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Live stock for the week of 1-7 to 1-9 Purple tangs in stock


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    Default Live stock for the week of 1-7 to 1-9 Purple tangs in stock

    Sale for 1-7/1-9

    Purple tang Md Hard to get $129.99 2 in stock

    Tank Raised Black and White Clown Fish SALE $24.99 a piece

    Tank Raised Ocellaris $14.99

    Female Lyretail Anthias $25.99 in the bag

    Dragon goby $24.99

    Firefish $9.99



    Special Feather Duster Colored X-mas $49.99

    Tube Anemone Orange $49.99

    Bright red Starfish SALE! $24.99

    Tiger trochus $2.50 buy 5 for $10.00

    Mexico turbo snails $2.50 buy 5 for $10.00

    Feather dusters Hawaii $9.99

    Fighting Conch $9.99





    Aquacultered Frogspawn $34.99

    Aquacultered Hammer $34.99







    Just filled up the $10 frag rack. We are still running them buy 3 get 1 Free!


    We also Have a $20.00 frag area with Blue xenia and some nice colored zoo's and quite a few others to choose from. Buy 3 for $50.00

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    Any chance of a pic of the frag racks?

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