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    Copepods Comming soon from ReefCrew

    Just a heads up for those who have been waiting for live Copepods. ReefCrew will be announcing the availability on December 15th... message me if you would like a head start on the waiting list.

    Price: $45.00
    Quantity: Between 75 - 100 (probably closer to the 100 mark)
    Packaging: 4oz Bottle
    Shipping: Every Saturday

    IJO

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    Woohoo! I'm cuko for copepods! Already have my order in.
    Susan

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    can we get it here in the US too?
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    Count me in I would like some to.
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    Copepods are great! Everyone should have some. I just harvested some wild ones yesterday and set up a little 10 gal tank in the basement for them and Austin's periwinkles and mussels. They are slow to culture, but I swear they are impossiible to kill off once they get going. Very easy to keep. I had them in a small acrylic tub with some algae and sat them in the sun. no air hose, no filter, never changed the water. (although this is not what I recommend anybody else should do!) Within a few weeks there were zillions! The ones I have are red and easy to see.
    Gail in Nova Scotia

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    I'm not sure ALRHA... I'll have to ask them.

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    ok, let me know!
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    Alrha,

    Unfortunately, due to current business restrictions Reef Crew is not able to sell products directly outside of Canada.
    Your Source For Live Marine Food

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    ah, shucks! thanks anyway.
    do you know of any copepod suppliers in the US? (it wouldnt be competition for you being that you cant sell here anyway at the time)
    Appreciating all your help,
    Albert
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    I do not know af anyone in the US that sells them. Sorry

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