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Old 08/04/2017, 09:55 PM   #2526
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Old 08/10/2017, 01:58 PM   #2527
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What was amazing was two of these where posted on Tuesday, and both are sold


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Old 08/10/2017, 02:13 PM   #2528
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What was amazing was two of these where posted on Tuesday, and both are sold
They are cute when they are young but hideous when adults. UGH!!






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Old 08/10/2017, 02:15 PM   #2529
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What was amazing was two of these where posted on Tuesday, and both are sold
I think those have been up for a while though. Didn't sell till they put them on "sale". I'll stick with my borbonius for a 1/4 of the price.


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Old 08/10/2017, 03:27 PM   #2530
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They are cute when they are young but hideous when adults. UGH!!



I kind of like the big ones more than the juvenile ones


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Old 08/11/2017, 02:20 PM   #2531
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For $499 I would of passed


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Old 08/17/2017, 04:53 AM   #2532
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The price on these continue to soar, I can remember DD having a pair for $3,000
http://www.liveaquaria.com/diversden...-_-DDN-_-PRDCT
Maybe one day when I hit the lottery? I keep forgetting to buy a ticket which doesn't help


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Old 08/17/2017, 04:54 AM   #2533
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The price on these continue to soar, I can remember DD having a pair for $3,000
http://www.liveaquaria.com/diversden...-_-DDN-_-PRDCT
Maybe one day when I hit the lottery? I keep forgetting to buy a ticket which doesn't help


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Old 08/17/2017, 06:58 AM   #2534
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It's mainly cause of its size. The smaller the more $$$$


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Old 08/17/2017, 07:58 AM   #2535
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There was a Marshal Island Multibars yesterday for $199.99. If I don't have a pair already in my acclimation tank, I would've grabbed that instead. I hope the one on DD is conditioned and easier to get to eat.
Mine are Indo and I haven't seen it eaten anything yet. Been a week already. Hoping for the best. These are even harder to get to eat than Regal Angelfish.


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Old 08/17/2017, 09:01 AM   #2536
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Mine are Indo and I haven't seen it eaten anything yet. Been a week already. Hoping for the best. These are even harder to get to eat than Regal Angelfish.
Have you tried adding live pods to their tank?


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Old 08/17/2017, 09:10 AM   #2537
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The tank they're in is full of pods. Before, I was putting them in my Chaeto tank(20L tank) which has a lot of pods in the chaeto as well. I put them in this tank because it's easier for me to catch if needed because there's no rocks. Noticed they were getting the pinched stomach. So I moved them to my "holding" tank that is full of live rocks and some acans, frogspawn, and dendros. This is the tank that I keep to hold finicky eaters before moving them to the main tank. Most of the time is fishless so it has a tons of pods.
After two days in this tank, I saw the pinched stomach is getting better. I don't know if they ate the LRS food, mysis, brine, live blackworm, flakes that I feed them or picking out the pods.
I got these guys at the regular LA section for $89 each. So less than half price of the one on DD. But price is not so important as long as they're eating and ready to adapt in captivity.


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Old 08/17/2017, 10:25 AM   #2538
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There was a Marshal Island Multibars yesterday for $199.99. If I don't have a pair already in my acclimation tank, I would've grabbed that instead. I hope the one on DD is conditioned and easier to get to eat.
Mine are Indo and I haven't seen it eaten anything yet. Been a week already. Hoping for the best. These are even harder to get to eat than Regal Angelfish.
I saw that little guy yesterday too and thought the price was a bit high. They usually are around $99.


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Old 08/17/2017, 11:19 AM   #2539
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Yeah, they had a pair also from Marshal Island last month and they were 299.99. That went pretty quick.


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I got a pair of them from DD a few months back. They ate great at first, then slowly tapered off to nothing and eventually starved. Tried everything.


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Old 08/18/2017, 07:43 AM   #2541
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I havent seen wartskin anglers in forever anywhere. Do you guys have any other sources?


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Old 08/18/2017, 04:45 PM   #2542
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What's up with this guy being priced at $999? Surely a typo?



I was thinking maybe a coco island hybrid might be worth that, but this is just a regular hybrid, not an "ultra" in my opinion.


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Old 08/24/2017, 11:37 PM   #2543
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Cool Fish on Diver's Den

Never seen this guy before. Not familiar with this genus. Anyone familiar with it? Just curious.

http://www.liveaquaria.com/divers-de...sand-eel-diver




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Old 08/26/2017, 11:55 AM   #2544
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I was thinking maybe a coco island hybrid might be worth that, but this is just a regular hybrid, not an "ultra" in my opinion.
This "Scribble Peel" I picked up from Jordan at 'Among the Reef' is more of what a lemon peel at this price should look like. Mine is by far my favorite fish in my system right now.


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Old 08/26/2017, 12:06 PM   #2545
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This "Scribble Peel" I picked up from Jordan at 'Among the Reef' is more of what a lemon peel at this price should look like. Mine is by far my favorite fish in my system right now.
That's a nice looking angel what is it a cross of? Lemon peel x ?


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I'm really not sure, but it was listed as an "aberrant lemon peel" when Jordan was notified of it.

I've only seen pictures of a couple others similar to it, but the guy was in Singapore.


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Old 08/26/2017, 12:22 PM   #2547
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This "Scribble Peel" I picked up from Jordan at 'Among the Reef' is more of what a lemon peel at this price should look like. Mine is by far my favorite fish in my system right now.
That's an insane looking angel. Wow.
It looks small and hopefully the angel keeps this coloration into adulthood. Nice pick up!


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I'm really not sure, but it was listed as an "aberrant lemon peel" when Jordan was notified of it.

I've only seen pictures of a couple others similar to it, but the guy was in Singapore.
Ok, well even if it isn't a hybrid it is really cool looking. Good luck with him, a really nice addition.


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That's an insane looking angel. Wow.
It looks small and hopefully the angel keeps this coloration into adulthood. Nice pick up!
Thanks! this picture was taken over a year ago, and the color hasn't changed at all since I've had it.


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Ok, well even if it isn't a hybrid it is really cool looking. Good luck with him, a really nice addition.
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