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Aquatopia of Bend is looking to buy or trade store credit for quality RBTA's or RTA's. A combination of cash and store credit for specimens of a higher grade is an option, but we prefer to trade solely store credit if possible. We are looking for at least 3 large anemones (depending on size) for a 90 gallon display tank. Up to 7 or 8 would be welcome if they are small-medium in size; if they don't fit into our display tank we can sell them in the shop :) If you're near Bend, you're also welcome to give us a call at (541) 613-4599 or swing by our location at 1060 SE 3rd St. 

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