Jaw Breakers

Discussion in 'General Reef Discussion' started by xystic, Feb 28, 2020.

  1. xystic

    xystic Wrasse

    Have a large number of poletti jaw breakers. These things are like koi. You never know how they will turn out but even the worst possible outcome is still a gorgeous specimen. Think I might have too many now. Time to frag them out yeah? 20200228_133923.jpg 20200228_133628.jpg
     
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  2. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    I would be down for the scraps if you need to rehome some. That gold color would be great in my tank!
     
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  3. Adam Mulling

    Adam Mulling Blenny

    Looking awesome
     
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  4. xystic

    xystic Wrasse

    I'm going to separate, not frag/cut, some up on the weekend of March 17 for the upcoming frag swap in Catoosa. For folks going to the frag swap and able to meet me there, I'll be throwing them away for relatively cheap, still steep on some pockets but, considering 1/2" jawbreakers from vendors are still selling at ~$200, it's still a pretty good deal. I mean, frag swaps are places your suppose to go and get killer deals right?! lol. I'll list what I can separate apart for sell here and on reef2reef's arkansas and oklahoma's local forums.

    Gotta build my war chest funds for the swap, I'll be after a few high end pieces in the softies and lps categories.

    Thinking like ~$60-$70-$80. Depending on what colors it has developing on it will be the price point but ~$80 is max. So like the one in the second photo with red and green already developing, that's like ~$80.

    I'll know more for sure once I get them sorted out and pictured.
     
  5. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    Oh I am interested for sure!
     
  6. ShaneT

    ShaneT Plankton

    Same, interested!
     
  7. xystic

    xystic Wrasse

    I'll see what I can do with the JawBreakers.

    I was only offering them at the event cause my tank is actually on the way there. Meaning I could pick them up and drop off any that were not sold back in my tank before coming back to Little Rock. I don't require people to deposit money or buy it once they see it.

    I don't have a tank here in Little Rock so it makes it hard to sell, especially since I work most weekends and when I'm not, I'm traveling quite a bit.
     
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