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Selling livestock from my tank

Discussion in 'Frags and Livestock for Sale, Trade or Want to Buy' started by asn-naso, May 3, 2018.

  1. asn-naso

    asn-naso Tuna M.A.S.C Club Member

    There is a good chance I'll be moving in the near future, and would like to start thinning out my tank, and selling off equipment. I am willing to sell all live stock for the right price.

    While I am not good at names, I tried to put together a list of the corals, and fish I currently have. It is about 60-70% complete. I have also taken some pictures of the tank, and a video which you can access here:

    https://www.flickr.com/gp/158461105@N04/22nb28

    Please toss me offers for the corals if you don't like my suggested prices below. I want to be fair, please don't offer me frag prices for the larger colonies. :)

    Once the corals (and rock) is gone, I can sell the fish.

    I probably have over 150 lbs of rock in the tank. It was all high quality live rock. All has been in this tank for over 5 years. There are no pests, or algaes to worry about.



    4 or so rainbo BTA - $30 each, but might need to sell with rock
    2 duncan colonies - $35 each

    Smaller corals
    sunset monti - Not sure how I'd get off of rock
    Peach colorad challice - $30
    Red blasto colonoy - 8 or so heads - $30
    several small miliporia, acroporia, monti frags/colonies - $20 each
    large - 6"+ bright purple/green stylophoria - $60
    lots of metalic green mushrooms from teh old columbine HS tank - stuck on rocks

    Med sized
    scroll coral, on rock with misc zoas - $40
    pruple cap monti - $20
    red/green acro - about 4" - $40
    cinnamon palythoa grandis 8-10 on rock - $40
    potato chip coral - $20
    teal / purple rock anenome - $20

    toxic green hammers - $8 a mouth
    blue hammers - $4 a mouth
    green/purple frogspawns - $5 a mouth

    larger colonies
    ponops birdsnest - 12" wide - $80
    Purple / red Acro - 6" - $50
    6" cup coral - $40
    Pagado Cup coral - $40
    Purple / white favia - $20
    Several Acans (green / orange / red / rainbow / etc...) - $TBD
    green/pink acro - 5" - $50
    toxic green psammocora - ??


    corals on large rocks - not sure on pricing for these or how to sell them
    rainbow monti
    sunset monti
    blue ridge coral
    lots of zoas - $tbd
    Leptastrea - pink and neon green
    Leptastrea - orange and purple


    Fish:

    blue manderian - $30 - Promised
    purple pseudochromis - $15 (pink in color)Yellow tang - 4.5+" $40
    Bellus Angel - $150
    Blue Eyed - Bristle tooth tang - about 3.5-4" - $40
    purple tang - 5.5" - $200
    Black clown (domino) (almost 100% black) - 50 - female
    black/white(male)ocellaris clown - $30
    small orange/white clown - $25
    large Mocha orangle/white clown - female - $40
    red cap goby - $40
    spotted/striped shrimp goby - $20
    skunk cleaner - large - $20
    scarlet cleaner - large - $30
     
    Last edited: May 4, 2018
  2. Rigo07

    Rigo07 Prawn

    We’re u located


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  3. asn-naso

    asn-naso Tuna M.A.S.C Club Member

    I live near Centennial / SE Denver off of Arapahoe Rd and I-25.
     
  4. HoosierDaddy

    HoosierDaddy Sardine M.A.S.C Club Member

    Can you please put me down for the Mandarin goby when he is ready?
     
  5. Svsmithey

    Svsmithey Copepod

    Super ingested in the coral. When can I come by?
     
  6. Svsmithey

    Svsmithey Copepod

    Oops...interested
     
  7. Havs

    Havs Copepod

    PM’d


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  8. Tony

    Tony Copepod

    Interested in the BTA'S maybe more? thanks Tony
     

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