Discussion in 'Fish Discussion' started by Forsaken77, Nov 30, 2017.
RRC Pink Cadillac ($255) and BigR Walt Disney ($250) next I think would be a RR Pink Floyd ($100)
Back in the 90s I paid 175 for a 3ft blue ribbon eel, had him for 2 years and sold him back to a different store
My most expensive livestock are fish:
Johnson's Fairy Wrasse
Magma (Cherry) Fairy Wrasse
Coral runner ups...
RRC Pink Cadillac frag
RRC Orange Passion frag
Pink and yellow Cynarina
If you ever come to Denver you need to check out Stone Aquatics my store with ICP-Analysis running in house. I have around 1200 fish in stock right now. While it is true that people said I couldn’t sell fish over $200 I have found that if you stock it people will come.
I don't really have a limit, if I like it. I'll spend $200 on a frag, and have several of those. $300 on a fish. Purple tang, Achilles, whatever. I hate to break it but I think I spent $50 on my magnificent fox face lol. But some spend thousands on art. To me it makes more sense to spend that on something living. Although there are always exceptions, when I make a large purchase it's planned, and I can assume whatever it is will be around for many years.
They do that
I haven't seen a lot of ribbon eels lately. In the 90's they were everywhere. Same with Snowflake eels. I used to see a few at every fish store (even the chain stores). Now I may see one every so often. I guess with more people keeping open top tanks, eels just don't work.
Do you ship?
$500 for this pink Carpet anemone which is almost 18” in diameter...I have a soft spot for cool nems!
£1000 for live rock when I first set up marine!
definitely looked at that as your red linkia star just wandering around on your carpet nem.
thinking ohhh....that wont end well lol.
If I lived in Denver, that nem would cost me more than that - those clowns are hosting it and, I'd hate to separate the trio
This is for livestock.... ROCKS & SAND DON'T COUNT
I was thinking the same thing, lol. That star wandered off the beaten path.
250$ for my dwarf golden eel and even though its not the biggest price, 80$ for the tiniest rainbow chalice.. it's about the size of my pinky nail
I have a gem tang
I agree I just found a 3ft beautiful Ribbon eel at my LFS. They had it for 3 weeks and was told it was nibbling at food. I just set up a swim tank and moved my Moorish Idol that developed a taste for corals and thought his would be a great companion. He ate Rosie’s off a stick the first night and now have him eating LRS and shrimp off the stick. Not very expensive paid $79 but I know their price go way up once they change colors. I was planning and open top tank but that changed with this guy so the lid is in and tighten.
Low 4-figures for a piece of an OG ReefRaft Canada Jawdropper.
I think it's probably on the glass LOL
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