Regal Tang, Foxface, etc for sale: East London.

Discussion in 'Livestock For Sale/Swap' started by Broder, 17 Aug 2011.

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  1. Broder

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    Fish for sale
    Common Name:
    Regal Tang, Foxface, etc ​
    Scientific Name:
    - ​
    Size of fish
    17cm ​
    How long have you had the fish?
    4years ​
    Is the fish eating?
    Eating all foods presented. ​
    Shipping or Collection only:
    Collection only ​
    Your location.
    East London. ​
    Price:
    Regal Tang R1000, Foxface R350 ​
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    Notes:
    These are large, adult fish and require a large tank. I will only let the fish go to an experienced fish keeper. ​
     
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  3. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Hi Mudshark, can you try again with your pic please, thanks.
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    Sorry... don't know what went wrong there Dean. Fixed now:).
     
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    What are the etc. - corals perhaps?
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    Other fish. But I always throw in many frags, leathers and star polyps if you buy a fish;)
     
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    Will take them off your hands if you can ship
     
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    Lol, you throw those in even if I don't buy fish.
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    I'd love to Sean, but I won't be able to catch them simultaneously and then hold them in a separate tank to stop their feeding for a couple of days.
     
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    Pity, as you know I am looking for big fish. Sims have one I want (actually 2 ...lol).

    Thank you anyway:)
     
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    Reason for selling?
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    If you know of anyone coming through, let me know well in advance so that I can make a plan to catch them. I'd love them to go to you.

    I want to introduce my emperor into the tank and the bio-load will be too high should there be a power failure etc.
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    These fish are still for sale.
     
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    :whistling:
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    Still available........ I'll accept offers as long as I know they're going to a good home. Also have a large aiptasia munching vagi which I'm giving away to whoever takes these fish....... plus heaps of corals.
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    The fish are still available to a good home.
     
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    Sorry to bump in on your thread, just wanted to give a whistle on seank's behalf...


    :whistling: (for seank)
     
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    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    No problem bud. I'm not keen to ship such large fish, but if transport for a larger water container with airpump is available, then it'll be fine.
     
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