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Old 07-03-2014
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I sold 8 of males in local fish keepers for their all male aquarium. So still 12 fish remaining. Either 5M 7F or 4M 8F.
If anybody interested i will try to ship too. Need to search and learn shipping thou.
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they are beautiful good luck with the sale…who ever gets them are one lucky individual..
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I will accept $200 plus shipping for 12 fish. So it is $16.6 per fish. I will handle fee for shipping bag, boxes etc.

Hopefully, some tropheus lover will give them a new home.
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I will accept $200 plus shipping for 12 fish. So it is $16.6 per fish. I will handle fee for shipping bag, boxes etc.

Hopefully, some tropheus lover will give them a new home.
That's a GREAT PRICE! $16.60 per fish for something Greg was selling at $42 each? That's a price for fry!!!

I would take these with no hesitation...too bad I already have a tank full of these.

Good luck to the seller & especially a HUGE pat on the back for the buyer for picking up probably the sale of the summer.

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That's a GREAT PRICE! $16.60 per fish for something Greg was selling at $42 each? That's a price for fry!!!
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I think you are getting your prices mixed up. Greg was selling WC these are F1...
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Sorry Fishfan, but when Greg had these WC Nkonde selling for $42 each, that's in the ILLANGI PRICE RANGE.

So comparatively, if ILLANGI F1 fry sell for $15 each so should the Nkonde F1 fry also...but this post says these for sale are NOT FRY ...so these should sell for greater than ILLANGI F1 FRY PRICE

For $1.60 more than the price of F1 fry...that's not a great price?

Sorry, I don't mean to be confrontational...but when I see a seller being generous to be giving his "bigger size" trophs away at fry prices, I think, that needs to be commended.

The seller is "sharing" his hobby with us & enabling us to experience the same joy he had at a nominal price compared to recent market value.

A while back we did a survey of: WC vs F1. I was very surprised to see an overwhelming amount of votes for F-1.

The only advantage of a WC is that they are ready to breed. With F-1, you get to see your tropheus grow through their prime, when they have their best coloration.

I'd jump on these if I didn't have my own colony...

Anyway, glws to the seller

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Very fair price man don't listen to the low ballers. fry should go for 15$ and you have adults your about selling them at fry price.
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I think you are getting your prices mixed up. Greg was selling WC these are F1...
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Sorry Fishfan, but when Greg had these WC Nkonde selling for $42 each, that's in the ILLANGI PRICE RANGE.

So comparatively, if ILLANGI F1 fry sell for $15 each so should the Nkonde F1 fry also...but this post says these for sale are NOT FRY ...so these should sell for greater than ILLANGI F1 FRY PRICE

For $1.60 more than the price of F1 fry...that's not a great price?

Sorry, I don't mean to be confrontational...but when I see a seller being generous to be giving his "bigger size" trophs away at fry prices, I think, that needs to be commended.

The seller is "sharing" his hobby with us & enabling us to experience the same joy he had at a nominal price compared to recent market value.

A while back we did a survey of: WC vs F1. I was very surprised to see an overwhelming amount of votes for F-1.

The only advantage of a WC is that they are ready to breed. With F-1, you get to see your tropheus grow through their prime, when they have their best coloration.

I'd jump on these if I didn't have my own colony...

Anyway, glws to the seller
I think that you both are basically on the same page here...

It's a great price!
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Very fair price man don't listen to the low ballers. fry should go for 15$ and you have adults your about selling them at fry price.
You misunderstood me completely...
What fry should go for and what buyers want to pay are 2 different things...

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I think that you both are basically on the same page here...

It's a great price!
You got it, i was not commenting on sellers price i was merely suggesting that MYC may have confused Gregs price for WC with Fry that's all...

We all know what fish are worth and what it takes to grow fry from 1/2" to 3" but it depends on what people are willing to pay.

I was forced to sell quality adult F1 Ilangi for less than $12 each recently because that's all i could get.

If you are willing to hang on until you get "your" price that's fine...

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