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Old 01-28-2013, 02:06 PM   #1
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BioCube 29 Reef w/livestock

I have a 29g Biocube reef tank for sale, I bought it and have been running it for a few months now. I am going to stick with freshwater for now so I am selling the system as a whole.
The tank/stand is about a year old, the lights are two 36w 50/50 pc bulbs and they are about 2.5 months old. It also has 15 blue LEDs for tide lighting. There is approximately 25lbs of live rock, a colony of green polyps, a gregorian, and a set of blastomussa. All of the corals are doing very well and growing. There are two clownfish, a tiger pistol and a Blue Spotted Watchman Goby along with roughly 8 hermit crabs, 2 Emerald Crabs, snails and slugs. I also have a new refractometer from BRS, hydrometers, nets, heater, circulation pump, salt and a Red Sea test kit with about 60 tests left in it.
I am selling the setup as a whole and will not sell components separately. It is for pickup only as I will not ship it unless a buyer wants to pay for it.
I am setting the price at $200 OBO, it is a clean setup and runs well. I will consider all offers.
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I have a 29g Biocube reef tank for sale, I bought it and have been running it for a few months now. I am going to stick with freshwater for now so I am selling the system as a whole.
The tank/stand is about a year old, the lights are two 36w 50/50 pc bulbs and they are about 2.5 months old. It also has 15 blue LEDs for tide lighting. There is approximately 25lbs of live rock, a colony of green polyps, a gregorian, and a set of blastomussa. All of the corals are doing very well and growing. There are two clownfish, a tiger pistol and a Blue Spotted Watchman Goby along with roughly 8 hermit crabs, 2 Emerald Crabs, snails and slugs. I also have a new refractometer from BRS, hydrometers, nets, heater, circulation pump, salt and a Red Sea test kit with about 60 tests left in it.
I am selling the setup as a whole and will not sell components separately. It is for pickup only as I will not ship it unless a buyer wants to pay for it.
I am setting the price at $200 OBO, it is a clean setup and runs well. I will consider all offers.
Please PM me if interested.
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I have given the clownfish to a friend but I still have the blue spotted watchman gone and tiger pistol along with shrimp and other inverts. I also have more corals. There are photos of the new corals below:
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I have given the clownfish to a friend but I still have the blue spotted watchman gone and tiger pistol along with shrimp and other inverts. I also have more corals. There are photos of the new corals below:
Would u ship coral?
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It depends if someone is buying the tank with the coral in mind. I can sell frags if you saw something you liked. I also have blastomussa, a mushroom and green polyps that aren't pictured. The blasto is too small yet though.
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It depends if someone is buying the tank with the coral in mind. I can sell frags if you saw something you liked. I also have blastomussa, a mushroom and green polyps that aren't pictured. The blasto is too small yet though.
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Can you ship the frogspawn ? Thanks
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Let me check on prices for the shipping and what the corals would sell for. I know that at retail the corals would be very expensive given their size, so I would be below that but not by too much.
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Let me check on prices for the shipping and what the corals would sell for. I know that at retail the corals would be very expensive given their size, so I would be below that but not by too much.
I'm still waiting on prices so let me know, I asked first
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Prices are as follows for corals:
Blue Candy Cane - $75
Green Candy Cane - $125
Frogspawn - $200

All + Shipping
(I still need to find out what shipping will be.)

If you have a different idea or offer please PM me.
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Hi all, I've decided that I will not break up my setup and will sell as a whole or ill keep it.
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