Racoon Butterfly for sale: Durban

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  1. Hudsonkzn

    Hudsonkzn

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    Fish for Free
    Common Name:
    Racoon Butterfly
    Scientific Name:
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    Size of fish
    7 to 8cm
    How long have you had the fish?
    3 Years
    Is the fish eating?
    Very Well
    Shipping or Collection only:
    Collection or Drop Off in Durban only
    Your location.
    Durban
    Price:
    Free
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    I am looking for a good home for my long time friend. He is a pleasure to watch in the tank, but sadly he is not Coral friendly.

    I am adding corals to my tank, and I need to find him a good home.

    Any Takers?
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  3. Hudsonkzn

    Hudsonkzn Thread Starter

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    Here is the Pic.

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  4. erle_vaughan

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    yaw... beautiful specimen dude.

    I would love to but, I'm waiting to see if my threadfins rash my polyps. they still pretty small though so i dunno.
     
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    Erle.

    This Racoon, will clear out all your Corals.

    He is not meant for a Coral tank.
     
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    hey, I'm sure some oke will wake it... he looks awesome!
     
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    Ron, I'll take this guy off you, I need one to chow up my aiptasia in my frag tank.
     
  8. Hudsonkzn

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    Hey Cool Meks.

    Let me know when you want him? You can pick him up, and check out my tank, or I can bring him to you maybe this Weekend.

    At least I know I can stop by and visit him from time to time.

    I'll call you!
     
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    Ok, will try and make a plan, I need him asap. Thanks bro!
     
  10. Suhayl

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    Is this a locally caught speciman? Lovely fish you have there.
     
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    Hudsonkzn Thread Starter

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    Yes Suhayl. I caught him in Scottsburgh, 3 years ago. He was much smaller. My first Marine Fish Catch.

    He is loved by both my wife, and more recently my son, but I need to finally move to corals so he has to go. The wife is actually upset with me for getting rid of him.

    Gladly I know he will be in Mek's tank, so I can always take my wife and son there to see him. ;) Mek's permission of course...lol
     
  12. Suhayl

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    All I want to catch is the Gem Tang. If you happen to see one catch it for me please:)
     
  13. KeeganP

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    Hey Hudson do you have another :D
     
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    do you want one for your tank ???
     
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    Yes so he can eat my zoas :whistling: lol na man, just wanted to know, planning another tank ;) shhh
     
  16. Hudsonkzn

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    Sorry Keegan, don't have one. But these are pretty common. I was following one around in a shallow rock pool in Scottburgh this past Saturday.
     
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