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    Brian you should consider adding spaghetti worms to your cultured critters. And possibly some other sandbed critters like mini brittle stars. I would love to be able to replenish critters like these. I used to have a very active refugium but lost a lot in the power failure following the hurricane last month.
    Susan

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    We are looking into other cultured items including micro worms. Our focus at the moment it get get our current product offering into the market and then we can look at adding more items.
    Your Source For Live Marine Food

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    very very cool stuff. Guess that fuge needs to be hurried up!
    Adam Archibald

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    Sounds great. You guys have a great opportunity here with no real competition. I tried both these places but they can't ship from the US:
    http://www.inlandaquatics.com/
    http://www.ipsf.com/

    adamarchibald - for sure, I think every reef should have a refugium!
    Susan

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    Looks like ReefCrew is ready to start collecting orders for the copepods... I will send a message to each of you who have already reserved to confirm and setup a payment method. The pods should arrive on the 11th or 12th. I'll keep you posted.

    IJO

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    :bounce: :clap2: :dance-o-j hyeah:

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    By the way, that dancing stick figure looks like it's either drunk or tripped while dancing!!!

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    Wow...there are a lot of good things going on in this site. So many things to choose from, so little time with the wife credit card...lol. Can someone explain to me why I would want some copepods, and if someone like me, who is fairly new to the hobby, was to get some, what is the best environment for them.
    Have you hugged your fish today?

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    fish geek

    If your just starting out I wouldn't bother with the pods yet. There mostly for replenishing tanks with fish that like to eat live pods,ie; wrasses, Dragonettes[Mandarins] and such.And they are good for helping clean the tank of left overs.

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    The pods have arrived and everything looks good Those of you who have ordered please contact me to book a delivery or pickup time.

    IJO

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