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    Posted: June 26 2012 at 10:19am
I have decided to downgrade a little bit. I have too many tanks. so i am selling my breeding setup.   
The setup includes:
  • 14 Gallon Biocube
  • 15 pounds of sand
  • 12 pounds of live rock
  • the one large rock has tons of green star polyps on it
  • mated pair of occularis clownfish, these guys have been doing the happy dance for a long time
  • A heater and extra biocube filters
  • one small green bubble tip anemone
  • one medium sized rose buble tip anemone


I am hoping to sell it as a full setup but if there is enough interest I will Part it out. Asking $175 for the whole thing. let me know if you are interested.

Pictures comming soon
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lesser containers are perfect for fish such as goldfish, mollies, betas, or neons. These fish are generally very simple to care for, but need a good bit of upkeep due to the fact that they make large allowances of waste. Goldfish are the most tough to hold clean, as they produce more waste than any other fish.





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