[SOLD] [FS] Various corals: Cape Town - S. Suburbs (Ottery)

Discussion in 'Livestock For Sale/Swap' started by Ayoob, 30 Jun 2012.

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  1. Ayoob

    Ayoob

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    Various corals for sale
    Common Names:
    SPS corals at giveaway prices ​
    Scientific Names:
    Acropora sp ​
    Size of coral
    6cm - 30cm (MD-XL) ​
    How long have you had the corals?
    6 months ​
    Shipping or Collection only:
    collection ​
    Your location.
    Cape Town - S. Suburbs (Ottery) ​
    Price:
    R200 and up ​
    All sales to be conducted on the thread.
    • I agree
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  3. Ayoob

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    All coral are up for sale due to The upgrade, I don't think they will manage it well so before loosing any beautiful colonies I'm prepared to sell them off to good homes and stock up later as tank progresses and Mature.
     
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    Dude how much for the birdsnest? And wheres my frag?:p
     
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    If you selling the red meat coral I gave you then I want it back:), I also need some different frags as also getting rid of lps and softies and going sps only.:)
     
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    Nice dude. Maybe we can do some trades my sps for your lps and softies ;)
     
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    Looking for nice red brain....let me know if anyone has.
     
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    @Ayoob

    In your full tank shot that looks like a brain where cleaner wrasse is.
    You selling it?
     
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    @Ayoob

    In your full tank shot that looks like a brain where cleaner wrasse is.
    You selling it?
     
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    @Ayoob

    In your full tank shot that looks like a brain where cleaner wrasse is.
    You selling it?
     
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    @Ayoob

    In your fts that looks like a brain where cleaner wrasse is swimming.
    You selling it?
     
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    Update on what is still for sale and pricing these prices are really cheap compared to LFS so take advantage.

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    How is the build going??? Can't wait to see it!

    Thanks for the flame - will message for collection, had a casualty on Friday and waited till settled.

    You selling any of your softies or will they be easier to transfer to the new tank?
     
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    Hey cool, yes come and see me ill get you some lps if you want.
     
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    @Ayoob you still got the secale colony? I am keen if you can ship to EL. May I suggest trying to keep some of the hardier colonies they should be ok if you are going to do a straight transfer from one tank to another bigger system.
     
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    picture 2 and 6 - r they they same colony ?
    is that the colony for R 400 ?
     
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    @Kunhardt I dont think I would take a chance to ship live stock during this cold months of winter.
    Yes please that would be of great help, as i do want to keep some sps just not sure which of them will do well during this stage.

    Yes pic 2 and 8 are the same colony and yes its R400.
     
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    Dude I first need to decide if I really want to take the tank apart to catch that freakin coral goby but will let you know.
     
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    :lol: dont think it will be able to damage a birdsnest. No problem might also decide on keeping most coral if they tend to be hardy enough to handle some changes.
     
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