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PostSubject: VERY cheap clean up crew   Thu Apr 23, 2009 2:38 pm

If anyone is looking for a clean up crew, you should check out a guy named piece-of-the-reef on ebay. I managed to get a monster crew for really cheap.

10 peppermint shrimp
100 blue leg hermits
50 nassarius (vibex(the good ones))
10 margaritas
10 emeralds(2 monsters!)
2 cucumbers
20 turbos
50 ceriths

All for $140 shipped.

Everything except for about 15 blue legs survived shipping. Its been about a month now and ive only lost one emerald, which was one of the huge ones, so i'm convinced it was just his time. and a few turbos, my fault for not helping them get back upright.

If you were to buy this locally it would cost about $700 before tax at petco(sorry lindsay!) and god knows how much at tropical(I asked about a hermit there once... $7!). Not sure where they get their inverts, but maybe they should check out this seller, they could make a killing!!
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