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greetings from Manchester

Hey everyone, new to posting here, just wanted to introduce myself. I'm Greg from Manchester and recently I have set up a high tech 25gal. I would love to find some local sources for less common plants and could use advice on where the best deal on a co2 tank and where to refill it. Prefer not far from Manchester. Most other supplies and some decent plants I get from my work,I just can't find any good carpeting plants or more unusual stuff at any store around here. Nice stone for example. Nowhere sells anything besides the typical lava rock,shale, etc..
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Welcome, Greg, and good luck!
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Hi Greg. I too am new to this web site but not new to to aquarium fish . I am from concord.
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Hi Greg. I too am new to this web site but not new to to aquarium fish . I am from concord.
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I'm in Franklin, was in Loudon Concord area. Plymouth Pet shop near the college is good for plants, hit or miss. I use the Manchester Sports Authority to fill up my paintball co2 canisters. Petco there is one of the better ones actually. Just snail dip the plants. There's a few other shops in Manchester, forget the names, unsure if they cater to saltwater. Google that.still, online is easier and cheaper, but LFS is worth the money for the advice.

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There is also a nice pet and aquarium shop in Laconia heading towards the weirs. Its not as knowledgeable as plymouth but has both fresh\saltwater stock. Can order anything. Plants and frags and lots of live rock on site

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This thread is long dead, but you can check out Fish Mike Aquatics in Manchester. Nice selection of freshwater fish and some uncommon plants. Some things for the reptile enthusiast, too.

Geared towards experienced aquarists, but anyone could find something they like there.
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