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Vlamingi Tang and Orbiculate Batfish


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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Vlamingi Tang and Orbiculate Batfish

    For Sale (or possible trade for corals)

    Vlamingi Tang $60
    Orbiculate Batfish (Aiptasia eating machine!) $30

    Both of these fish are in my 300g. Both are handfed on a regular basis. They pretty much eat anything and everything and are very healthy. The batfish has completely cleared my 300g of all aiptasia. Both of these fish will need a large tank, so please keep that in mind if considering these fish. Pictures were taken tonight.

    Prefer cash, but would consider trading for corals, or make offer... I really had no idea how much to list these fish for.

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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Anyone interested? Tang is going to LFS for trade in on Monday if no one wants him.
    Open to offer and trades.
    Thanks.
    Becky

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