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Old 09-09-2015, 03:04 AM   #1
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What prices are your Malawi

At you lfs?

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Malawi what? Mbuna, Haplochromines, aulonocara, or Synodontis . Kind of need to be specific as it's a big lake...
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Oh, well at 1 inch for 4 dollars for a variety at mine such as red top zebra, yellow lab, venustis,electric blue, and peacocks such as red shoulders.

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Just looking at what people pay for they're fish.

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1" Mbuna like yellow labs and zebras at my LFS are $5.99. Juvie Peacocks are $12.99. The less common peacocks and mbuna obviously go for much more.
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Peacocks for 4$.... Where?

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So Cal off 405 freeway called 405 tropical fish

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P and p in cypress has hybrid flower horn Rds for 10 a piece at 5 inches, because no one want them lol

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1" Mbuna like yellow labs and zebras at my LFS are $5.99. Juvie Peacocks are $12.99. The less common peacocks and mbuna obviously go for much more.
About the same here. My usual LFS runs 3/$15 on smaller common mbuna

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lol.. 16 bucks a pop for my mbuna up here in saskatchewan. Almost should make a trip to where you guys live and bring home a couple baggies in my pockets :P
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Gosh. My closest LFS would run me about $46 for a 2 inch peacock.

Note; i don't include Petco/PetSmart in this. They are pet stores IMO, not an LFS. The store I'm talking about is privately owned.

And very expensive.


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Gosh. My closest LFS would run me about $46 for a 2 inch peacock.

Note; i don't include Petco/PetSmart in this. They are pet stores IMO, not an LFS. The store I'm talking about is privately owned.

And very expensive.


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I guess it all depends on location and how much traffic they got flowing through :/

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Yep.

I know i complain about money a lot haha, but can you see why?

$6 for a Neon Tetra, $46 for a Peacock, $8 for a juvy Convict, $250 for a 3 inch Discus.

Yeah.


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