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  1. FS: leopard wrasse & 2 silver cardinals

    If it falls through with Jorge we will take it.
  2. Finally cleaned out the garage sale :)

    We still have a couple heaters, the dosing pumps and one return pump left.
  3. Finally cleaned out the garage sale :)

    Sump, return pumps, dosers and a couple heaters left. Everything else has been sold Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  4. Maxspect gyre xf150

    Sold Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  5. Maxspect gyre xf150

    Thanks and that's a bummer I was just being lazy. It's been sitting around for about 2 week waiting for me to post it. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  6. Finally cleaned out the garage sale :)

    More pics Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  7. Finally got a chance to go through all our extra stuff. If you have any questions feel free to ask. And if prices aren't fair feel free to make an offer (I find pricing stuff to be the most stressful part) 10 gal tank $5 55gal plumbed tank- doesn't look the nicest but would work as a frag tank or hospital tank or ???? $25 Sump (I believe this was a breeder tank turned sump) nice and big. We can't fit it under our stand or we'd keep it. $100 Eshopps HOB skimmer (for an HOB this thing is a champ) $50 Skimmer with controllable jebao pump (Sorry not sure what brand the skimmer itself is but it's good size and works well) $100 Hydor smart wave with two circulation pumps $40 Heaters (2 20w, 2 50w and 1 200w) $5 each Misc circulation pumps (a couple are missing magnets) $5 each 2 BRS dosing pumps $25 each 3 return pumps $15 each Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  8. Maxspect gyre xf150

    Used for about 4 months. Still works great just decided to go a different route. Asking $150 Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  9. And we are more than willing to return the favor
  10. Depending on location we'd give the cleaner shrimp a home

    This light has a good years worth of use on it. The green light isn't working (not sure how long it has been out) but all other lights work. The only other thing is the fan starting making noises shortly before we took the tank down. Perhaps it just needs to be cleaned? Otherwise this has been a great light. It includes the $30 tank mount as well. Asking $100 for everything Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk

    So, we bought this to run with our other lights and never did. It has only been taken out of the box for pictures. Asking $200 120W of LED Power: Full Spectrum Color: including true UV in the 380nm range and 20K LEDs which no other lights provide. Varied Optics: Includes both 120 degree optics as well as no optics on select LEDs to provide both tank water column penetrating power as well as good color blending of the LEDs. Manual Dimming Capability: No need to adjust the height of the light to get the intensity that you need such as when acclimating new coral. Also allows you to mix the blue and white channels to get the color balance that you like using simple top mounted control knobs. 3 Light Control Channels: Can turn Blue, White and Moon channels on/off separately using built-in timer for sunrise/sunset effects. Applications: Up to 30 of tank length for SPS tanks. 36 for lower light tanks. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  13. His fish are so big, fat happy and great looking! Sure wish I had a larger tank so they could come live with me. His hammer and cup coral are probably the largest I've ever seen. Someone with a bigger tank than me needs to snag them up!
  14. guess the wrasse

    We've had the same wrasse for years and have no clue what type it is. When I have googled it the closest I can come up with is a Pylei fairy wrasse. I was wondering myself if it was a Juvi of sorts but since it still hasn't changed at all so I ruled that out. Good luck figuring it out and hopefully someone has the answer because I'd love to know myself