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  Live Rock, Corals, Critters and Live Sand and much more REDUCED





















Description: I am closing down my marine system.

I have approximately 60 Kg of live rock, various corals (see pics), critters (crabs snails large and small starfish a large sea urchin) and a load of live sand.

The rock is top quality all from my local fish shop - Neptune in maghull, it cost me around £13 a kilo. Itís not the crappy £5/kg stuff on the net. Lots of shapes and sizes loads of coralline algae some rubble rock in the sump but these are quite small pieces.

Various corals all softies generally in good condition the table coral was attacked by a trigger some time ago and has never really recovered.

Loads of crabs and snails there a 2 large starfish, donít see them too often but they do come out at night every now and then. A large long spine sea urchin who is very mobile.

There are 3 bags of live sand but I canít remember the size of the bags think they where 7.5 kg. You donít have to take it all but it will enhance or kick start any system

Loads of frozen food and loads of bottles of additives (all sorts of stuff)
Feel free to ring to talk about anything, or come and see it you wonít be disappointed

Iím looking for £400 or close to that. But ring with an offer. (01519247635 if you don't want to ring a mobile)

Rock is worth well over £700 alone

Dave

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Advertiser: David Miller
Telephone: 07597552503
Town: Crosby - Liverpool
County: Merseyside

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