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Getting Out of Hobby. All Fish and Equipment for Sale


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The combination of a velvet outbreak and my own surgery has made managing our tank too much. I'd prefer a reasonable offer for everything but also recognize that someone would have to purchase a tank that needs to be fallow and fish in quarantine. If no such offers are forthcoming, we'll part it out, but we just need to find homes for the livestock first. Really, we would just like a reasonable offer from someone who would try their best to take care of the fish.

 

Here's what we have: 110 gallon tank and very solid stand. The tank is 72" inches long. Three LED hanging panels, sump, reef octopus in sump skimmer (xp1000SSS/XP), eco 633 return pump, cpr aquatics cs100 overflow box

the livestock: four or five corals, around seventy or more pounds of live rock; two black and white clowns, a swallowtail angel, kole tang, two heniochus diphreutes, shrimp goby, pearly jawfish, mandarin goby, royal gramma, two cleaner shrimp, red starfish, cleanup crew.

there are also two twenty gallon tanks: an eheim canister, fluval canister, glass lids, aqueon 110 filter and more.

 

Pictures of any or all can be transmitted on request.

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We're in SE Portland. The jawfish: $10; Angel: $35; mandarin: $10; goby $10, clowns: $10. royal gramma: $10, cleaner shrimp: $10. I'd like to sell the rest the system together, including the fish for $1000 obo. If I can't find a buyer, I'll break it down and sell the pieces individually. But the fish are the priority, so if I'm pricing them here.

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After talking it over with my wife we've changed our thinking regarding the fish. We're not going to charge anything for them. we just want to find them good homes for them (they'll have to quarantined and treated). The Angel is beautiful and just arrived yesterday and has not been in the DT where we had the velvet.

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The fish have been takenWe'd like to sell the system for $1000 OBO over $750. If it's still available in a couple of days, we'll start parting it out, in case anyone is interested. There's some excellent equipment. The system includes: tank and stand, LED panels, overflow box, skimmer, sump, return pump, two 20-gallon QT tanks and filters and stand, misc. pumps, filters, testing equipment. Oh, and the contents of the tank, a few corals and lots of live rock and sand. (will have to be fallow for a while though). Some photos are attached. [ATTACH]12968[/ATTACH][ATTACH]12969[/ATTACH][ATTACH]12970[/ATTACH].

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Here is the equipment list. Please PM if interested. (if any of these are higher than the prices previously listed, I will, of course, charge the lower price (cut and pasted this from Craigslist) :

 

Much of the equipment is virtually new and can be used for salt and freshwater. Here is the list and prices:

 

110 gallon tank and stand - 100. The stand is incredibly solid. The tank is 72" x 18" x 19"

Aqueon glass lids (3): $25

sump (with two socks included): 28" x 13" x 16": $75

reef octopus skimmer with bubblemaster pump: $100

CPR Aquatics 100 overflow box: 50

between 75 and 100 pounds of live rock (will have to be quarantined): $2 lb

a few coral pieces (will have to be quarantined: $20 apiece

four Hydor powerheads $10 each

various heaters $10

three led hanging panels $100 each

two 20-gallon long tanks and stand, one hood: $50

Eheim Ecco Canister pro 2232: $35

Aqueon 110 filter $35

test kits including refraction salinity tester $50

eco 633 return pump $20

aqualifter pump (2) $5

reef octopus nano skimmer $35

Fluval canister $15

small light hood $10

misc. supplies (wall cleaner, frozen food, plastic algae cup, salt, small pumps, $25

10 gallon tank $5

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As of tonight, this is what is left:

 

This is what is left:

 

110 gallon tank and stand - 100

sump and two socks - 75

reef octopus skimmer 100 (someone has said he wants this)

between 75 and 100 pounds of live rock: $100

submersible titanium heater: 20

two other heaters: $20

two 20-gallon long tanks and stand $50

eheim canister pro $35

aqueon 110 filter $35

many test kits $50

aqueon glass lids 20

fluval canister Model U2 $15

small light hood 10

misc. supplies $25 (nets, tubing, marineland pump, rio pumps, tetra pump, thermometers, frozen food, wafers)

overflow box: $25

10 gallon tank $5

 

PM me for anything. I respond quickly.

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left now are the tank and stand, price negotiable

sump: $75

Aqueon 110 filter: $110

two twenty-gallon long tanks and stand: $35 for all three

about fifty pounds of live rock: $2 lb.

submersible heater: $5

misc. stuff and test kits (see above): $25

ten gallon tank: $5

cleanup crew: $20

genx-4100 pump: $15

overflow box: $15

PM and I'll respond immediately

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yes. this is what is left:

 

left now are the tank and stand, price negotiable

sump: $75

Aqueon 110 filter: $110

two twenty-gallon long tanks and stand: $35 for all three

about fifty pounds of live rock: $2 lb.

submersible heater: $5

misc. stuff and test kits (see above): $25

ten gallon tank: $5

cleanup crew: $20

genx-4100 pump: $15

overflow box: $15

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