What's Your Most Expensive Livestock?

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  1. tgionet

    tgionet Well-Known Member CTARS Member

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    RRC Pink Cadillac ($255) and BigR Walt Disney ($250) next I think would be a RR Pink Floyd ($100)
     
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  2. Al vidoni

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    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
     
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  3. Myka

    Myka Well-Known Member

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    My most expensive livestock are fish:

    Pelicier's Perchlet
    Johnson's Fairy Wrasse
    Magma (Cherry) Fairy Wrasse

    Coral runner ups...

    RRC Pink Cadillac frag
    RRC Orange Passion frag
    Pink and yellow Cynarina

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  4. cigarshark

    cigarshark Active Member R2R Supporter Platinum Sponsor

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    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.
     
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    Scott.h Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    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.
     
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    They do that
     
  7. Forsaken77

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    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.
     
  8. Forsaken77

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    Do you ship?
     
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    $500 for this pink Carpet anemone which is almost 18” in diameter...I have a soft spot for cool nems!
     
  10. Chrispaul

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    £1000 for live rock when I first set up marine!
     
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    definitely looked at that as your red linkia star just wandering around on your carpet nem.
    thinking ohhh....that wont end well lol.
     
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    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 :)
     
  13. Forsaken77

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    This is for livestock.... ROCKS & SAND DON'T COUNT ;Playful
     
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    I was thinking the same thing, lol. That star wandered off the beaten path.
     
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    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
     
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    I have a gem tang
     
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    I have a gem tang
     
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    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. [​IMG]
     
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    Low 4-figures for a piece of an OG ReefRaft Canada Jawdropper. EA5E5B9D-0230-4397-B56F-CB92F4B392A4.jpeg
     
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    I think it's probably on the glass LOL
     
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