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Tank Crashed. Selling what's left alive (inverts, rock, some coral)


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Lost quite a bit of my tank yesterday and was already considering taking a break from the hobby. Taking this as a sign, so I want to get the livestock rehomed ASAP. Please take it all as a lot. $150

 

East Vancouver, WA (Burnt Bridge Creek - 98682)

 

Here's what I know is still alive:

2 small bubble tip anemones

1 Haitian anemone

1 feather duster worm

2 Fighting conches

a handful (probably more than a dozen left, but let's say 6 just to play it safe) Trochus, nassarius, bumble bee, nerite, ceriths snails

a few zebra and red tip hermits

1 electric blue hermit

1 halloween hermit

palm sized branching rock with mushrooms (6-7 heads)

palm-sized zoa rock, partially broken in two

3 large pieces of rock (enough to make a little ledge/arch in a 25 gal, don't remember the precise weight)

Hawaiian Black arag-alive sand

There is some GSP and xenia on some of the rock, easily removed if you don't want it.

 

NOTE: the rock has bristleworms. I know some hate them, some love them. I never minded them, but if you do you'll have to dry out the rock or invest in something to eat it.

 

The following are in the "I can't find them; might still be alive, might not be" camp (so plan on not, but could be a bonus):

1 scarlet hermit

1 tuxedo urchin

tiger pistol shrimp

a gorgeous nudibranch that appeared out of nowhere 2-3 weeks ago despite me not changing a single thing in many months. Looks just like the photo of Hypselodoris infucata on wikipedia?

 

The tank is a Waterbox 25 penninsula + AI Prime HD, I'll be listing that separately after I get it emptied. Feel free to reach out to me if you're interested in that and don't mind waiting.

 

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and here's the nudi because it was so interesting:

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46 minutes ago, The ReefBox said:

Man sorry to hear this what happened? 

Thanks. Honestly, I'm not 100% certain, and this is going to sound a bit crazy, but my only theory is Dr Tim's Waste-away gel. I haven't made any notable changes or additions to my tank in a while. I had a stick of the waste-away gel kicking around so I put it in on Friday. Saturday night I noticed one of my clowns acting strange and eventually dying, but everything else was fine so I thought it was a fluke. Yesterday I woke up to all the fish, shrimp, emerald crab, etc dead. Most of the snails and hermits survived, as did the nems. I haven't had time to test and at this point I'm just going to throw in the towel for now. [and good to (virtually) see you again!]

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On 6/20/2022 at 6:33 PM, rappo said:

Thanks. Honestly, I'm not 100% certain, and this is going to sound a bit crazy, but my only theory is Dr Tim's Waste-away gel. I haven't made any notable changes or additions to my tank in a while. I had a stick of the waste-away gel kicking around so I put it in on Friday. Saturday night I noticed one of my clowns acting strange and eventually dying, but everything else was fine so I thought it was a fluke. Yesterday I woke up to all the fish, shrimp, emerald crab, etc dead. Most of the snails and hermits survived, as did the nems. I haven't had time to test and at this point I'm just going to throw in the towel for now. [and good to (virtually) see you again!]

Ugh that sucks.  Sorry you have to deal with that. Hope to have you join us again soon!

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