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Wow! Thanks for all your help/advice I tried to get a badge for my build thread but it says “invalid link” maybe it’s not approved yet. I will try again soon. I have a few pics and some info on my build thread and I definitely plan to add more. I want to track my progress.

how long have you been in the hobby?? I’m going to check your build thread. I love to see everyone’s tanks

I already want something bigger but I can’t handle the cost right now I’m currently just proud of myself for almost eradicating my Dino’s problem. I took a multi prong approach and attacked it from all angles… microbacter 7, blackouts, raised nitrates and phosphates, installed a uv sterilizer, vacuumed it up, yelled at it, prayed, cried… y’all know the struggle

Try taking the end part off your URL, so it resembles:

It might be that end bit of /#post-11024157 causing confusion. It should take it right away and it is in the correct Forum.
 

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San Jose has a couple of gems. Cali-Kid has a shop in Concord. Aquatic Collection in Hayward is pretty good. And CFM comes around to Sunnyvale a few times a year.

There's also a flower shop/aquarium in the avenues (Richmond district?) that has a saltwater fish sale every Sunday. Not my favorite shop in terms of fish health, but the sale gives customers a chance to pick up livestock before it goes into the shop's tanks.
Thanks! and yeah, I agree that 6th Ave is a little questionable in regards to fish health going in there makes me kinda sad so I typically go to Lucky ocean because the owner is really nice and cares a lot about his livestock. Unfortunately he is getting out of the business this year so I will have to find alternatives.
 

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