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    ReefSolutions - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    Lightbulb Mini Maxi-Anenomes

    Hello and Happy ThanksGiving from all of us here at

    Reef Solutions

    Black Friday Sale
    Fish Buy One get One half OFF (of equal or lesser value)


    We got a new shipment in Today!!!

    Too much too list but i have to tease you a little
    We got in a new very colorful Mini Maxi-Carpet Anemones that i have never seen before!! Ever!!
    Chevron Tang
    A Few Large to Extra Large Angels
    Inverts
    Tube Anenomes
    And way more

    We Will Be Closed Thursday For the Eating of the Turkey
    Last edited by ReefSolutions; 11-25-2010 at 11:09 AM.

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