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The question everyone been asking is when will Sulawesi Cardinal, be here and  for sale? Well now, there's several up for action on FB tonight

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revolutionhope

well, we were saving for a house. but ...

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keego

well, we were saving for a house. but ...

​Just wait a few months. only 3 for sale in lots of 1 per lot. Be interesting to see $$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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keego

Here the attached photo from the post. They are also a member on here

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Disciple

Yeah it would be interesting. These guys look awesome. :bth_aquariumsmile1-vi:

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keego

There at least 4 different breeders I know that have them & yellow KK. Interesting times:wow:

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Disciple

It will be very interesting since he put no reserve on them. Very interested in the mkk and prl he put up too lol but seriously i have to put man phone away this afternoon. 

Is it bad manners to go buy cheaper shrimp just so you can see these bad boys?

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neo-2FX

Which FB page are they posted on?

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keego

Which FB page are they posted on?

​ Not sure if allowed, please remove if its not

ASA live. Its a closed group, so you have to ask to join

https://www.facebook.com/groups/567320403401338/

 

 

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keego

Been withdrawn from auction

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Disciple

Someone must have offered some big money!

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keego

$800 each

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Disciple

Enjoy your new shrimp keego? Lol ?

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keego

Thanks, I wish out of my price range from now, Got to set up a sulawesi tanks.

Give 12-18months  & the price should came down a fair bit (live in hope)

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revolutionhope

just wondering.. were these unsexed juvies or what? i can't imagine risking $2400 for what could turn out to be 3 boys...

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Disciple

Yep I believe they were juvies.

Thanks, I wish out of my price range from now, Got to set up a sulawesi tanks.

Give 12-18months  & the price should came down a fair bit (live in hope)

​They are beautiful shrimp but that means getting another setup lol

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revolutionhope

Yep I believe they were juvies.

​that is mind boggling.

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neo-2FX

These shrimp will suit my pH just fine!

I wish...lol

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revolutionhope

Since when was johnny depp on skf anyway?

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neo-2FX

crap just got serious...3 juvies for $1000 starting price on FB.

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larrymull

Wow, they do look nice though! 

You'd think they would throw in postage for free for that sort of money.

 

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neo-2FX

No DOA also! Imagine you got all males lol

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jc12

$1500 each for juvies and post at buyer's risk on another forum!!!

Same person also selling MFF JPRL for $800 each!!!

That's some serious dough.

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jayc

That's some serious coin for shrimps.

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buck

some one must be getting good at bringing them in

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