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Old 09-10-2012, 02:17 PM   #11 
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dr. fosters and smith has a wide variety of food. I use them to order my bulk staple food. If you order over 50$ you get free shipping on the whole order ;)
Brine shrimp direct is a wonderful place, you get great quality food for very reasonable prices and they more often then not throw in samples of other foods. I use them for specialty foods for my reef tank, mainly for my mandarin dragonette (most finicky fish I have ever met >.< )
o.o that sounds awesome.
I'll definitely keep that in mind for the future.

And does anyone know where I could find brine shrimp? I might invest in that once I'm able to.

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