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    Pink Yuma on Ebay

    Didn't know where else to post, so off topic it is.

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...tem=4347719608
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    Is that You selling it?!!! $700 last time?!!!! Geez!! I have the same ones in my tank and have given them to some people... how rare can "that" be...

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    This rare, delicate beauty varies from green and gray to pink, orange, or red. Usually there are 2-3 small polyps per piece of branch rock. Price is $20 per polyp. i think the one on ebay is alittle much

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    700 lol that makes me laugh you can get those for 100$ a rock full of polyps
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    ya.. i have one of those too..

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
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    Toutouche: Post a pic of them. I highly doubt it's the same coral. They are in fact quite hard to come by. They usually sell in the states for around $100-$150 per polyp. Check blowfishaquatics.com for proof.

    They are a deep water ricordia and are an uncommon color morph for a YUMA. You likely may have a ricordia florida of the same color....I do too and I'm only selling those for $20 each.

    fishmonger: no...you won't get a rock of pink yumas for $100. florida ricordia yes, not yuma.
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    I agree with Azonic... they are very hard to find, But I don't think they are $700 hard to find. That is a little much I must say. But $50 for a pink Yuma is not a bad price in my opinion.

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    Azonic, like i said i disagree, i think your pricing is way off, 50$ isn't bad, but 700$ is highway robbery
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    Originally posted by fishmonger
    Azonic, like i said i disagree, i think your pricing is way off, 50$ isn't bad, but 700$ is highway robbery
    Where $700 is way too much to pay for the coral, That was what someone was willing to pay.. No harm in that.. I guess if you want something that bad, You pay the price! !

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    there was a guy on reef central selling one recently for $175.
    greg, i guess you are back in Canada. we'll have to try again for next time...
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