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    New Orleans, LA
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  1. 90g Full set up

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  2. 90g Full set up

    Cross posted. Serious inquiries only!!!! Not parting out at this time. Tank is up and running. Pickup/cash only. In Metairie. Come prepared to fully dismantle and remove. I can assit. Feel free to ask any questions. Dustin at Coral Connection has tank sat for me and confirmed worth. He can attest to the quality. Asking $2k Specs: 90 gallon Planet Aquarium triple drain. Purchased May 2017. Excellent condition. Biotech Marine Bio 36 four chamber sump. Can host large refugium. Purchased April 2017. Excellent condition. Custom built canopy and stand with removable back panels to hide wiring behind the tank. Jebao DP-4 dosing pump Spectra Pure Dual Reactor 2 Kessil A150w- Ocean Blue Fluval AquaSky LED light w/ remote UV Sterilizer UVC 136 or 155 not certain. Spare sleeve and bulb. Bulb replaced 6 months ago. Blue line Aqua External pump 30x Various puck/strip lighting (moon) with remotes Maxspect Gyre X-150 with original case and spare parts Eheim 150w heater 3 light timers (outdoor weather resistant covered) Ground probe x2 Digital thermometer x2 Custom built removable cover electrical panel in stand base. Set up is very clean and all equipment cords/panel is labeled and mounted. It has a Sentry ATO unit, but it's not properly working. Maybe needs a new sensor? Many misc extra's can be thrown in. LIVE STOCK: APPROX 90LBS live & some dry thrown in. 1 Flame Angel 1 large Desardini Sailfin Tang 1 Yellow Eye Kole Tang 1 small Orange and black Ocellaris 1 Pair Black and White misbar Ocellaris 1 Cleaner Wrasse ( he is a beast at cleaning!) Misc blue/ red crabs 1 Sand Sifting Starfish 1 conch 1 monster turbo snail Green Hammer 1 head Gold hammer 2 heads 1 large meat coral 1 medium meat coral 1 Frogspawn approx 15 heads (gorgeous) 1 Duncan 1 head 1 xtra large leather 1 green Hammer approx 15 heads 1 Blue Ridge 1 Rose Bubbletip nem 1 large colony green Palys 1 other coral I can't recall proper name of Several frags of Bam- Bam zoa Other misc items will be thrown in. If it's not listed it's not included. Most equipment purchased at Aquatic Sealife.
  3. Where to post for sale

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  4. I am selling my complete set up including live stock. Which forum should I use?
  5. Drilled 75g tank for sale

    Drilled 75 gallon tank. Has some scratches. Pick up only. Metairie, LA. $50.00 usd. Pictured open side down. Cross posted.
  6. Drilled 75g tank for sale

    Drilled 75 gallon tank. Has some scratches. Pick up only. Metairie, LA. $50.00 usd. Pictured open side down. Cross posted.
  7. New seahorse keeper here!

    Hello all! My name is Lisa and I have been in the hobby for about two years. Although I had systems over 20+ years ago I don't count that because everything in the hobby has changed so much in that time! My father is the one who got me into the hobby all those years ago and he is the one that got me back into it. Two years ago he decided to leave the hobby at 70 years old and gifted me his full 75g set up. I hiked my butt straight to Florida (against my husbands wishes) to pick it up and thats where my new again addiction started. Add: once the tank was at my house my husband too became fully engrossed in the hobby. So much so that I know refer to the tank as "his". LOL .Fast forward, that 75 is now a 90g mixed reef that has been completely modified less the lights that dad gave me. About a year into having the 75g, a new LFS opened in my area. Hubs and I decided to go visit them and see the new kid in town. Beautiful store, reasonable pricing and the owners were great! As I was perusing the store there it was. A fish that no other store in town EVER carried. The "I have to have it" fish. SEAHORSES!!!! They were just so cute and small and I walked out the door with one. That's where my addiction really took over. I didn't have the best of luck with that one even though I had one many years ago. That set me on a mission! I started with a smaller tank that all too soon I realized wasn't the best set up, then bought a 36g bowfront. That tank was ok but I still had issues. Canister filter, not enough flow, not enough knowledge. I have spent the last year researching heavily. I ended up modifying the 36 with a sump, got rid of the canister filter and have it set up nicely. Here is where I totally lost my mind...... about 2 weeks ago. I bought a new tank. I mean really, who can own only one or two seahorses? Pfff, not this lady here! I bought a 60g rimless, reef ready cube, stand and return pump. I did buy them used then discovered (after I got the tank home and cleaned up) the tank just wasn't suited for me. It had scratches far worse than I orginally saw and the integrity of the tank had me worrisome. I ended up buying a brand new tank and kept the stand and pump. The build started this weekend as I modified the stand to accomodate my need for more space and a chiller. Bought a new VarioS-6 return pump to run the tank and I am using the used pump which is a Panworld nh-40px to run the chiller. I also bought a Jebao/Jecod CP-25 crossflow wave pump. I am super excited to get it up and running. This will be my forever tank. Unless of course Hubs gets tired of the 90 then I may have to upgrade again.... Here are a few pictures......Clyde. The original stand. The stand modified.
  8. Hey everyone! I am looking for seahorse keepers in the Nola area. More specifically ones that have successfully obtained a prescription of Diamox from a vet or any doctor willing to write for treating GBD (gas bubble disease). I learned today from my vet that scripts can be faxed across statelines. If I had known that I would have asked Dan/Abby at Seahorse Source who they used in years past when I talked to them this morning but seeing how they are in Ft. Peirce, Fl and in heavy prep mode for Irma I don't want to call them again. Advice?