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What are you bringing???? to the Michigan Coral Expo & Swap (2/22/2015)


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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Default What are you bringing???? to the Michigan Coral Expo & Swap (2/22/2015)

    Post the corals and other items you are bringing to sell or trade at MCES.

    This thread has more details about the swap:
    Michigan Coral Expo & Swap - February 22, 2015
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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    I can bring 50 pound bags of MAG Flake. $30 each. Please PM me to reserve yours. I will only bring what has been reserved.

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom@HaslettMI View Post
    I can bring 50 pound bags of MAG Flake. $30 each. Please PM me to reserve yours. I will only bring what has been reserved.

    Thanks,
    Tom
    Any Dow flake?
    240 gal. Miracles, 3x 1.5" Beananimal overflow, 60 gal. Frag tank, 120 gal sump. Skimmer: SRO XT5000 EXT, Return Pump: Reeflow Hammerhead Gold Hybrid. Reef Dynamic Biopellet reactor, GEO 6x12 Ca reactor. Lights: 9x AI Sol Blue. Controller: Apex, 40 gal QT

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    If anyone is interested in purchasing larger corals, here are a few I have. I planned on fragging them next weekend, so please PM before that if you're interested in the whole piece. The left one seems to have a few names, but my favorite name is the monstrosity chalice. On the right is a warpaint chalice. Name:  Chalices.jpg
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    Here are two more. Multiple light green with dark spot mushrooms on the left, and a 3 polyp frag of Blastomussa on the right. Name:  Mushrooms and Blasto.jpg
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    Here's another two. An orange Leptastrea on the left and this cook monti with yellow polyps against a peach colored background on the right. Name:  Leptastrea and Monti.jpg
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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by jduck View Post
    Any Dow flake?
    Yes, I can get DOW flake too. $30 per 50 pound bag as well.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom@HaslettMI View Post
    Yes, I can get DOW flake too. $30 per 50 pound bag as well.

    Tom
    I'll take one Dow flake please
    240 gal. Miracles, 3x 1.5" Beananimal overflow, 60 gal. Frag tank, 120 gal sump. Skimmer: SRO XT5000 EXT, Return Pump: Reeflow Hammerhead Gold Hybrid. Reef Dynamic Biopellet reactor, GEO 6x12 Ca reactor. Lights: 9x AI Sol Blue. Controller: Apex, 40 gal QT

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    I will be there at table 54.
    I will have rotifers and copepods. swap prices are $5 for a 6 oz bottle, or $15 for a 16 oz bottle. (prices are swap prices only- outside of swap bottles are $1 per ounce)
    if anyone would like larger quantities let me know and i can make up a few larger bottles or bags, buckets, etc.. discounts on larger quantities.
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    will have some other stuff as well.
    $10 three available
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    crochet corals- havent figured out pricing yet- will have several pieces; brains, anemones,
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    I need to attend a Fish Breeders Anonymous class.
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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by jduck View Post
    I'll take one Dow flake please
    You got it. I can deliver it to table 43 if you'd like.

    Tom

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