    IMG 0656 - a few pictures of new items

    what i believe is rainbow scolymia cubensis
    IMG 0665 - a few pictures of new items

    green bubble coral
    IMG 0668 - a few pictures of new items

    blue spotted stingray
    IMG 0682 - a few pictures of new items

    aiden
    IMG 0761 - a few pictures of new items
    sorry the little helper is not for sale
    will be posting more pics soon
    Last edited by ReefSolutions; 05-04-2010 at 04:47 PM.

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    scubamomma - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    whats the thing in the first pic i love it

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    ReefSolutions - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    there i put the names on for yah. i knew i should have in the first place. sorry about that.

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    scubamomma - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i love the lobos and the green bubble coral prices?

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    ReefSolutions - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    the yellow lobo in the fisrt pic is $80
    the multi colored lobo in the 4th pic is $90
    the orange lobo in the 9th pic is $60 and
    the green bubble coral in the 11th pic is $90
    come in and see what else we have.

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