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Yet another shipment arrived at Reef Solutions!!


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    ReefSolutions - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    Default Yet another shipment arrived at Reef Solutions!!

    Another shipment??? Holey crud!!!
    We got Majestic Angels,
    Multicolored Angels
    Rusty Angels
    Bartletts Anthias males and females
    Square Anthias Beautiful males
    Orange Anthias males and females
    Surpurb Pinnatus Batfish
    Orbiculate Batfish
    Tiera Batfish
    Tribal Blennies
    Long horned Cow fish
    Raccoon Butterflies
    Tiger Gobies
    Twinspot gobies
    Lyretail Hogfish ( what beauties!)
    Radiata Lionfish
    Kelloggi Seahorses
    Yellow eye Tangs
    Blue Flasher Wrasse
    Clown Fairy Wrasse
    Clownhead Wrasse
    EXQUISITE FAIRY WRASSE ( the most beautiful fish I've ever seen!!!!)
    Melanarus wrasse males
    Red Coris wrasse
    Six line wrasse
    Pilotfish ( so cute)
    Rose bubble anemones
    Green Metalic brain corals
    Elegance corals
    Red African Starfish!!!

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    And here I sit waaay in da U.P.


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    thepanfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    On my way (literally)

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    thepanfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Wow, some really nice stuff! The exquisite wrasses are breathtaking! They even had something called a Pilotfish which I'd never seen before!
    Would've picked up the Tamarin wrasse they had if it hadn't been sold :P

    Great deals on Twinspot Gobies and Blue Linckia Starfish!

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    All I can say is WOW! I drove down there on my "extended" lunch. Wish I didn't have to go back to work as they have some sweet fish and great prices, acouple might have been making the trip back home with me

    The young lady running the joint is sweet and totally honest. I was looking at a SPS piece and she wouldn't sell it as they have a small problem with the SPS right now. I honestly appreciate a LFS that tells the truth instead of just trying to make a sale.

    Thanks Reef Solutions, I will be back!

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    I'm looking for snails and small reef safe hermit crabs, what kind of selection do you have?

    What kind of Seahorses? Are they wild caught or captive breeders?

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    ReefSolutions - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    We have blue leg hermits, blue knuckle hermits, emerald crabs, astria turbo snails, mexican turbo snails, and nassarius snails. The yellow Kuda seahorses I believe are wild caught but they are eating and looking great.

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