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Author Topic: Saltwater Fish-Purple Tang,Humahuma Trigger,Snowflake Eel, Pixy/Spotted Hawkfish  (Read 1445 times)
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January 12, 2012, 11:26:05 PM
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I thought this would be interesting to post.

I've had reef tanks for many years now, however, I'm starting to tear down my tank and get into freshwater stingrays..

I have a few fish left that are very healthy and I have had them for many years now. They have been formaldehyde dipped, copper treated (except for the Eel,) etc.. in order to prevent any disease.

First I have up are a Purple Tang (Large 5") and Humahuma Trigger (Large 4-5".) They are, oddly enough, a bonded pair. These are both amazingly beautiful fish that pictures do not do justice for on the internet. The size of the Purple Tang alone makes it very appealing. You don't find many this size. I saw one half it's size at Congressional Aquarium in Rockville, MD selling for $365 a few months ago. I put some links underneath so you can see what the fish go for on liveaquaria.
http://goo.gl/ohrcJ
http://goo.gl/jvqnk

Second up is a Snowflake Moray Eel. He is about 2 feet long and eats like a pig. He is in the same tank as the Purple Tang, Humahuma, and the Hawkfish. He will eat anything that can fit in his mouth, but these fish are all much larger than he can open it. he is a beautiful specimen that I have had for a long time. He was the first addition to this particular tank and has come a long way.
http://goo.gl/07Ptu

Lastly I have a Pixy/Spotted Hawkfish. I have never seen one as big as him in any pet store. I'd say he's close to 4" long. If you don't know anything about these guys, they are one of the coolest fish. They are like underwater mudskippers. They sit on rocks with their fins and hang around waiting for food. They aren't very lazy and like to move, but they swim for a second then take a seat.
http://goo.gl/NqLDn

I'm not sure if anyone would have interest, I just thought it might be cool to offer something like this. If anyone is serious about them I will gladly take plenty of pictures, videos, etc. and post them up. This is a cool opportunity to get some rare, very large, awesome fish for BTC.

If I were to ship it would be FedEx Overnight and will require a signature.

Thanks and feel free to message me or post up any questions you might have!

Thanks
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