Korallen Farm - Germany

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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby 40+ on 12 Mar 2011 13:41

The Cert has details of the purchase, listing each piece. You will also need a bill of sale to corrispond with the cert.
The purpose of the cert is to show customs if you are stopped, that the coral is not wild and it's orign is Germany.

As far as cost goes, it all depends on what you want. Price range from €25 to €300.
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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby Glenn 10 on 12 Mar 2011 13:55

I take it that a bill of sale is a receipt ya.
Do you remember the prices of the corals you baught in the pics?
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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby 40+ on 12 Mar 2011 15:13

It is Glen,

I got 3 Piclopora, 1 Acro, 1 Birdsnest - €160, again decent size pieces, not what youd see in the shops and an average of €32 each.
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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby Glenn 10 on 13 Mar 2011 00:35

Wow thats good. As soon as I have 2 pennys to rub together I'll be taking a trip.
I braught my live rock from germany. The guy in the shop reckoned that it reaches his shop within 24hours from when it was taken from the sea. Still had coraline algea, crustations , seaweed and other life on it which survived. The Germans sure do know how to do it.
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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby Nige on 13 Mar 2011 14:00

40+ wrote:I got 3 Piclopora, 1 Acro, 1 Birdsnest - €160, again decent size pieces, not what youd see in the shops and an average of €32 each.


Any chance of a pic of the birdsnest :D
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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby cidlyhelen on 14 Mar 2011 15:16

These pictures are very beautiful.I can't breath when I watch these.I want to go there by myself.
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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby 40+ on 14 Mar 2011 21:45

Nige,

Get me a decent camera and I'll post a decent picture...... :lol:
All I have is an iPhone and thats rubbish

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Re: Korallen Farm - Germany

Postby brady1 on 15 Mar 2011 22:42

The trip looks great something i would love to do..what a day out..well done lads
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