Discussion in 'Fish Discussion' started by Breakin Newz, Mar 27, 2013.
That's what I figured. Thanks.
I know one of you guys snagged it, it was there for 45secs!
Not me. I had it in my cart and got all tge way through and it froze up.
Yeah that was quick. bells still there and at only 549 - bargain
Got excited for a second when i saw an email pop up in my inbox a few minutes later from LA.... it was the nightly DD email.
Yeah, the guy that dives for them upped his prices once he realized how much he was missing out on...
At least most of that money provides a livelihood for a guy and his family in Kwajalein, where otherwise there would be no means to provide.
The us govt has subjugated these people and relegated their lives to be moved around like cattle, disregarded their land (atomic/ballistic testing) and provided no respectable social services for them; and they all live on a stretch of land about as big as the mag mile in Chicago!
My C. exquisitus has this white on his nose. Could I be from jumping and hitting the lid?
Also I was told it is from Africa but it doesn't look like it to me. Could someone clear that up?
As long as the nose isn't getting worse I wouldn't worry about it.
It looks like a Kenyan variant to me.
Does anyone have experience with C. roseafascia? I've read they are on the aggressive side but are we talking Scotts aggressive. I have a 315 with several fairies.
I have experience with a few. From what I have seen, they get bigger than most fairy wrasses, so are usually at the top of the hierarchy, but they aren't as bad as Scott's or whipfins.
No one wants to roll the dice on that lennardi?
I would love to but it's too rich for my blood.
haha, same. If I didn't just have to replace my apex, maybe. That ate up the wrasse funds for a bit
There is simply no way I can spend that kind of dough on livestock. About 9-10yrs ago a pr cost that much. I can't bring myself to get a female for that.
Especially with what a crap shoot anampses can be
And of the Anampses the lennardi seems to be especially sensitive to temp.
I was tempted but tried that fish to many times.
My wife has asked for a diamond ring in return when i showed her what I wanted for V day from Divers Den today !!!! lol!!!!
Anampses Lennardi and Feminis are top of my list with Halichoeres Rubricephalus
Way too much even if the survival chances were better!
The Bell's is a little tempting but I'm not sure flasher's live long enough to justify that kind of money!
TJ, I'm assuming a C. johnsoni and C. isoscoles would not do well together?
@eatbreakfast - isn't johnsoni and isosceles part of the same complex - Johnsoni ? Thought C. Isosceles was previously known as C. Lanceolatus which was part of Johnsoni complex .. If so, I would guess tough to keep them together.
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