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Old 06-06-2013, 02:49 PM   #11
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Place in my old stomping grounds (lake forest, Ca) called Phil Your Aquarium had a couple pairs around the holidays for $200 and I think I've seen them individually at places like liveaquaria for around $130 male/$100 female.
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Well that's interesting. WHat about these prices (in your opinion).

$250 for Juvinelle Male Fale Wrasse or $400 for a trio
$400 for a pair of Rhomboid Wrasses
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For Rhomboid...$200-$300 each seems to be the going price on places like liveaquaria and bluezoo. I've never seen these in person, but they look beautiful in pics online.

Not sure what a Fale Wrasse is. Are you talking about the fake cleaner wrasses that instead of cleaning, actually bite the other fish and can change appearance?
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That should have said Flame wrasse, not Fale wrasse. LOL
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Old 06-06-2013, 03:56 PM   #15
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The Flame wrasse trio deal seems good. Bluezoo has them for $600 a pair or $350 male/$150 female (so not a true pair).
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