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    Available today only, Sunday, April 3rd, 2011, approx. 80-100lbs of livesand-crushed coral mix, full of life! There are all kinds of critters in the sand (3yrs worth) as well as possibly some hermits and nassarius snails, all included for free!!!!
    You must pick up today, by 3pm, or else it all goes out the door. I have to get the tank down and out of the house before it starts to smell (wife's orders).
    Please call if interested, as I will probably not be monitoring the site today.
    Please bring your own buckets, as I no longer have any spares.

    Thanks,
    Rob
    734-250-3872
    759620228 - Substrate

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    Thanks to everyone for their interest! The first call came in within minutes of the posting, and I'm happy to say that all substrate (and tons of critters) are loaded up and on their way to their new home.

    Thanks!
    759620228 - Substrate

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