We are clearing out ALL of our Scolys at a rock bottom price!

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  1. AcanLord.com

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    Yes, we took a trip to crazy town on this one and everything here is $148! You can purchase them through our website or PM us. First come first served. $1500 takes them all! $200 Ships Free!
    www.acanlord.com

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  2. revhtree

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    Beautiful corals and nice deals!
     
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    Awesome!! If my tank was not still in cycle mode, I'd take at least 1 of these!!
     
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    ahiggins Well-Known Member

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    I apologize in advance for my ignorance on this topic but Ive never looked into scolys. $148 still seems expensive for a coral that you cant really propagate...
    Ive only seen the candy apple variety at the LFS, yours are beautiful!
    so why all the hype over scolys? (other than the beautiful colors?)
     
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    $148 is actually really inexpensive for scolies (you should research what they usually go for). Like everything in this hobby, it depends on what you're into/looking for. For example, there are lots of fish that are pretty expensive but will not be propagated in a home aquarium. Maxima clams are another example. Scolies are a beautiful addition to a reef (like the above mentioned fish and clams), and that's the draw IMHO. The ones this sponsor has available are really nice (which makes this price point even more enticing)!
     
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    :) Thanks lol
    Ive never gotten into the open brains or scolys just because I have a 25 and 10 gallon and I thought they would grow to be too big for me. I do love the colors :)
    Im a little scared to see what "normal" price is
     
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    Consider most of these as a half off sale.

    Great looking Scoly's. I have 2 in mine tank and 4 Wellso's otherwise I would glaring buy the blue one war paint. It's so hard to find blue in this hobby.
     
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    Yep. That's the one I would be getting first. Followed by some of those red ones.
     
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    I agree! If I didnt already spend my christmas budget, I would try it out :)
     
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    @AcanLord.com would you consider donating one to a first time scoly-mama? lol
    ;):D
     
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    @AcanLord am interested in the 2nd and 5th in photo. Please PM me
     
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    Never mind, found on site and placed! PUMPED
     
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    Ha Ha! "Scoly-Mamma" I love it. However, At this price, I'm already donating :D. One thing to note for those who have small tanks and are considering a scoly. They are very slow growers which helps contribute to them being a higher priced animal. In many cases, when you buy a scoly you can plan on it staying that size for quite a while. These particular scolys are nice sized, so as a retailer buying wholesale, we also pay more due to that size. Hopes this helps.

    Here is a little sample of why people are so enthusiastic about collecting these. I just uploaded this for you "Scoly-Mamma" ;)
     
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    Thats so cool! One thing I love about corals is feeding them. Especially acans and rock nems-theyre my favorite eaters :)
    I looked up some other pricing...:eek: wow lol I did not expect them to be that high!
    I think I need to try one-once I get my funds back up from the christmas shopping :p how long is the sale going on?
    Will these grow on rocks or do they need to be on the sand bed?
     
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    They do well, both on lower rocks and on the sand. They like lower light and flow. My plan was to run this sale through Monday.
     
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    Your pieces are so beautiful :) I'll have to catch the next sale lol
     
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    Thanks for checking us out! :)
     
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    Education and appreciation is what this hobby is all about. Thanks I will look into Scolys the next time.
     
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    Most that I have seen in my area of Florida are 100-150 and look exactly the same. I don't know if it is based off of area and how easy they are to receive. I bought one from a lfs that is solid neon pink for $45
     
  20. mdbannister

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    Definitely the area you're in. Check out online prices to see the difference. In most areas it's not uncommon to see $250-$300 for a decent/average looking scoly.
     
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