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Volusia County, FL - Fish & Coral Moving Sale

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Hello, I'm moving soon, and instead of taking my fish etc across state lines with me, i'm interested in selling them. Ideally, i'd like to sell atleast the different tanks as a 'lot', but feel free to shoot an offer for individual things. I'm looking for around $500 for just the fish from both tanks. I'm not sure what a fair price for the coral is. Thanks for reading!
1x Percula Clownfish
1x B/W Oscellaris Clownfish
1x Diamond Back Goby
1x Mandarin Goby
~5x Yellow-tailed Damsels
5x Bangaii Cardinal
1x Lawnmower Blenny
1x Royal Gramma
1x Starfish
1x Doctor Tang (Acanthurus chirurgus)
Coral
Kenya Trees
1x Large Leather Coral
2x Small Leather Corals
Mushrooms
Green Palythoa
Xenia
Chaeto
In another tank, i have
1x Pufferfish
2x Oscellaris Clownfish
1x B/W Damsel.
 
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Picture or two?? Coral and puffer
Here's the main corals and puffer. Sorry, i've been super busy breaking down tanks. I can get more photos tomorrow.
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