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    DT'S Fridge

    Dropped by MS today and they have a brand new DT'S refridgerator stocked with 3 different sizes of DT's. ;D
    The pricing is right on as well. 8)

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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    That sounds a bit off.... MS and the price is right on....   :P lol

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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    that's not nice.
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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    Would DT's replace the need to grow rotifers? Or the mysterious &quot;green water&quot;?
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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    hehe Fishysan... couldn't resist...

    reeferboy: it is the green water.. just more concentrated

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    DT's Phytoplankton provides essential nutrition for reef and sand dwelling invertebrates. Including: clams, scallops, many corals, gorgonians, fan worms, tunicates, sea apples and other cucumbers, some sponges and zooplankton including rotifers. By enriching rotifers or bring shrimp, this nutrition can be made available to fish and larger invertebrates
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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    Hey MacEwan, I don't suppose you remember the price listing for the DTs? ???
    180 gallon reef. 230 lbs live rock. Mostly LPS and softies with increasing numbers of SPS. Desjardini Tang, Purple Tang, Powder Blue, Heniochus, Ocellaris clowns, chromis and a mandarin. 3- 250 watt 10000K metal halide lights with 2 VHO actinics.

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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    Gerr - the price is 29.95$ for the 15oz, and 52.95$ for the 30oz.. can't recall the price of the 8oz.. probably 18$ or so? Don't quote me on that.. but just get the 15oz at least to start. Same size as the Marine Snow btls.

    The boys are wasting a perfectly good beer fridge for DTs.. the ratio's all wrong. I've got like 24 beer to one DT bottle in my fridge. *grin*

    The price is higher at other LFS'es though, in that other province. *cackle* &nbsp;(teasin' Ivan)


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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    free beer with purchase of DT's?...I heard that rumour today...only at your neighbourhood LFS! 8)

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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    hear hear!!

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    SPS, LPS, softies, many clams & 14 fish
    main: 250w AB DE HQI x 3, 5' x 3 VHO actinic - trough: 400w venki

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    Re: DT'S Fridge

    lol Fishysan... you should know better... AC always has the lowest price &nbsp;:-*

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