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Old 01/09/2008, 04:36 PM
laura bolyard laura bolyard is offline
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purchase macro

Hi guys, I just joined (though I really thought that I had done that once before a couple of years ago). Let me begin by saying how impressed I am with all of the macro info I am finding here! Ive been looking it over for the past couple of days, by eyeballs are spinning!! I belong to another community as well, but very little info on this subject! I am looking for, in your opinions, the best site to buy macro from. I have found a few, but none with much of a selection. I would appreciate any help! The more specific macro questions will come later!!
Laura
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Old 01/09/2008, 08:30 PM
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My favorite is IPSF.com, I restock once a year. Generous portions of 100% aquacultured micro organisms and macro algaes. They have red/yellow gracilaria(tang heaven), green ulva, short/long feather caulerpa, sargassum, and all sorts of micro invertabrates and snails all captive bred. Inland aquatics is pretty good too. I just got an order last week from IPSF. For $200 I got about 1/4lb tang heaven red, 1/4lb of yellow, 1/4lb of green ulva, 1/4 caulerpa, 18 snails, 12 hermits, 6 mini brittles(free), 6 comet stars, 6 baby sandbed clams, 1 cuke, 20+ amphipods, anthelia polyps, lime green leather, 1 candy cane coral(free), gold crown leather(free), wondermud, small bag of live sand, all kinds of worms, plankton, and nitrate reducer. Thats a pretty good deal.
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Old 01/10/2008, 09:09 PM
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laura,

There's a sticky at the top of the forum with a list of vendors.....personally I like Gulf Coast Ecosystems, good prices & cheap shipping.

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Old 01/11/2008, 12:37 AM
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Florida Pets, Florida. Seagrass and several macroalgae. Inland Aquatics, Indiana. Check out their Flora kit which is their pick assortment of algae for refugia. They use to ship the flora kit in the summer in a UPS tube instead of a large stryro box which brought the shipping cost down.
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Old 01/11/2008, 12:06 PM
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check out the selling form or put a request in the wtb form, alot of good reefers here should take care of you
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