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90g take down - corals


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    Time has come for me to break down the 90g, just cant keep up with it right now.
    First things first is the coral and fish. I will have more coral to post after some of its gone as other coral has become encrusted on rock.

    prices are pretty firm unless you grab a couple other things.

    -Orange shoulder tang - 4-5" 45$ eats anything you put in the tank. Been through a lot, bullet proof, had him about 2 years.

    -My prized Leopard wrasse. 4" or so. 50$ Eats everything, nice and fat and well established. Had about 2 years.

    CRW 4176 - 90g take down - corals

    swallow tail angel male. 4-5" 50$ Eats pellets, frozen

    CRW 4179 - 90g take down - corals

    clowns - misbar percs. possibly have onyx genes - 50$
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    elegance - probably the coral i've owned the longest. 3 1/2 years. 45$ opens to about a foot. 5-6 mouths
    CRW 4190 - 90g take down - corals

    Greg Carrolls blue stag - Huge colony - 100$
    CRW 4196 - 90g take down - corals

    mille 2 in the middle - 45$
    CRW 4204 - 90g take down - corals

    interesting stag, HUGE piece - 65$
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    Sorry to see this come down, Russ. I hope it's only temporary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creefer View Post
    Sorry to see this come down, Russ. I hope it's only temporary.
    ya its a temp. thing..gonna sell the equipment too but ill start up a big tank again when i get my own place. i do still have my 30g cube though.

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    Russ I'm interested in the German blue. Can you pm me a description of what you think it looks like and how big. Thanks!!

    Don

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    I'll take the Wayne/s Reef Acro if still available.
    The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man. - George Bernard Shaw

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    Still waiting on German Blue info also?

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    sorry german blue is gone.
    waynes reef is gone.

    wrasse is still pending because its hard to get out of a 90g tank, so im waiting till the coral and rock are gone/taken out to get him out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chort55 View Post
    Pending to who? I said I wanted it like a half hr after you posted it and was 1 of if not the 1st view on the thread lol
    well your first post before you edited it lol said that it wasn't the best time for me to post it.. or something like that,

    than i got a PM on MR a few minutes after that from a guy i've met a couple times that lives 5 mins from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chort55 View Post
    Yeah the timing sucks but I still wanted it which I said, and I edited it to make it more clear that I wanted it but ok
    sorry for the confusion than chris.

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