It's time to get out. I no longer have the time or desire to maintain my tank and the animals are beginning to suffer. I need to sell everything, starting with the livestock, so here goes:
Manhattan project acan 20 polyps $50
Red and grey acan green / orange mouth 7-10 polyps $50
Rare plate corals - Purple and green double mouth $70, Orange and green striped (color has faded but will return under better conditions) $70, solid orange (used to have purple tentacles) $50
African blue steel zoas. Colony with free aptasia $50
Purple death polyps colony $50
Aussie red scoly. Needs TLC, but will recover with right conditions $50
Large Brain coral $40
Small brown brain frag (grown from single polyp hitchhiker) $10
Blue 'shrooms $20 for all
Pink pom-pom xenia free with rock purchase @ $1.50 / lb. LOTS of this stuff. It's taken over.
Blasto merletti 2 colonies, one red and green and one pink and green. $20 ea.
Live rock - 70-80 lbs. $1.50 / lb. Some with corals. $100 for all.
Fish will be sold after corals and rock are gone:
Radiant wrasse $50
Black clown pair $50
Blue Assessor $50
Yellow tang $15
CB Bangaii $15
I will make someone an incredible deal on the entire setup. It's a 60 gallon cube with a 250watt pendant and hang on skimmer. Tank is drilled but holes are glued closed (silicone and plexi -- removable)
Reefkeeper Elite w/ web.
I'd really like this gone. Please PM for fastest response. Pick up in Grand Haven, MI is preferred but delivery in the West Michigan area is possible from Big Rapids to Coldwater and many places in between.
As of 10:30 am this morning I have an offer for all the livestock. If the deal falls through, I will be responding to PM in the order they were received. I have this posted on 2 boards, so PM timestamp is what I'm going by. I will re-post the equipment in a seperate ad when I get this all sorted out. Thanks for your patience.
Last edited by planecrazy29; 09-20-2011 at 12:23 PM.
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