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WTB a few SPS frags


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    Default WTB a few SPS frags

    I'm looking to start getting into SPS. If you have any small inexpensive frags, broken tips etc... you want to get rid of please let me know what you have and how much. Closer to Flint, Lapeer, Clio would be best.
    Thanks, John

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    creefer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I have some green birds nest frags you can have. LMK if you want some. It will give me an excuse to go to reef paradise.

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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Did you call Dale? He's breaking his tank down and probably has floaties all over his tank. Its only going to be up another week. I have some orange cap I need to break off if you want to swing by

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