Chernobyl eh? Someone read the whole thread.
I checked out this oceansdirect.ca. Decent stuff, good prices. I may order from them sometime, and they currently do have a pickup option:
If you wish to pick up your order the $35 shipping charge will be refunded by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number, after you place your order.
All pick-up orders will be ready the next day between the hours of 5pm to 8pm Monday thru Thursday only.
The pick-up location is:
North American Fish Breeders
2260 Kingston Rd
Also, I hooked up the 9V supply to bring the ATO/AWC back online this morning. Unfortunately it's not enough for the fans or moonlights. I've be keeping an eye on the tank/canopy temperatures throughout the day - up to 84 so far
So here's the new additions:
Zoas - two colors. Plus what are either the ugliest zoas I've ever seen, or aipstasia with really short tentacles. One way or another, they're getting nuked.
Red Sea Xenia. A canary for the coal mine. It's nice and happy, pulsing away. I really should do a xenia tank and just let this stuff take over. Love it.
Green, uh, something. I'm not 100% sure. I want to say it's an acro of some kind, but something is telling me that's wrong. The green is much deeper than the camera will pick up. I don't know why, but this camera hates greens.
The camera is a little better at picking up the blues, however.
This is, I believe, a rather nice blue tip staghorn. The tips are a little washed out, but the overall blue is pretty close to real life. I can't decide if I should frag it or just mount the entire colony to my rock. I know, absolutely, that i've got to get it off of the massive frag plug. It's the size of a half of a baseball.