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Large community tank part-out

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by iamzrad, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. iamzrad

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    *Pics will be up later tonight.
    I'm making some room and my 45gal small community tank has to go.

    -It's a 45gal tank. It has a black background (vinyl), but it should be replaced soon as there are some bubbles forming. (Yes, I know I should of just painted it). Tank dimensions are, 36"L x 17"H x 18"D
    A unique size, but it's very open.
    -5watt UV sterilizer
    -Fluval 204 (bio)
    -Magnum 350 (polisher)
    -Small powerhead (for C02 exhange)
    -150watt heater
    -Black gravel with a mix of black Eco-complete
    *No stand
    *No lights
    $75 for all of that, will not part.

    Now here's the stock,
    4 Harlequin Rasboras
    4 Black Neon Tetras
    2 Diamond Tetras
    1 Colombian Tetra
    5-6 Gold Tetras (Hemigrammus rodwayi)
    4 Lemon Tetras
    3-5 Oto cats (not sure until I remove plants, etc)
    4 Emerald Green Cories (small)
    6-8 Bloodfin Tetras
    All fish are $2 each.
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    5 Large Compacta Sword plants
    $4 each.

    Plenty of Nerite snails and others.
    Free if you buy some fish/plants


    Fish can be parted, but the tank is sold together.


    Anyone can stop by weekdays after 5pm.
     
  2. McFluffrichromis

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    Man that is a steel. Good luck
     

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