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carmelofruciano

3 feet system - fish, live rocks, some corals, equipment

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NOW SPLITTING...LIVE STUFF GOES FOR NOW, EQUIPMENT LATER
500$ ONO

It's a 3 foot tank, with plastic sump: I think it would be ideal for someone who wants to start out spending a fraction of the normal cost or someone who wants to get an extra tank. Everything considered, it's extremely good value for money. If you are a beginner, I'm willing to provide guidance so that you can enjoy the tank without making mistakes and a log of previous activities (e.g., quantities of salts to keep Calcium, Magnesium and KH). It's been active since January 2016.

Some further info...

Equipment and similar: 
Lighting with 6x39W T5 bulbs (with three separate timers; needs one of the three ballasts replaced) $50
AquaOne G220 skimmer $40
Two wavemakers (one Tunze, and one Koralia) 50$ each
Over 25 Kg of live rocks. 5$/Kg
ATO system 30$
Automatic feeder 20$

Inhabitants:
Bubble coral (Plerogyra; large) 40$
Orange Scolymia (medium, around 12 cm) 80$
Small Euphylia 5$
Small Sinularia 10$
Palythoa 10$
Other various bits of corals
A rabbitfish (Siganus virgatus) 20$
Lime wrasse (Halichoeres chlorurus) - SOLD
Sea hare (Dolabella sp.) - SOLD
Longspine sea urchin (Diadema sp.) 10$
Small shortspine sea urchin 10$

I'm also going to give the buyer various things with a certain such as salts (calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, and so on), tests and various other things/substances.
For anyone wanting to buy the whole thing, will make the necessary adjustments depending on what has been sold...
No time wasters, please.

 

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