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FREE: extra large toadstool


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    brandeewyne - Reefkeeper
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    Default FREE: extra large toadstool

    we are taking down one of the big display tanks of my dad's and have a large toadstool coral that needs to be rehomed. any interest?

    i'll get a picture of it up soon.

    we'll be at Cranbrook tomorrow for the MBI gathering, if that works for an easy exchange. otherwise, we can make alternate arrangements.

    thank you.
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    Skyhigh - Reefkeeper
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    I could put it in my 400 if u cant find any one to take it. r u going to the flint swap? Or you could bring it down to the Trop and trade it in..

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    brandeewyne - Reefkeeper
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    my baby shower is on the 14th, so i won't be able to make the swap unfortunately. i might be able to hit up the Trop next weekend though .. it's been a while since we've been in to pester you guys.

    he's a biggun .. i'll get you a picture as soon as i can talk Hughie through emailing it to me

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    If it's a yellow toadstool, I'd be happy to take it off your hands. It's been a dream coral of mine, I've been wanting for months! Can't wait to see the pic. I'll be at the Flint swap or can meet you somewhere since Owosso's only about 45 minutes away for me. I should also mention that it would either go in my 20 or 40 gallon tank so if you feel the coral is too big for either of those tanks, I understand.

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    brandeewyne - Reefkeeper
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    apologies for the delay in getting a photo and some dimensions posted, it was a busy weekend with the MBI workshop and all. hopefully today. will reply to all PMs as well. thanks all.

    although, i will tell you that this coral is far too big for a 20 or 40 gallon tank. it's in a 120 now and that's pushing it. sorry

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    I can pick up if you still have it!
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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