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About BurtMacklin12

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    Saltwater reef aquariums, football, basketball, crossfit, church.

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  1. Here is an updated list on the corals I have left...people have been great helping me out and buying them! Also, once the corals are gone I have some fish for sale and my nice Bulk Reef Supply Reefsaver rock (Live now and full of pods!)!!! Text/Call Trey at 864-915-4242 or PM me. Corals: - Multiple different kinds of Zoas: $25 each (smaller ones $15) - - Neon Green Birdsnest/Stylophora: $15 - Larger Neon Green with Purple Polyps Birdsnest: $25 - Neon Green Acropora: $25 - Larger Purple SPS: $25 - Neon Green Anacropora: $20 - Unknown Neon Green SPS: $20 - Medium sized Blue with Blue Polyp Acropora (I think): $30 Fish: - Black Ice Clownfish: $35 - Oscelarius Clownfish: $20 ***Both Clowns together for $40 - Rainford’s Goby: $20 - Six Line Wrasse: $15 - Royal Gramma: $15 Coral must all go before the fish, so the coral doesn’t get damaged catching the fish lol. Could probably get the clowns out now though. Whoever buys my rock gets my cleanup crew for free: an Emerald Crab, Approx 4 Nassarius Snails, 2-3 Trochus snails, a few other snails, and about 10 or so hermit crabs. I have about 30-40 lbs of rock. Corals and Fish must all go before the rock gets sold. Will list the BioCube 32 LED and stand for sale after everything is gone. Also will list the AI Prime HD with gooseneck mount (been and awesome light for me!).
  2. Hey Reefers! I have a tank full of coral that is both beautiful and healthy. However, we will be moving in the near future and I wanted to get a head start on selling my coral. I will be selling the fish as well, but I want to sell the coral first since it will probably require me to move the rock to catch the fish lol. Get your coral here cheaper than a store! Prices are negotiable when you buy multiples! I can send more detailed pics on request. Corals: - Multiple different kinds of Zoas: $25 each (smaller ones $15) - Duncan (3 heads): $25 - Large Purple Gorgonian (Photosynthetic) on a rock: $25 - Large neon green toadstool leather: $40 - Large Pulsing Xenia on rock: $30 - Medium Green Star Polyp on rock: $25 - Neon Red Ricordea Mushroom on rock: $20 - Neon Green Ricordea Mushroom on rock: $20 - Red Montipora: $25 - Bigger Neon Green Montipora: $25 - Smaller Neon Green Montipora: $15 - Neon Green Birdsnest/Stylophora (all three pieces): $20 - Larger Neon Green with Purple Polyps Birdsnest: $25 - Octospawn LPS (what I've heard it called): $20 - Dark frogspawn with neon green tips: $20 - Large Frogspawn Neon Green with Purple Tips (approx 5-6 heads): $60 - Neon Green Acropora: $25 - Neon Green with Red Polyps Branching Digitata Montipora: $25 - Neon Green with Purple Polyps Pocillopora: $20 - Larger Purple SPS: $25 - Neon Green Anacropora: $20 - 3 pieces of unknown SPS: $15 - Purple with Neon Orange Polyps Cyphastrea: $25 - Medium sized Green, Purple, and Neon Orange Micromussa: $30 - Unknown Neon Green SPS: $20 - Medium sized Blue with Blue Polyp Acropora (I think): $30 These pieces are beautiful and my tank shows ZERO signs of any pests (I take extra care in the set up of my tanks and I dip every coral no matter where I get it.) Pics don't do them justice! Like I said I will cut deals to those that buy multiples. And even better for me and for you I will cut a massive deal if you take all the corals! If you buy everything I will include all of my live rock for free (it is all Reefsaver Rock from Bulk Reef Supply)! Thanks for looking! Reach out to me with any questions or to schedule to come see them. Text or call Trey at 864-nine.one.five-4242. If you call and I don't answer, shoot me a text and I'll reach back out. The lights on my tank go off at 9pm for the night (start ramping down at 8pm).
  3. I haven't posted in a long time but my tank is doing great. I'm gonna post an update soon. .
  4. So my rock finished curing while I was on a cruise and I got it in the tank with some Fiji Pink live sand by Caribsea (my favorite kind)! It looks so good and the pics don't do it justice with the Kessil light shining on it! I spent a lot of time chiseling out the caves and pass throughs. I also got some super glue and epoxy putty to secure the rock together. The pieces that are almost white in color and look like dead coral are just that. I got them from Belize while snorkeling on my cruise! They took us to this ultra small island and the island was surrounded by reef and had dead washed up coral skeleton all around the shore and in the shallow water. I wanted bigger pieces, but I just picked a few to put in my bag and get them back here. I cured them for about a week and then dried them out for about a week and a half before putting them in the tank. I think it all looks good...and its cool to have the pieces from out of country. Here are some pics... This is how I cured the rock: Here are some pics of the aquascape so far: Here is a pic in the stand. I ordered the 10g Trigger Systems crystal ATO reservoir. I wanted the sapphire, but the crystal was on sale for Black Friday from Bulk Reef Supply. I love the reservoir and it works great with the Tunze ATO. The cords may look unorganized in the pic, but I have them all wrapped up and attached to the walls/top pretty well. I am definitely going to spend some more time underneath getting it the exact way I want though. I am now just cycling the tank with the Red Sea Reef Mature Pro kit. I plan on putting the first livestock in the tank after Christmas! Starting with two clownfish!
  5. About one more week curing my rock!!! Then I'll put it in the tank and begin the cycle!