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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeReef View Post
    I saw the going rate of the RR pink Cadillac and my jaw dropped. What are top 5 Sps that are in high demand and most expensive today?


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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeReef View Post
    Is it a fast grower? To many people have it now?


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    It is a good grower and it's passed around. But it's still a really nice high end acro. Not $700 anymore, but still $300 to $400 and still more than people want to pay. It'll always be the og rainbow tenuis, since it's the one that started it all.

    Good thing is prices $300 to $400 are for nice size frags now solid 1". Before I was getting $700 easy for 1/2". Frag back then were small because not as many people had it, everyone wants it, those were the size frags that are able to be cut. Think about it, I was really fragging a frag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joseserrano View Post
    RR jawdropper would probably still fetch around 800-1000
    Absolutely! That's even if you can find it and even if that person is willing to cut it.

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    I'd like to add the DFS Pink Panther. Not a "rainbow" coral but still and awesome coral if you can find one.
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    very rarely do I see a colony of these suckers, just little nubs. Makes me curious how they look when they really start growing out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakie View Post
    very rarely do I see a colony of these suckers, just little nubs. Makes me curious how they look when they really start growing out
    Most of them are a tenius if that gives you an idea.

    But the reason is they are super expensive, so most cut them to recoup their investment... or they die trying haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by solitude127 View Post
    I'd like to add the DFS Pink Panther. Not a "rainbow" coral but still and awesome coral if you can find one.

    absolutely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakie View Post
    very rarely do I see a colony of these suckers, just little nubs. Makes me curious how they look when they really start growing out
    I agree, weren't most of these were brought in as wild colonies ? And then chopped into pieces ? Kind of makes me laugh when i see how much wholesale vendors sell their colonies for..

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Delight View Post
    It is a good grower and it's passed around. But it's still a really nice high end acro. Not $700 anymore, but still $300 to $400 and still more than people want to pay. It'll always be the og rainbow tenuis, since it's the one that started it all.

    Good thing is prices $300 to $400 are for nice size frags now solid 1". Before I was getting $700 easy for 1/2". Frag back then were small because not as many people had it, everyone wants it, those were the size frags that are able to be cut. Think about it, I was really fragging a frag.
    If that... Frags are floating around in the $150-250 range depending on size. Still a nice piece though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F-Dawg View Post
    $1,600... No way. Somebody was trying to hustle you...
    You think so!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan View Post
    Mercury Rising From 2 guys corals $1600 frag

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoralNerd View Post
    Looks a lot like the one @organism has... And since I said it, he now owes me a Frag of his.. Freezees of course. It's be a good investment. I almost never Frag my corals. I like to see real full blown colonies, not nubs, so I just let em grow. I have some that were purchased at an inch or so now 10" across...
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    I'm jealous you big tank non cutters lol

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