[FS]: Closing down sale : Durbanville, Cape Town

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  1. Tim S

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    Full system sales or multiple items for sale.
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    Closing down sale ​
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    Hi all, with great sadness,I have to sell all my livestock as I will be be re-locating soon and cannot take them with. My system has been running for 3 years and all the inmates have been in my tank for at least 10 months. All fish are eating well. The corals, softies etc can be collected first and then all the fish at the same time once all corals have been sold. I will only be able to respond to posts after 18:00 in the evenings.

    Here's my list

    Corals, softies etc.
    2 x hammers - R100 & R120
    1 x frogspawn - R400
    2 x pallys - R50 for both
    1 x green star pollys - R100
    1 x brown star pollyps - R80
    1 x pin cussion leather 150mm dia - R150
    1 x kenya tree - R80
    1 x red cauliflower leather - R150
    1 x rose bubble tip nennie - R500

    Fish & inverts.
    5 x goldies (family) - R320 for all
    3 x cromis - R50 each
    1 x yellow tang - R500
    1 x yellow belly regal tang - R300
    1 x toby - R100
    1 x cleaner wrasse - R70
    1 x 6 line wrasse - R120
    1 x leaf wrasse - R120
    1 x blue face goby - R80
    1 x clown (mis-bar) - R300
    1 x coral banded (boxing) shrimp - R120
    1 x fire shrimp - R80
    2 x peppermint shrimp - R70 each

    As I had to redo the whole post agin, I will send the pictures on next post.

    Tim ​
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    Dibs on the goldies please and 1 pepermint shrimp.
     
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    dibs on toby pending pics
     
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    Damit sry undibs...See now that they are not 100% Reef safe...
     
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    They are my favourites!!!!! One has started turning into a male and colour is starting to change.
     
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    He is perfectly reef safe, the cutest oak you've seen. The dots are actually blue as opposed to the pic which looks green.
     
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    Is he very aggresive?I have Cleaner, Sixline, Lemon Goby, Lawn Blenny and Forktail Blenny...How big is he about..
     
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    Cool, let me know when we can get together.
     
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    Very dosile, bothers no one. He's about 4 to 5 cm's long.
     
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    Dibs on:
    1 x hammers - R120
    2 x pallys - R50 for both
    1 x green star pollys - R100
    1 x brown star pollyps - R80
    1 x kenya tree - R80

    Let me know when is best to collect :)
     
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    and 1 peppermint shrimp please

    Sorry you have to shut down... must be sad to see everything go!
     
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    Ok im gonna take a chance...Ill take him...Let me know when i can collect...:thumbup:Is it maby this one...
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    Dibs on boxing shrimp and blue face goby
     
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    And the pincushion please
     
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    How big is the leaf wrasse?
     
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    Dibs on the R100 hammer and the R80 Fire shrimp please.
     
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    Whenever you ready. I'll Pm you my number if you want to text or call me.
     
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    He's about 6 to 7 cm long. Doubt he will grow any bigger as he is 2 years old and has been this size for over a year now.
     
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