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fishman

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Tacoma, WA
I'm currious where people in WA state purchase this. I was going to buy from Clams Dirrect but they don't have it in stock. Also, is this a good product to feed a reef. I will be stocking my aquarium with sps and lps corals and clams. I have 2 refugiums that make nearly half my overall system. O'yah I have to neon BTAs as well.
 
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SueT

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Houston, Texas
DT's is the best you can get to feed your reef tanks without culturing your own. If your not in a big hurry I'd check back with Barry at Clamsdirect. He should have some DT's in soon.
 

WaterDogs

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Sep 5, 2003
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Location
Snohomish, WA
I buy my DTs from "Under The Sea" in Mt. Vernon, it's a short drive no shipping charges or worries. They also have Marine Snow and a few other foods.
 

The Apprentice

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Location
Umatilla,OR
Best prices thru Aquatic Dreams

Shop around Fisherman but Pm Kevin and you will be happy with the prices Its worth me driving up there to get it..Jeff ;)


fishman said:
I'm currious where people in WA state purchase this. I was going to buy from Clams Dirrect but they don't have it in stock. Also, is this a good product to feed a reef. I will be stocking my aquarium with sps and lps corals and clams. I have 2 refugiums that make nearly half my overall system. O'yah I have to neon BTAs as well.
 
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