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    Posted: January 28 2018 at 4:17pm
I have a sea hare that will be available soon.

It is nearly done with its job.

Tank now looks great.

Contact me on here with any interest.

You need to be willing to come and pick it up.

I live in Santaquin





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I am interested in your sea hare. I have some Cyano bacteria I need to get rid of. When will it be available?
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It will be available Tuesday onward, I think it will be out of food tonight.

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My number is(760) 484-6154. I am in Lehi. Is he reef safe? Or did he mess with you corals?
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It is reef safe by nature.
I haven't had any issues with it, it tore through GHA.

It has also hung out on the glass a bit eating algae like a snail as it moved from place to place.

I'll see if I can capture it this evening when I get home.

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I am also interested and wouldn't mind the drive to santaquin. Any idea how much you are looking to get for the little guy?
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Originally posted by Jersmith2 Jersmith2 wrote:

I am interested in your sea hare. I have some Cyano bacteria I need to get rid of. When will it be available?
Sea hares eat only hair algae, not cyano
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Does your tank have hair algae?

I haven't seen the sea hare the last two nights, as see as I see it I will capture it.

I'll contact you if you are still interested after it is captured.

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It is important to note that Sea Hares can "INK" and posion your tank, also if it dies the toxic ink can be released.  It is very important that you understand what you are getting that you will be able to care for it properly.

If you are do not have the correct diet for it, don't worry there are others that do.  

I have one other person interested, if neither of you want it I will see if one or our local stores will take it.

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I have hair Algae and Cyano. Mostly concerned with the Cyano right now. If it won’t take care of the Cyano then feel frree to pass it to someone else.
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Still can’t find him tonight. I’ll
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I have a smaller tank (30 gallon) with some GHA issues.   How fast does it eat through alga? I would be interested in using it for a smaller amount of time to help knock down my hair algea.   I am in Pleasant Grove.
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