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Old 01-07-2013, 07:19 AM   #1
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Tongs Tropical Fish for shrimp?


I've read that they have CBS and CRS in
their store, would you guys recommend buying
from them? I've seen some good and bad
comments on their livestock (fish only though).
This is the one in Fountain valley. Another question
for those who have came here, have you seen Eco-complete
for under $30?
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Just a note, vendor reviews are prohibited here. I don't know where the line in the sand is, so I would stick to strictly stocking questions.
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Oh I didn't know that, thanks
for telling me though.
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I am pretty sure it's okay to discuss individual experiences? If someone bought shrimp from there, they could discuss the health of the shrimp they bought, correct?

This wouldn't be reviewing the vendor overall, and would be helpful information imo. I could be wrong though.
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You should look into joining scape, since you are in the area. Also ecocomplete is the exact worst substrate you can use for crystals if that was your intention.
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I was planning to use Eco-complete for
my planted tank..... can you explain to me
how it is the worst for CRS? (no attitude)
If your talking about pH, mines is 6.8 already.
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