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  1. Everything is sold. Than you to everyone who came out. Stay tuned for tank and equipment thread.
  2. I'm glad it's doing well. It should expand somewhat when it settles in a bit more.
  3. Everything is sold except for a bunch of live rock, some of it with zoas and palys on it.
  4. A couple of additional creatures I forgot to list: Gray/green haddoni carpet anemone - $25.00 Small Wyoming White clownfish that I found in my sump - $25.00 Talbot damsel - Free
  5. Not exactly what you are looking for but I thought I'd let you know just in case. I'll be listing my 36"x36"x22" acrylic cube as soon as the livestock is sold.
  6. I think this is a 110 but not sure, it's 14" long. I can't find the lid but everything works. $20.00 if you want it.
  7. I added these items to my anemone thread but I thought it deserved its own thread. I have several fish and corals that need new homes since I will be tearing down my tank. I'm thinking that if there is enough interest in them, I would try to hold an open house type of thing on Saturday for a few hours when everything could be picked up. This is mainly for fish since I will have to get all the rock out to catch them but corals could be picked up then also. All the fish are eating well on New Life Spectrum pellets and LRS frozen. Fish: Indo Pacific Regal Angel - $100.00 Wantanabei Angel female - $100.00 Timor Wrasse - $40.00 Square Tail Brtistletooth Tang - $40.00 pending jtarmitage Cherub or Pygmy Angelfish - $25.00 Aptasia Eating File Fish - $25.00 Coral: Blue Acro Colony - $60.00 Large Hammer colony 30+ heads - $80.00 Thick Miyagi Tort colony that needs fragging due to branch die off. $40.00 (3) Tyree Neon Green Toadstools Large - $20.00 each Green Mushroom Rock 20+ shrooms - $20.00 Light Purple Mushroom Rock - $20.00 Darker Purple Mushroom Rock $20.00 Pink and green Hammer coral 5 heads - $20.00 Large skinny branching green/brown Acro - $40.00 Zoanthid Rocks - $20.00 each All zoanthids are the same variety which I don't know what they are. All the mushroom rocks will have a ton of zoanthids on them also. I'm sure there are smaller toadstools, mushrooms and zoanthid and green paly rocks that will be given away for free if wanted. Again, please PM with want you want and I'll put pending with your name on it in the Post. Also, PM me with any questions or additional picture requests. Thanks again for looking.
  8. It looks like I've found homes for the anemones so now it's time to list my other fish and corals that need a new tank. I'm thinking that if there is enough interest in them, I would try to hold an open house type of thing on Saturday for a few hours when everything could be picked up. This is mainly for fish since I will have to get all the rock out to catch them but corals could be picked up then also. All the fish are eating well on New Life Spectrum pellets and LRS frozen. Fish: Indo Pacific Regal Angel - $100.00 Pending Wantanabei Angel female - $100.00 Pending Timor Wrasse - $40.00 Square Tail Brtistletooth Tang - $40.00 pending jtarmitage Cherub or Pygmy Angelfish - $25.00 Aptasia Eating File Fish - $25.00 Coral: Goiniopora, hardy, large. This is hosting a really ugly A. nigripes clownfish that must go with the coral. - $80.00 SOLD Blue Acro Colony - $60.00 SOLD Large Hammer colony 30+ heads - $80.00 Red Planet or Tierra Del Fuego mini colony - $40.00 SOLD Thick Miyagi Tort colony that needs fragging due to branch die off. $40.00 SOLD (3) Tyree Neon Green Toadstools Large - $20.00 each Green Mushroom Rock 20+ shrooms - $20.00 Light Purple Mushroom Rock - $20.00 Darker Purple Mushroom Rock $20.00 Pink and green Hammer coral 5 heads - $20.00 Large skinny branching green/brown Acro - $40.00 Zoanthid Rocks - $20.00 each All zoanthids are the same variety which I don't know what they are. All the mushroom rocks will have a ton of zoanthids on them also. I'm sure there are smaller toadstools, mushrooms and zoanthid and green paly rocks that will be given away for free if wanted. Again, please PM with want you want and I'll put pending with your name on it in the Post. Also, PM me with any questions or additional picture requests. Thanks again for looking.
  9. 8/1 UPDATE: New items added. See post #7 below. After months of agonizing over this, I've finally decided to take a break from this wonderful hobby that I have been a part of for over 25 years. I have several hard to find healthy animals that I would love to see go to a well established reef tank. I'm going to start with listing my 12+ year old purple foot magnifica anemone that also has to be taken with a trio of clownfish that has been residing in the anemone. The female clown is an orange ocellaris, the male is a black and white ocellaris and the juvenile that hangs out with them is an almost black percula. The two adults have been laying eggs every two weeks for over 10 years. This anemone is attached to a pretty big flat piece of live rock that also contains two RBTA's as well as many zoanthids. If I can't remove the magnifica, the whole rock will need to be taken. This anemone has been kept under almost every type of light over the years including metal halide, T5, LED's and is currently under a LED/T5 hybrid. This is a very nice healthy anemone that is hard to find in this condition and it must sell first before I start removing all my other livestock. I'm asking $300.00 for the anemone, clowns, 2 rbta's and the rock. If interested, please PM with a little information about your current setup. I might be a little negotiable on price if it goes to the right tank. SOLD Once the magnifica has a new home, I also have a blue gigantea and a purple/tan/multicolored gigantea for sale. The multi colored gig is around 5 years old and is hosting a female Solomon Island Percula and a male black ice ocellaris clown. These two have been laying eggs for the last three years. I would like these to stay with the anemone. The blue gig is 3 years old and is not hosting anything at the moment although the trio of clowns in the magnifica hang out in it quite a bit. Again, these are hard to find in good healthy condition and I'm asking $200.00 for each of them. Both the gigs are currently attached to decent sized pieces of live rock and will be sold with the rock. I do not want to damage their foot by removing them. BOTH SOLD Please PM for further information if you are interested. I will have many more items for sale including additional corals and some nice fish if these find new homes.Thanks for looking
  10. I'm in Oregon City. Please send PM for fastest reply. Thanks.
  11. Probably 50 pounds of dry rock that was originally a mix of pukani, Carib Sea, and some Marshall Island and possibly some Fiji. It’s been sitting outside under cover for a while and will obviously have to be cleaned before use. Also a large mesh bag of bio balls that were used in my pond. Free - first show up gets it. I won’t hold it unless you’re coming out the same day. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I've had a tank for so long I can't even remember the last time I took a break from the hobby. We are currently remodeling our home and soon will come time to do something about the room that the tank is currently set up in. I'm either going to have to to temporarily house my livestock while the room is being worked on and then set up in generally the same place, or sell everything and take a break for a while. The idea of not having a tank is very appealing especially since our kids are now both grown and we plan to travel more but I'm very attached to a few things in the tank. I have a 13 year old Magnifica anemone that is hosting a breeding pair of clowns for almost that entire time. These animals have been through all the up and downs that the tank has been through throughout the years. I also have another healthy Magnifica as well as two Giganteas that I know will be very hard to replace if I want to get back in sometime. I guess I'm just looking for a little advice one way or another from other reefers that have had to make the same decision.
  13. I bought a 30" heavy blue bar a few years ago for supplemental lighting. It seems to work well. I'm not using it now but I never had any problems with it. I also bought a 10" planted tank bar from them for my daughter. A couple of diodes went out shortly after receiving it and they quickly sent out a replacement light with only a single email sent to them.
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