Sea Hare for sale: Cape town, gordons bay

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  1. deadmeat2016

    deadmeat2016 Wouter

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    Common Name:
    Sea Hare ​
    Scientific Name:
    Dolabella auricularia ​
    Size
    Huge! about the size of a decent sized computer mouse ​
    How long have you had it?
    4 months ​
    Shipping or Collection only:
    collection only ​
    Your location.
    Cape town, gordons bay ​
    Price:
    R100 ​
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    Notes:
    Eats macroalgaes and Nori like a beast, in the first 2 pics is my actual nudi, he is nocturnal so bit hard to get a good pic of him without scaring the fishies. the last pic is googled but i can gaurantee that what he looks like :thumbup: also a photo of him in my thread;

    http://www.marineaquariumsa.com/showthread.php?p=363125#post363125
     
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    459b Moderator MASA Contributor

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    how much for the polyps?
     
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    deadmeat2016 Thread Starter Wouter

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    lol, got some frags growing but theyre only still 1-2 polyps, thats my mother colony and not for sale im afraid :( sorry dude
     
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    This might sound dumb but, is it reef/softies safe??
     
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    yea completely safe, and seems resistant to nennie stings, and too big to get picked on by my boxing shrimp
     
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    So whats the reason for you getting rid of it?...may i ask
     
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    Its outgrowing my tank and he's a bit clumsy now, i got him when he was a bit bigger than a matchbox and didnt know my little frags down :( im sad to sell him but i just think some1 else can give him a better home
     
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