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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

$1500.00 a pair?


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    Default $1500.00 a pair?

    I love the face but....

    Lubricogobius dinah, not your run of the mill clown goby
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    And then they eat the tissues of your acros....

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    Sweet little buggers.
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    Well it must be nice to have the extra kind of money lying around like that for the hobby....but even if I did, I wouldn't pay 1500 for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by chort55 View Post
    So I take it u wouldnt be interested in a single fish for $2500.....

    0701111 062 - $1500.00 a pair?
    lol that's cool too, but I have better things to do with my hard earned $$$. If I hit the lotto, I might consider it though

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    I have about $30 for the pair......possibly $40 if they breed like crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepanfish View Post
    And then they eat the tissues of your acros....
    I have a yellow clown goby in my SPS dominate tank, he lives in the acro eats flakes and never messes with my corals except for hiding in them.

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