Wrasse Pair For Sale

Ben Pedersen

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I'm sad to say that after 4+ years it's time to part with my amazing Wrasses. They are fat, healthy, beautiful, and tame (they eat out of your hand). Approx. 8" from nose to tail. I will only sell the pair together (Male and Female). I am selling because I would like to keep some smaller fish and some clams. Local pickup only (South East Michigan).

Male (He is outlined in light blue):
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Female (Amazing orange/red blush around her face and light green and purple highlights on the bottom back fin):
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Together:
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Based on an R2R Poll I did on the subject, The price for the pair is $250. I am willing to negotiate. :)

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Now it’s probably worth it for your LFS to buy them and resell them!! (In fact, could they take them in trade for dry goods, or on consignment?)
I would do it... but the LFS wants customers to pay for fish they want to drop off.. even if they can resell them. It is crazy.
 

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