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    jolson10450 - Reefkeeper
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    Default gsp rock, kenya rock, yellow stone polyps rock

    i have about a 3x3" rock of green star polyps - $10

    a rock with a huge kenya tree on it the about 4-5" tall multibranch and drops branches daily - sold

    a rock with out 25 polyps of yellow stone polyps on it for $10

    also have a bunch of tiny kenya trees about 1-2" for $3 a stalk or free to someone just getting in the hobby.

    take both for $15 and ill throw in a few of the kenyas!

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    added pictures

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    $15 for the gsp rock and stone polyps rock and ill throw in a few of the small kenyas!

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    still available

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    only one still available is the yellow stone polyps for $10

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    those yellow stone polyps are cool. They are fast growers too. Good deal compared to the guy selling them for $5 a polyp LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by vittleking View Post
    those yellow stone polyps are cool. They are fast growers too. Good deal compared to the guy selling them for $5 a polyp LOL
    5$ a polyp!! That's insane-I just gave a rock with 10+ on it away.


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    a lot of people do sell them for a lot because yellow is a hard color to come by in reef tanks if no one has noticed

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