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Rasta Mini Colony ~20 Polyps


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    Bongo Shrimp - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    L. carmabi

    Default Rasta Mini Colony ~20 Polyps

    I'm done with zoas so up for sale is my mini colony of rastas. Lineage to blayloj. There are 16 polyps visible in the pic but there are more on the sides and there are more like 20-24 total.

    $200

    Pickup only.

    33c3e37f - Rasta Mini Colony ~20 Polyps
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    My Bongo Shrimp Want To Eat Your Starfish.

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    rcombs - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    thats under $10 a polyp. heck of a deal if i didnt have em already.

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    Bongo Shrimp - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Bump still available!
    My Bongo Shrimp Want To Eat Your Starfish.

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