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08-25-2012 07:01 PM
Highlander
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Originally Posted by Mike1239 View Post
House of tropicals is still out of driftwood as of today and lace rock is all they have really besides some dead coral and few prices of slate
That sucks. I just got back from Colorado and was contemplating whether to go up there or not.
08-25-2012 07:00 PM
Highlander
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Originally Posted by DubSmacks View Post
congressional has a decent selection but I will never buy form there because they sell those dyed fish and they must NEVER clean their tanks bcuz the freshwater ones have tons of dead fish in them. I think I counted 10 dead ones in a roughly 20 gal. NASTY.
That's horrible. That's why I stay away from the big chain companies.
08-19-2012 05:22 AM
Mike1239 House of tropicals is still out of driftwood as of today and lace rock is all they have really besides some dead coral and few prices of slate
08-19-2012 04:05 AM
DubSmacks congressional has a decent selection but I will never buy form there because they sell those dyed fish and they must NEVER clean their tanks bcuz the freshwater ones have tons of dead fish in them. I think I counted 10 dead ones in a roughly 20 gal. NASTY.
08-18-2012 03:08 AM
Highlander Thanks. House of tropicals is lacking in driftwood supply lately. They have plenty of rocks though. I'll have to check out the other stores you mentioned.
08-18-2012 01:42 AM
jeff721 I second Pristine on their selection of driftwood, they have a giant preformed pond by their door filled with nice malaysian (I think) driftwood - they charge by the pound $4.??/pound. I have a couple pieces in my tank.

Congressional has the most diverse selection of rocks in the area IMO.

House of Tropicals has big selections of all.
08-17-2012 05:10 PM
ramen lover Congressional in Rockville, MD has a decent selection of rocks and some driftwood. Pristine Aquariums in Alexandria, VA has a decent amount of rocks/driftwood
08-14-2012 03:58 PM
Highlander
Stones and driftwood

Anyone know of a LFS that has an awesome selection of stone and driftwood in the area?

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