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Old 04-20-2015, 05:03 PM   #1
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Rehome red devil full grown

I need to rehome my full grown female red devil, about 12"-13"
Really distinguished color and hump on her forehead. I really need her out because shes just too aggressive for my tank. eats live or pellet food. I;m in central new jersey. I paid $50 for her when she was smaller. im asking a rehoming fee of $80 (contact me at 908-33one-08six9)
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Old 04-20-2015, 07:06 PM   #2
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Not to be rude, but I doubt you'll get $80 for a red devil, let alone one without a collection point or proof of pure genetics.


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Old 04-20-2015, 07:34 PM   #3
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I agree. Large common sa/CA's can be had for 10 to 20 by me. People re home them to my LFS because the can't take care of them and the LFS don't want to designate a whole tank to one fish.

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Im getting kind of desperate at this point, I'll take trades or just $50 to even it out. I have a new arowana coming soon and im worried sick with this red devil in there. she just chases everyone around my jack Dempsey & Oscar are always hiding away I really just don't need any unnecessary stress for this arowana
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Im getting kind of desperate at this point, I'll take trades or just $50 to even it out. I have a new arowana coming soon and im worried sick with this red devil in there. she just chases everyone around my jack Dempsey & Oscar are always hiding away I really just don't need any unnecessary stress for this arowana
I don't think anyone will pay that much. I have to be honest, your best shot is offering the fish for the cost of shipping.
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thanks for the advice guys but someone offered me $80 on craigslist
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