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  1. Keydiver's feedback thread

    I ordered some macros from Keydiver, but unfortunately had a problem with shipping. I let him know about the problem, and he took care of it (and went above and beyond to make sure I was happy with my order). Overall a good experience... Oh, and the macros look great! Thanks Keydiver!
  2. FS-Lots Of Macros!

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  3. Black Ice for sale

    Thanks for the great livestock Eileen! I couldn't be happier with the entire experience! Here is one of my favorites: Thanks again!
  4. The Unofficial Sexy Shrimp Thread

    to NR and to the sexy club! Can you see them at all in the tank? They can hide pretty well and may spend the first few days hiding until they get used to the new environment. Usually the best time to do a head count is when you feed the tank. Next time you feed, keep an eye out for the little buggers waving their tales. If you don't see them in another week.... well, maybe they didn't acclimate correctly. :/ Thanks, I've been following this thread for a while now and couldn't wait to be a part of the action, I hope it lasts longer than these few days. I know they all made it to day two, because I caught them dancing on my zoas in the morning. Since then I've been able to spot feed one of them a couple of times, but she hasn't come out for a couple of days, so... for now, I'm keeping the faith.
  5. The Unofficial Sexy Shrimp Thread

    I've decide that my tank is now worthy of a herd of sexies, so I brought home three of them over the weekend. I'd like to say I'm in the sexy club now, but no-one would believe me because they haven't come out to play for several days. As far as anyone can tell, my tank is still unsexy. Is this common? I don't think I have anything that would bother them, and I checked the parameters. The tank is a 12 gallon long. Tank mates are two black clowns, about ten snails, xenia, mushrooms, some chaeto, and some awesome zoas.