What's Your Most Expensive Livestock?

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  1. lester lloyd

    lester lloyd Member

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    I paid 150$ for a Sohal tang only to be killed by my purple tang in a about a month I paid 200$ for a new one a month ago doing great in a holding tank 55g will be moved when I setup my new 180 next month and hope my purple tang leave him alone lol
     

  2. lester lloyd

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    I paid 150$ for a Sohal tang only to be killed by my purple tang in a about a month I paid 200$ for a new one a month ago doing great in a holding tank 55g will be moved when I setup my new 180 next month and hope my purple tang leave him alone lol
     
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    I've got the same three amigos in my tank they are fun to watch...although the purple is supposed to be the most expensive I got it for half off due to its poor health and the LFS knew I was a fish health guy for my day job and said you can take it home if you think you can save it. That was over a year ago!! :p Sailfin is a fatty that begs for food while the and purple sit back and wait for the Rod's in the afternoon or the nori at lunch!
     
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  4. ed757

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    $150 for a XL naso and XL Vlamingi.
     
  5. Jimmyneptune

    Jimmyneptune Well-Known Member

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    My kids!
    Thousands and thousands of $$$$$
     
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    If I promise to swim around not to eat the coral can you buy me so I can feed my habit...I mean hobby. Lol
     
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    cigarshark Active Member R2R Supporter Platinum Sponsor

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    At this time we don’t. Our systems are not designed for quick easy access to fish for shipping in an efficient manner. We use large open systems ranging from 300 - 1000 gallons to hold or fish.
     
  8. cigarshark

    cigarshark Active Member R2R Supporter Platinum Sponsor

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    I brought in 2 black ribbons about 7 weeks ago and we got them to eat goldfish from tweezers. They went home with one of my staff.
    I love your golden angel.
     
  9. azreeftank

    azreeftank Well-Known Member

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    Thank you that Golden angel and Moorish Idol are the reason I have a second tank. They were model citizens for over 4 years in my 200 reef. Then of course on my one trip to Europe last month they decide to take out 3 clams and 2 hammers in a span of a week. I pulled them and had them in a bucket ready to go to LFS for store credit. I could not do it they are both amazing Fish. So I just set up a 125 that include the ribbon eel and corals I know these guys won’t eat.
     
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    350 black tang
    220 goldflake angel
    Both from TSM on auction worth every penny
     
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    My bandit and gem is my most expensive fishes.
     
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