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Watermelon Chalice


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  1. #1
    CR Member
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    Jun 2010
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    dearborn heights
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    First Name
    lam

    Default Watermelon Chalice

    I have LPS, but I would like to trade them for SPS or clown fish These are the following LPS I have:
    -Oregon Mummy Eye
    -Original Mummy Eye

    -Cornbread Bubble Gum Monster
    -Tyree Bubble Gum Monster
    -Pink Boobie
    -Raspberry Bubble Yum yum Chalice

    Please PM me if you would like to trade.
    Thank-you
    -Lam
    Last edited by lamnguyen1313; 02-23-2012 at 10:08 PM.

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    ReefTech - Reefkeeper Moderator

    Join Date
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    Location
    waterford
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    First Name
    Matt
    Awards Wheel Master Award - Helping with run the Frag & Swag wheel at the Michigan Coral Expo & Swap 2014. Yugo Award - For running the CR booth during MCES

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    i would love to trade with you......do you happen to have any pics of the the chalices? i have 15 frags of sps plus i just aquired a huge 10-12" tall blue staghorn that i could frag a bunch of pieces. i do have some pics up of the sps up on the forum. just look under the menu "market" and look for reeftech or if you would like some more pics just let me know and i will send you some more.

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