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Ricordea, mushrooms, zoos for sale

Okay guys... gotta thin out my softy stock. All pictures here are all the animals I'm offering up, but some I'll be breaking into smaller pieces, because I want to keep for myself at least one of every kind of ricordea. The zoos are ALL going away though.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/purplerimrics.jpg

These will be getting broke up. I'll happily sell the smaller polyps though, and I believe they all are multiple mouthed. I don't want to break this rock up too much though, so you'll be getting two or three polyps.


http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/rics.jpg

These, again, will be broke up. I'll sell off two of those green rimmed one though, and no, I don't know what kind of ricordea this is. I got these in really bad shape, bleached white, and they've been here for around four months, I've been light acclimating them slowly as they regain pigment, who knows what they'll turn into. I'm not really a ricordea expert.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/purplemushrooms.jpg
These are really nice deep purple, they like deep water, shady location. These do NOT do well in brightly lit areas. I have a rock with around four actively spreading polyps up for sale.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/orangerics.jpg

These are pretty cool, I haven't seen any up for sale anywhere lately. They're really gold in color, pale orange at the darkest. This picture doesn't do them justice. I'll be breaking this rock up, the end with the green and orange zoos is going to be the part for sale.


http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/hairy.jpg

These are all up for sale. HUGE hairy mushrooms, a sebae clown used to host in them before I got rid of it for aggression issues. If you want part of this to include the green star polyps, that's negotiable, but I'm not going to get rid of this entire rock, it's pretty much a important part of my reef structure. Just the end of the rock with the hairy mushrooms.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/frilly.jpg

This rock will be split roughly in half. Frilly brown mushrooms with green veins is the best way I can describe them. Really pretty, and very hardy. They like low light areas, and produce more color in the lower light.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/dullzoos.jpg

This may come with part of a green ricordea attached, but it's just silly brown zoos with pink centers. I personally don't think these are very special.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/browngreenzoosbluerics.jpg

WYSIWYG. This is a kick butt rock, very good color on zoos and ricordeas, there's another of those strange purple and green ricordeas as pictured above (ex bleached) on the other side of this, providing a total of three polyps with multiple mouths. There's also some indo-pacific star polyps on the bottom of this rock.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k91/zuzecawi/blueredrics.jpg

This is a big rock, one side all lavender ricordeas with pink mouths, the other side with lavender ricordeas and a splitting orange bodied purple rimmed green mouthed ric. I'll be splitting this rock into at least three pieces, I'm inclined to keep the lavender and orange rics together, but for the right offer I'd let them go.

Okay guys, that's all I'm letting go of right now. The lighting on this tank is one 250w 20K XM bulb in a PFO fixture, 11 hrs daily, the tank size is 58 gallons over 20 gal sump, roughly 20 x's water turnover hourly, closed loop scwd style, the chemistry is 8.1 ph, 10-11 dkh, 480 cal, 1420 mg, infrequent doses of iodine, 0 phosphates 0 copper 0 nitrates readable on seachem tests, 1.025 salinity, weekly 21 gallon ro/di water change, pacific coast salt, infrequent feeding of hatched artemia and frozen food.

I've never sold coral before, but I'm out of grocery money, so please be reasonable with your offers. I've got a good idea what these retail at the LFS for, and my water quality is MUCH better than your average stores. Trades are cool, cash is preferred. In trade, I'm looking for unusual or just plain cool montiporas and healthy, established gorgonians. REALLY cool acro frags would be okay too. Once again, groceries are a must, so cash is preferred. Thanks!!!
 

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They wont let you post the actual pictures in the classifeds. there worryed about band width I guess. So your links above are fine.

You should really think about posting prices on your corals. Most boards wont let you post with out them. You might get a better responses with a $ attached.

Your green ringed rics aboue are ricordia yuma. How much you want for them?
 

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I didn't post prices so people would feel free to offer what they felt was fair. I'm not trying to turn into a coral dealer here. I just need some lgrocery money.
On that note, THOSE are yumas? I thought yumas were supposed to be pretty! And rare! What the hey!! Since they were bleached out and they're still in process of getting their color back, does $15 for one good sized one sound fair to you?

As to the rest: $15.00 a polyp for the orange purple rimmed green mouthed ones, unless it's extra large with multiple mouths, then it's $20.00. 25$ for a rock with four nice fat purple mushrooms. $15.00 for the hairy mushrooms. $5.00 for the whole rock with the stupid brown and pink zoos (about a 6 inch rock). $15.00 a polyp on the golden ricordeas, unless it's extra large with multiple mouths, then its $20.00. $25.00 for the golden orange ricordeas with the orange mouthed green rimmed zoos. $20.00 for the giant chunk of frilly mushrooms. $30.00 for the rock with four lavender ricordea polyps. $20 for the rock with the two light blue and pink mouthed ricordeas. And $65.00 for the rock with the two blue/green/pink ricordeas and the one nice yuma and the brown and green zoos. The yuma is on the back of the rock out of sight of the front of the tank (likes the light better back there) but it's a much more colorful version of those green ringed ones. ALL PRICES NEGOTIABLE!!!
Motivated by lack of milk to sell!!!
 
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