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Hi Everyone,

I'm looking to find a few more pieces for my systems. Let me know what unique/hard to find softies you have available. I am located in Colorado Springs, CO, but am open to shipping things in.

Thanks!
 

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I have these super rare Andes chocolate mint palys. I suppose I could sell you a couple at $40 a polyp.

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Hey, it was worth a try!;)
 

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Hi Everyone,

I'm looking to find a few more pieces for my systems. Let me know what unique/hard to find softies you have available. I am located in Colorado Springs, CO, but am open to shipping things in.

Thanks!
I have a good sized Sunkist bounce, about as round as a pop can. Would trade for stuff you might have or 300 cash would work too. I'm in Denver and can meet you in Castle Rock if you want
 
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I have a good sized Sunkist bounce, about as round as a pop can. Would trade for stuff you might have or 300 cash would work too. I'm in Denver and can meet you in Castle Rock if you want
I'm covered in the Sunksit department. Thank you for the offer though! Let me know if you come across anything up that way from anyone you might know. I'm in Denver all the time.
 
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I should include that I have a pretty extensive collection of softies, but there are certainly things I'm missing. I don't want anyone to think I'm just saying no to everything. Soft corals are my vice! lol

Post up any photos of the frags/colonies you have.
 

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Can you take a closer picture by chance Please? Thanks
You can seen some of the polys starting to come out in this picture. I have a nice size piece approximately 3 inches by 6 inches tall and a couple other frags that are about 3 inches tall.

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You can seen some of the polys starting to come out in this picture. I have a nice size piece approximately 3 inches by 6 inches tall and a couple other frags that are about 3 inches tall.

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Interesting. Is this a finger type sponge coral? Thanks for the picture.
also what vendor sells this?
 
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Interesting. Is this a finger type sponge coral? Thanks for the picture.
also what vendor sells this?
I bought a fully stocked tank a couple years ago. It has a couple pieces in it. I put them in a frag tank and they grew like crazy. It is actually a plating coral. I have never seen it sold anywhere. It’s very cool since it looks like an sps but it is a soft coral and very easy to take care of
 

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