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I have a hob fuge for trade, it's measurements are 20"16"4". It's in good shape and the pump works perfectly. I have no use for it and it's taking up space. I'll even throw in some free chaeto or other macro algae I have! I'll accept lots of things for trade, especially coral, also need another powerhead (approx 450 gph or so) and also looking for a Banghaii Cardinal fish, also a Green Mandarin fish so just let me know what you have to trade! I'm located in the forest grove area so I'm hoping to find someone in the Washington county area as well.

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