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Found 11 results

  1. I've got about 20 different strains of zoanthids I'm going to start fragging up for sale. I just bought 2 frag racks, so I've got plenty of room for all of those corals you're going to buy. -All corals are cut to order. -All frags will be 3-5 polyps, unless otherwise stated or agreed upon. Prices may vary if any other number of polyps is requested. -A minimum of 5 days is required for all corals to heal after cutting. If a coral dies during the healing process, a new frag will be cut or refund will be issued if one is not available. -Corals can be held for up to 7 days after the initial healing period. -There is a minimum purchase of $100. To make up for possible gas costs or shipping materials, I have to set a minimum purchase amount. I apologize for the inconvenience. -An email with tracking information will be sent on the agreed upon shipping date if local pickup/arrangement is not possible. Shipping is up to the seller to pay, up to a maximum of $50 to the continental US. Local pickup is available for those willing to drive to Salem, OR. I'm willing to drive depending on the purchase amount. There is a 24-hour DOA guarantee for shipped corals; no DOA guarantee for local pickup as there are many variables that could affect the health of the coral outside of my control (ie. leaving the coral in a hot car, car accidents, improper securing of coral in vehicle). Picture documentation must be provided within the first 24 hours of delivery or a refund/replacement will not be made. -Payment information will be settled in private messages. PayPal is preferred. -No trades for other corals will be made. I don't have the time or money to quarantine new corals, which is why I only purchase from trusted vendors. If you're interested in trading for equipment, private message me. Thank you all so much for stopping by. I'll try to keep up with availability as best I can. Don't hesitate to ask any questions!Sunny D's- $25 (multiple available) WWC Safecracker- $20 (multiple available) WWC Evil Heart Zoas $50 (multiple available) WWC Clownface Zoas- $40 (multiple available) Strawberry Wine Zoa- $25 (multiple available) Scrambled Eggs Zoa- $30 (multiple available) BEBB- $30 (multiple available) WWC LA Lakers- $35 (multiple available) WWC Loganberry Zoa- $25 (multiple available) Goblins on Fire Zoa- $35 (limited available) Bloodsucker Zoa- $30 WWC Baby Yoda Zoa- $40 (limited availability) Snitches Zoa- $75 (limited availability) Pink Diamond Zoa- $20 per polyp (limited availability) CB Rockstar Zoa- $60 (limited availability) Sold to me as CB Punk Rocker, but has morphed over time so not sure....regardless- $25 (multiple available)
  2. Tank is starting to get a bit full so I’m gonna try a sale. We aren’t comfortable having people in the house yet so you can pick things up from my front porch (Lake Oswego) or I can meet up at Cuttlefish in Friday afternoons it anytime Saturday/Sunday. I know seeing people’s tanks is half the fun so I’m willing to try FaceTime if people want Heres the list (package deals possible) ASD Leprechauns- $70pp CB White Zombies - $50pp CB Walking Dead - $50pp (similar to zombies but color is more darker red, white, and mint.. really unique) OG Magicians - $20 for 5 polyps RDPE (Red Devil People Eaters) - $15pp GB Rainbow Troll - $60pp Rastas - $15 for 5+ CB Pink Diamonds - $30pp or 3 for $70 CB Disco Inferno - $20 or $50 for 3 Nuc Greens - $20 for 5 polyps BBEB (Blondies) - $10pp or $25 for 3 Red Death - $15 for 1 polyp or $40 for 3 polyps (1 available) No Name Zoas (dark green, light green, with peach mixed in) - $10 for around $15 polyps Mixed colony - one plug with 6 Pink Diamonds, 7 Rastas, and a bunch of the no names $80 JF Burning Banana - $30 JF Freak Hair - $20 (small frags) WWC Bizarro - $20 All the names zoas were bought from the source, so they’re legit. Some of these are already cut. Some will be on frag pieces rather than a whole plug, or multiples on a single plug.
  3. For those of you who are not into the SPS Acropora scene it looks like we still have a few of the zoanthids left from the Oregon Reef Expo as well and this means there will be another auction. And as with the other auction going on right now all the proceed will be going straight to the Tanks For Teachers program. Just look at this nice and colorful coral frag pack going on here. A couple mini colonies about to start here. Blue Eyed Girls, Armageddons, Dragon Eyes, Purple Deaths, Fire and Ice, and two other nice looking frags to complete the paly polyp pack. The bidding will end on Friday the 19th midnight, with preferred pick up at the August 21st meeting at Emeralds House. Let the bidding begin.
  4. So I found this tiny bottle, and figured, that needs some coral.. So here it is.. The start to a tiny nano.. Bookshelf nano Maybe just GSP, Xenia, and majanos in there for now.. No feeding, just some sunlight and WC once a month
  5. Starting up a 8g Nuvo full of zoas.. Here are its humble beginnings.. Not the final placement but it's a start for now
  6. Just wanted to say a huge thanks to MrBret and Softy for the amazing zoas haha enabling my new addiction lol =) love the huge selection you guys have and all the coloration in them :-D and have had an awesome time every time I have came to get a new one.
  7. Im looking to buy some zoas, in particular the ones im looking for are: Sunny D's Captain Americas and maybe some rainbows depending on price. If you have any let me know how much you want for them.
  8. Just curious as I'm about to start stocking my tank here in a little bit but curious as to know if anyone adds any extra nutrients to their tank besides the salt they use. Im using Red Sea Pro salt and mainly want a softies tank with a few SPS but dominantly Zoas and Shrums and some LPS. Anyways just trying to get some input on what you've noticed with growth and development with some extra supplements. Thanks for any info!!
  9. Signs of zoa stress and how to fix it.. 1. Too much light or being trampled by hermits and snails they will close or look squished, maybe bruised. You want to move them to a darker lower spot or on a ledge that a shell cannot travel to easily :The red Zoas were in to strong of light and just the centers are showing, the bottom ones are all shut on one side, if these happen rearrange them until they reopen again :Either partial shade or lower down than before, sometimes if they reach to tall and look like trumpets it's to little of light. The far right is the same morph in proper lighting 2. Algae can be the death of Zoas : you want to put it somewhere snails can graze, and get a clean up crew that eats the algae if you do not have hermits or a Seahare does great with green hair algae. : if the CUC isn't touching it, pull the algae out with your fingers if it's long enough, or frag up the zoa and clip off the rock surrounding the polyps till you have separated the polyps from the rock and reglue to a new clean live/dry rock 3. Being stung by coral or worms, Sometimes you get spider webs inside the tank or so etching is eating your Zoas :The God or wars (right) are bleached and closed up, maybe have brown or black spots on them from where the Vermitid worm's spider web is stinging them, or maybe it's a sweeper from a coral it will look like this : super glue up the source of the spider webs, it should look like a feather duster hole with 2 antennae reaching out, or move the coral or zoa out of sweeping range. :This photo ^ also shows how I arrange a clear path for hermits to crawl around my Zoas and not over them, steep walls and frags on a plateau will keep them from climbing, but they need an easy route to travel on. (You can see the red skirt Zoas on the left look closed and bruised from being trampled over when the route was clogged with a plug) :Overhangs and channels need to be built in between your rockwork, and you can build in fences to make them go around the long way, see the rocks sticking up on the left used to be the climbing path.
  10. So I hope I don't invite a bidding war by broadcasting these.. But if anyone gets some.. I would really like a frag.. Id pay 25-30 a head, or we can talk something out. These gotta be the best looking zoas, in person, Ive seen in a while.. They're called Rainbow Princess, and are bright pink when closed.. Brighter pink and yellow when open.. A candy apple morph that should spread out to all zoa hoarders if possible.. GoldenBasket really delivers sometimes
  11. I figured I should get a thread started for trading. There is not a whole lot for coral variety where I am at so I was hoping I could get a few more morphs\types via trading with the community. There are some varieties I would pay for but for the most part I would prefer to trade...If you want to pay for a polyp or two by all means. Right now I am really looking to replace my... Nightmares, TECO Forbidden Fruits, Goldslaugers, This does not mean that there are not a number of types I want but do not know it yet, if I do not have it it is worth a shot to see if I do want it.. I tend to find things I like about every coral and I do like subdued colors and pastels. I know for a fact that there are several members right here that have a large number of zoas I would like to have in my tank. Sasquatch , Clark, Bomber, you know who you are. The thing is I live aaallll the way in Corvallis Oregon so keep that in mind, I can ship out if needed but I don't get out much due to children\health problems. Meeting up at a PNWMAS gathering or Local Fish Store is the other means to cross paths with me as I have been know to find my way to the coral shops when I get to pass through a city..
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