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Old 07-21-2007, 12:06 PM   #1
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Everything For Sale - Asap

Please bare with me identifying all types of coral, etc. My husband upkept this tank and is deployed in Iraq. Yesterday a large piece of coral fell and cracked the tank. So it has now been placed into a bin with little filtration & lighting. Everything needs to go ASAP! Pics available by request! Just make an offer..

75 pounds of live rock (some carribean)
  • Some are covered in purple and some in red and containing baby snails & star fish
  • One approx. 8" rock coverd in what looks to be yellow people eater polyps
  • Rocks coved in 3 different types of polyps, button and two other types in black and brown.
7" Brittle star
1 1/2" damsel
Several clutters of red tree gorgorian
2 types of xenia species
Other unidentified soft coral


Also available is the base which was for a 42"W x 11"D x 20"H sized tank in black, two doors.
Filtration & lighting by eclipse and all supplies that go along with tank.
Live sand if wanted, with several shells..

Old 07-21-2007, 12:15 PM   #2
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ALSO- a 7" snail in a conch shell, quarter inch snails, and baby snails

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Probably doesn't matter, but that *brittle star* looks exactly like my serpent star

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I googled it and yes the brittle star and serpent star look almost identical. In fact can be confused with one or the other. I do remember when we bought this from the pet place they called it a brittle star. Though they could have been wrong...that is what I was told it was.. Thanks!

Here is a link below, they are similar because they are in the same class of star fish..
http://www.wetwebmedia.com/brittlestars.htm

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If you have any stars or snails left, please let me know.. We are in Macon too, and could come over tomorrow. Thanks!

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So far everything is still available!!

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I can supply a 55g tank if someone can help me get it down there. Not sure if that'll help.

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I can go pick up some live rock tomorrow, maybe the softies aswell, sending you a pm

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THESE ARE PICS! =) I will try to get better pics to help identify everything Monday. Thanks!

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Is that non-photosynthetic gorgonian?

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Is that non-photosynthetic gorgonian?
Yes it is thanks!

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Monday I am going to try and get better pics of each rock so that I can identify the coral further. So far this is what I have identified

The polyps that cover most of the rocks I have identified as Zoanthid colony polyps and button polyps.
Also red and black mushroom coral.
Stick tree polyps
A 2 inch rock encrusted with red coral, I have not yet I identified.

The yellow polyps that I thought were people eaters, I believe it is Colony Polyp, Super Colored.
My husband kept them under a black light and were very colorful.
Live rock (not sure about these but pretty sure going by pics I found on foster & smith web site)
Red covered rocks- Fiji Premium Live Rock and carribean rocks, both similar in color think there is a mix.
Purple covered rocks- Tonga Deepwater Live Rock
Pink covered rocks-Tonga Ridge/Shelf Live Rock
I had a Green Ricordea Florida Mushroom and other unusual things, which I can not seem to locate but perhaps Monday I will.

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I can run down there for the Gorgs. Please PM a phone and address.

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This is Pat from Haynes. Glad to see that you got it posted ok. Do you have any details on the lights and filtration? Might be interested....

Also, the 8" piece with the polyps and xenia for my tank. PM me if it is still available.

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Hi, someone is dropping by tonight to look at all the coral. If those are left I will message you. I can't thank you enough for helping me out and directing me to this web site. Everyone is so friendly and bending over backwards to help me!!. THANK YOU!!!!!

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This is Pat from Haynes. Glad to see that you got it posted ok. Do you have any details on the lights and filtration? Might be interested....

Also, the 8" piece with the polyps and xenia for my tank. PM me if it is still available.
Hows that pistol shrimp doing?

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