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Located in PA 18974

Yellow Long nose butterfly MED 4in, selling because hes been eating my corals and a new clam. Had him for over a year. He doesnt bother sps or softies just lps and clams. Even leaves my feather duster alone. Fully quarantined went through copper and prazi before putting him in the display. Asking $35
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The rest of these fish im listing for a friend and have not been quarantined but are healthy


Pair of XL Heniochus butterflies 6-8in, i used to own these 2 and had them since they were small. They have been a pair from the beginning and it would be a shame to split them since they always hang out together. They are fine with sps but will eat zoas and lps. $60 for both but must have atleast 180g tank. These guys are huge.
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Neon velvet damsel MED hes kinda aggressive not gonna lie, but a pretty fish for sure. FREE TO GOOD HOME dont have any current pics but heres one from when he was small

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XL Domino damsel 5-6in female, lays eggs all the time. $15
 
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I’m very interested in the butterfly from Downingtown PA so pretty close. Has he ever been housed with any anemone? You said safe with softies, Xenia, GSP, colts? I just keep a very low maintenance setup and let the “nuisance” coral go crazy, but it hasn’t propagated enough for anyone to start gnawing away yet!
 
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I’m very interested in the butterfly from Downingtown PA so pretty close. Has he ever been housed with any anemone? You said safe with softies, Xenia, GSP, colts? I just keep a very low maintenance setup and let the “nuisance” coral go crazy, but it hasn’t propagated enough for anyone to start gnawing away yet!
Theyre gone unfortunately. They were in a friend's tank and he was moving suddenly they had to go asap
 

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