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Hey there folks,

I'm a relative beginner in the hobby, and somewhat new to the area. Trying to get a sense of what's what and where to go for corals and trades. I started my aquarium, a 5 gallon little desktop tank, about a year ago and have beginner corals overgrowing some of it. I've got lots of blue mushrooms and multiple baby colt corals and one large parent that I'm seeking to trade for more advanced corals. I'm running out of space in my tank and while starting with hardy, easy-to-grow corals was a great move as a beginner, as I get more experience in the hobby I want to branch out into different corals. My general go-to aquarium in the area is Elmer's, and they won't accept corals for trade in for store credit, so I wanted to know if there was anywhere here that did, or if there was anyone here wanting some corals?

Looking forward to any and all responses!
 
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Hey there folks,

I'm a relative beginner in the hobby, and somewhat new to the area. Trying to get a sense of what's what and where to go for corals and trades. I started my aquarium, a 5 gallon little desktop tank, about a year ago and have beginner corals overgrowing some of it. I've got lots of blue mushrooms and multiple baby colt corals and one large parent that I'm seeking to trade for more advanced corals. I'm running out of space in my tank and while starting with hardy, easy-to-grow corals was a great move as a beginner, as I get more experience in the hobby I want to branch out into different corals. My general go-to aquarium in the area is Elmer's, and they won't accept corals for trade in for store credit, so I wanted to know if there was anywhere here that did, or if there was anyone here wanting some corals?

Looking forward to any and all responses!
How much for some colt coral??
 
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How much for some colt coral??
Does $10 sound good to you? No idea how to rationally price these, lol. I'll send you a picture of the frags you could choose from later today, some of them are still "taking root" or getting connected to the frag plugs and growing in.

I will warn that they grow rapidly and can easily shade corals underneath them. They are relatively hardy though, it's been a very forgiving coral for a beginning reefer.
 
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Does $10 sound good to you? No idea how to rationally price these, lol. I'll send you a picture of the frags you could choose from later today, some of them are still "taking root" or getting connected to the frag plugs and growing in.

I will warn that they grow rapidly and can easily shade corals underneath them. They are relatively hardy though, it's been a very forgiving coral for a beginning reefer.
Ok.
 
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Sorry! I took the pics but never posted them, it’s been a busy week here. Frags have all finally taken root on their plugs, last pic is of the mother colony(?) if you’d like a big one

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