Large pieces of soft coral

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I've been helping a friend start a reef tank and am looking for some soft corals to stock a basically empty 110g tall tank (4ftx1.5ft). I almost exclusively keep sps now so I dont have much to offer him which is why I told him I would ask around on the forums to see what I can find.

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Yellow toad stool
green toadstool
green branching leathers (nepthea, sinularia)
pulsing xenia
mushrooms
bright GSP

Looking mostly for local pickup. Im in staten island, NY. Willing to travel to brooklyn and jersey.
 
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Also, not looking for anything too expensive as he is a beginner and I'm thinking he will lose a few coral before he starts getting the hang of it like many of us did back in the day.
 

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Have some mushrooms and gsp.
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I have a bunch of what you're looking for, but I doubt you want to make the drive to Westchester NY. I have a neon green toadstool frag, neon green GSP with purple middle, pulsing xenia, Neon Green Candy cane coral (7 heads), and 6 head Duncan coral, that I'd bundle up for $60.00 cash. Here are some pics, I don't have xenia pics available now, but can snap a picture later if you want:


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Opps, I just saw the "LARGE" part of your post. Sorry. But this stuff does grow real quick, especially the GSP and Xenia. It'll probably double in size every 3 weeks, as long as there some nitrates in the tank, lol
 

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