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Toadstools, giant palys, photosynthetic gorgonian, sympodium, leather, and neon green carpet anemone

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clownfish.mike

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These are pick up only in Central, IL.

Large Neon Green Carpet around 12+”across when fully open, has been in my care since January of this year. $200
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Giant cinnamon palythoa colony, around 12 polyps, $80
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Giant green palythoa colony, around 40 polyps, $100
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Rock with large neon toadstool, regular toadstool, and neon green sinularia, $175
Tank is 12” tall to give idea of size
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Rock with photosynthetic gorgonian with pulsing xenia, $75
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Blue sympodium frags, $50 for all
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Three toadstool frags, one is supposedly a willow, one appears green, and a regular. $40 for all
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Cabbage leather, $20
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Green cabbage, $20
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Random leather, $10
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FTS to show sizes. Tank is 36 inches long, 32 inches wide, and 12 inches tall
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