Cinnebuns Posted March 19 Share Posted March 19 Explain something to me. This has never made sense to me... Why are older fish/inverts considered more desirable and expensive than younger? I get if they are able to immediately breed but that's not always the case or difference. Imo, if 2 fish are of breeding age and 1 is older than the other, it should be cheaper not more expensive. It's closer to death age! The way I look at it the more desirable should go in this order: Proven pair/colony > of breeding age and shown breeding behavior but not proven > young/juvenile > fry > old boys/girls For some reason tho often old ones are pushed to 2nd. I don't get it! Anyone seeing something I dont? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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