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Hong Kong Reef Club
- Feb 12, 2019
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- Hong Kong
There are a few proffesional coral retailers in HK, but they are very expensive.Are you in HK by any chance. Maybe you can share some local info on good retailers if your around [emoji16]
Quite true. They keep them with the intent of getting rid of them as fast as they can until the next shipment comes in. They treat coral this way as well.There are a few proffesional coral retailers in HK, but they are very expensive.
I personally don't buy from them, because my fishes will eat them alive, can't afford too expensive food.
But there is none good fish retailers in HK.
All of them operate like distributors.
Fish come in and sold as quick as possible in a few days.
All there system has ich and other deceases.
Always quarantine fish.
Or try to buy fish that are still in it's unopened shipping bag.
Welcome to the Hong Kong Reef club buddy [emoji847]. Your absolutely correct about the LFS practices here in HK. Almost every system has ick or some other deasese.I have the filefish a few months now.
He is fat and healthy, he eats almost everything I put in the tank.
Hope I can keep him long-term successfully.
Hi Fang. Your absolutely right. My apologies I should have typed 2". Little typo there. They are both about the same size, the pearscale is eating anything that goes in the tank, the pinstripe so far seems more interested in the seaweed. I'm in yuen long if your able to collect them I'm off work Monday and Tuesday next week. Let me know. I have had them for about 10 days now and so far they are all clean.I'm intetested.
My only concern is they are a bit too big for my powderblue to leave them alone.
Anything bigger than 2 inches he try to kill them.
Since your fishes are eating, I'm very tempted and wanna take the chance.
Keep them in the acclamation box first before release the fish.
Are you sure they are 3 inches, they looks smaller to me.
The smaller the better for my situation.