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OMG $1200 hybrid yellow tang on DD


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    Jstadler - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default OMG $1200 hybrid yellow tang on DD

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    That is sweet, so you ordering it?

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    Jstadler - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Too rich for my blood, I'd rather get a pair of Tinkers butterflies or declevis. The yellow is cool, but there are alot of fish I'd rather have.


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    That fish is ugly!
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    Holy moly that steep. Id rather throw down on tinkers bflies or a black tang.

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    I like the kois that are a bit more white, cool to see something different!
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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    That fish is ugly!
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    Hybrid= yellow with what? Washed out?

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    rcombs - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    doesn't look that good to me, looks as if like some fish do when they become larger they grow out of color. but then again who knows this could be another strain.

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    rmalone - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    That is certainly NOT $1200 worth of "cool". How would someone even consider paying that much for a fish that they haven't seen in person? I mean for $1200 not only should it eat, it ought to serve me lunch and a beer.

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