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Old 06-12-2006, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know of someone locally here who breeds rams? I haven't had much luck finding GOOD rams (most in stores have ich or something else) and someone who locally breeds them would be ideal!
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hmm quality rams... first store that comes to mind that i usually see them is in Pacific Reef in fountain valley the asian variety but they look pretty decent there. Another place is All About Fish in long beach most of the live stock is very healthy there. I know a few other places but I wouldnt waste my time there. BUT there is a lady in San Diego that breeds her german rams in hard water I did have a pair from her a while back maybe Mike can chime in here?
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wow, rams that were actually bread in hard water would be fabulous! I've been to Pacific Reef in Anaheim, but to the one in FV. The rams there were a little on the small side and often look less then good. Maybe they are a bit better at the FV store. I'll have to check it out on one of my days off, maybe next week.
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Try Neptunes Reef in Torrance - they've got a pretty wide selection. They had rams and quite a few different chiclids the last time I was there.
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Have you try the store at Warner and Fairview? I forget what the name was. It's in the plaza where Circle K is. The owner of the store claim he breeds them at home. I saw them several months ago.
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