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    mcleodm - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Tank take-down

    Hello everyone,

    I am selling off all my livestock so i can start taking down my 120G aquarium system. I just got home from usmc boot camp, and it ended up that my mom could not take care of my fish, so I gotta take the system down. Ive only got 2 weeks to get it down, so hopefully I can move this livestock fast. Check out my other post in equipment for the toys i have to sell.

    Heres what I got. They're all healthy, from what I know and pretty fat fish. All decent sized.

    -Blue Tang (purchased 7 months ago from pet connection)
    -Fox Face Lo (purchased 10 months ago from PC)
    -Cardinal fish (purchased 7 months ago from pet connection)
    -2 tank bred osc clowns (non-mating) (purchased 13 months ago from choice aquariums)
    -2 yellow tail damsels (purchased 13 months ago from choice)
    -2 green reef chromis (purchased 13 months ago from choice)
    -royal gramma (purchased 7 months ago from PC)

    I bought all of these fish as babies, so you can guestimate how big they have gotten based on how long ive had them. I'll try to take pics, but the tank has a major algae problem.

    Prices are Best Offer, I just need the fish gone to a good home, so let me know what we can do. I'd like to have them gone by Wednesday, if not, they go to PC on thursday.

    Kind of bummed i gotta take the tank down, but I guess its all part of being in the Military.

    Thanks! Feel free to call me on my cell anytime with q's 248 719 5883

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    thepanfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Pics?
    What type of cardinal?

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    mcleodm - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by thepanfish View Post
    Pics?
    What type of cardinal?
    Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Kaudern's Cardinal - Tank-Bred

    Tank bred i believe

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    mcleodm - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i dont have much recent photos, ill try to get some.

    Its a normal blue tang. Not any special breed.

    Heres some older pictures. probably 4-5 months old. Ill try to get some tonight.
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    thepanfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Nevermind me!

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    I would be interested in clowns and foxface if you can tell me how much
    Thanks
    Kurt

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