Selling my Fluval Evo 13.5 Tank with livestock, corals and everything you need

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$500 OBO - live stock alone retails over $500. Everything you need to maintain a small reef tank!

Must pick up from San Fernando Valley. Bubble algae issue. Sold as is.

1.5 Years Old
Fluval Evo 13.5 ($170)
Wavemaker Akamai KPI ($120)
Hipagaro LED light ($60)
InTank Media Chamber ($65)
BioFilter Media ($25)
4 Stage RODI system ($150)
ATO - AutoAqua ($100)
TDS Meter ($10)
Refractometer ($20)
Cobalt Heater ($80)
Bayite Digital Temperature Controller ($20)
VCA Random Flow Generator Nozzle ($25)
Hanna pH Tester ($40)
Hanna HI736 Phosphorus Ultra Low Range ($45)
Calcium, Alkalinity, Magnesium Test Kit ($50)
Copper Test ($40)
Flipper tank glass cleaner ($30)
Eheim Comact On Pump 1000 ($40)
3 inch nylon net
5 inch nylon net
Accudrip acclimator
Gravel cleaner and tube
Complete 10G Quarantine setup (heater, filter, etc) ($80)
5 Gallon buckets for water changes (3)
5 gallon RODI water containers (2 of them $20)
Coral RX
Light timer
Live Rock ($80)
Corals (Purple hammer coral, green hammer, green star polyp, favias, Zoanthids, mushrooms, kryptonite candy cane coral) - $400
2 Wyoming White? Clown Fish ($150)
Purple Corraline Algae
and more stuff...

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