Tang ID

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  1. lanzo

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    Hi guys

    Supplier just caught this tang
    Id on this one please guys.

    Looks like a bristle tooth elbino or something

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    ya thats an albino something, it would be much better if we could get a side shot
     
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    these are the only pics i can get until it comes in
     
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    looks a bit like an albino yellow eyed kole tang..
     
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    should i bring her in.....selling price R6000
     
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    if you drop a zero, then I take it...:)
     
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    Will also take it if you make it cheaper. Btw Riaan, you have a pm
     
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    cant drop the price sean ....i wish i can
     
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    i would leave it. its bad enough we take things from the ocean, now taking stuff people dont really want...thats worse :( its up to you man, but me personally, no:whistling:
     
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    Furbz, more likely the Blue eyed Kole Tang? Ctenochaetus binotatus

    Albino though
     
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    In the Us and china...the market for rare fish is phenomenal.

    To see something diff than just your normal kole tang is very exciting to me... im beginning to love all these rare fish
     
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    Lanz, very tempted, but I'd rather get 2 Achilles Tangs in from you, and once all is sorted (My stock you need to bring in), we can always ask your supplier for another.
    I know I'm gonna kick my own butt in the end for not taking it, but I think I must rather spend the money on Coral for now.
    Btw, I'll try and finish the list before Friday- Oh, and send me the pics of the nennies (and make sure I can get the same Montis as Furbz, or else I need to buy his tank...lol)
     
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    Scuba- go study or learn something- and stop being a tree hugger all of a sudden :p :razz:
     
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    Well to be honest with you I don't think it is an albino but rather a leucistic fish as it still has its eye pigment. Albino's lack all colour and have red eyes. I stand to be corrected though.
     
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    i've learnt enough in the past week. had 3 tests so now i'm out to screw with people on MASA :p
     
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    you mean U.S? lol fair enough buddy, fair enough :)
     
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    Sentence must start with a capital letter. :whistling:
     
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