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shakacuz

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for transporting coral, depending how big you can get away with the Styrofoam boxes. if attached to rock, i would say a regular UNSCENTED bag in your bucket to protect from scratches should suffice. temperature is more important though. make sure its stable and within range.
 

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And I'll add that the list of "toxic items" also includes bleach. I wiped out one of my tanks after using a container that had fresh bleach residue in it during a water change, and I didn't notice until after the damage had been done.
 
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I've used black unscented for a move twice now with no ill effects
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