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Hello i'm breaking down my tank and selling everything. All coral must go first. My timeline to get rid of the coral is preferably 2 weeks. Once all the coral is gone I will be breaking down the tank and cleaning it and all items will be going up on here for sale. 

If you are interested please leave me a comment or send me your contact info to my DM and i will reply.  I will be checking back throughout the day.


My Corals 


(2 out of 3 Remain) Three Big live rocks covered with Green Star Polyps (GSP)---all covered on live 3 separate line rocks---$100 for the Big rock and $50 for the small oneI

The top middle one is gone from a sale for a local friend


Armageddon Zoanthids ---- one large colony on a live rock for -- $50 


Gorilla Nipples with Sunny D’s Growing and a Fava coral as one or can break the plug out if needed---$50


Blonde Blue eyed [language filter]--there is like 3 heads --$25


Rainbow Acans ---- $60


Fruit Lop Zoanthids 3 inch round frag plate--$30


Utter Chaos Zoanthids ----Sold


Three head blue zoanthid with yellow rim ---$50

3 inch Round frag plate Orange Zoanthids are --$50---next to the sushi bar

Rastas ---$25

Encrusted Red and orange coral is ----$50

Green Apples Sold -- All though there are some heads on my zen reef frag rack---ZenReef Frag rack $45--extra plates are included


2 Nemos -- $50


1-Damisle --$20














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