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Large chunks of zoas!!!! Unbeatable prices!!!


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    Default Large chunks of zoas!!!! Unbeatable prices!!!

    Check these big chunks out!!!




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    You dont see "Frags" like this every day!!!

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    how much r the 2nd to last pic?

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    Nice "frags"
    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    the blue ones are REALLY nice, I was in there yesterday and these are really big colonies. Too bad I scored the sweeeeeet purple chalice with the green rim though, won't see that there anymore LOL. The coral tanks are pretty packed right now. Some sweet clams in stock also.

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    Oh, and don't forget that MONSTER skimmer. I have never seen one that large before. Seems like a good price on a used skimmer too for something that large. Anyone needing a massive skimmer should go check it out, it was only $150.

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    nice. how much are they ?

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    the AOG's where 60 I think, and there where a ton of polyps on it. Not sure on the others.

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    They range from $18-$45.

    DC- That huge chunk of zoas are $45!!

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    Vittleking- I got that big chunk of RPE's for $35!!! Think there is another one still available though.

    Couldnt pass that deal up!!!

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    A few more- still available!!!!


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