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Old 11-12-2009, 11:25 PM   #31 
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So... the petco i visited was awful! the moss balls they had were very... icky looking most of the plants were dead and black.... i decided to not buy from them. But there is a petco right near where im going ot dinner 2night, so i might stop in there if the g/f lets me, she wouldnt even come in to petco today hahha. I really want a few!
That's funny my boyfriend always waits in the car when I go to fish stores and he say's he'll leave me there if I don't come out in 10 minutes!

I also bought my balls off ebay, they came in great condition and I've had them for over 2 years. I have 3 in my 3 gallon and 4 in my 50 gallon. they grow very slowly. They can break up and become more smaller balls. I haven't broken them apart myself, but 2 of my larger ones broke up on there own and became smaller balls that aren't as well shaped.
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Old 11-14-2009, 05:39 PM   #32 
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Alright, I did some research and I think these things are pretty neat! I just bought 3 online. I hope they get here okay!
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