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Old 07-07-2013, 04:45 PM   #1
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Hey all,

I know it's not a planted tank thing, but I just got a shipment of coral in if anyone is interested. I thought I'd give TPT members first shot at what I got because, well, I always give TPT first access to stuff. I'll be taking pics later today, but here's a list of what came in:

Favia Frags $15 each










Chalices $60 each


Pectinia $80 each


Riccordea Mushrooms $15 each



Hammer - Orange - $120 (3 heads)



Hammer - Multicolor - Blue and purple tip - $120 (4 heads)


Hammer - Yellow $60 (2 heads)


Hammer - Blue $30 (2 heads)


Hammer - Neon Green w/ Purple Tips $50 (2 heads)


Acan Lord Frags $15 each




Rhodactis Mushroom rock $50 for the whole rock (there's really a lot of shrooms on it)


Hairy Mushroom rock $50 for the rock (again, tons of shrooms)


Candy Cane $40 lots of heads


Blasto Wellsi $50 5 polyps The discs are actually a very neon green. Couldn't capture the color with my crappy camera.


Snowflake polyps $20 great blue and lots of em


Elegance $60 neon multicolor


Branching Duncans $50 5 heads


All of the above corals (except snowflake polyps) came from eye catching coral if you want to take a look at their sample pics. I didn't really believe it myself, but their pics are actually an accurate representation of what showed up. These are really good looking corals.

Shipping will be $35 for express shipping with live arrival guarantee.

I'll be putting these guys up on auction sites over the next couple of days and some of them will be substantially more expensive than listed here.

Everything is WYSIWYG once pics are up.

I might be willing to frag off heads on the hammers, duncans and candy cane, but I'd prefer not to.

And if anyone has any tips for getting coral colors to show up right in photos, I'm all ears

Last edited by darkestsky; 07-07-2013 at 09:56 PM.. Reason: Added pics
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