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Old 05-30-2016, 11:20 AM
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One of you recently posted a link to a site selling these??? I had an old site that doesn't exist anymore. Could someone repost that link?

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This site has a bunch of really nice shells. I've ordered through them once and it was a good experience...nice shells.
http://www.shellhorizons.com/products.asp?category=2

This one's for those breeding bells if you're interested.
http://www.plecocaves.com/Cichlid-Ca...ding-bell.html
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This site has a bunch of really nice shells. I've ordered through them once and it was a good experience...nice shells.
http://www.shellhorizons.com/products.asp?category=2

This one's for those breeding bells if you're interested.
http://www.plecocaves.com/Cichlid-Ca...ding-bell.html
Thanks John.

While the bells are effective, the shells look better for the photography I want to do. My Tonna Tessalata shells have been very effective with my Muzi & BCWP; however, their white color causes me headaches with photography. The white gets very overexposed and if you compensate for that, everything else is way under exposed. I think Tonna Oleria might work well. I do have a bunch of Striped Fox shells already. They have worked ok in the past. Maybe, I'll just give them a go before buying anything esle???
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however, their white color causes me headaches with photography. The white gets very overexposed and if you compensate for that, everything else is way under exposed.
I know your pain, but just let them get a nice covering of green/brown algae and problem solved.
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I know your pain, but just let them get a nice covering of green/brown algae and problem solved.
Green would be nice, brown is unacceptable 👹

Don't really get any algae anymore
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