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Snail/crab compatibility 9-19-06 Just what up WWM Crew?
Fish compatibility family Labridae Crew, From what I have researched, I have found nothing negative about the compatibility of a Sixline Wrasse and a Twospot Hogfish. However if the hogfish is part of the wrasse family, could there be an issue here if the two were in the same tank? I like both of the fish, but not sure if I can have them in the same tank. Thanks, Bryan
4-line and Clown Wrasse? Hi Crew, I currently have a 90g reef tank with a 4-line Wrasse, Coral Beauty, and One-spot Foxface. My LFS has a nice Clown Wrasse that I’d like to add (after QT, of course). What are the chances of the 4-line and Clown Wrasse peacefully co-existing? The 4-line is about 3″ and the Clown Wrasse is about 4″. The 4-line has been in the tank the longest but is currently at the bottom of the pecking order. Thank you, John H.
But the Christmas/ornate wrasse Halichoeres ornatissimus I have including heard entitled a blue range wrasse could well be Ok combined with corals however is an effective issues in order to fanworms, small hermit crabs, snails, and you may decorative shrimps – thus i would not very add it to a complete reef container either
I was wondering if a blue line wrasse is a reef safe fish? 10/8/06 Thank You If you mean Stethojulis albovittata, then I don’t believe you should even have that animal in captivity – it will die. No question about it. So it really doesn’t matter whether its reef safe or not – which I wouldn’t put it in a reef tank. I’d recommend looking elsewhere for a suitable reef addition. Try some research of WWM. Have a good one, Jen S.>
Puddingwife Wrasse. < A preposition for a direction. Just kidding, howdy! > I’ve put a deposit down on a juvenile Puddingwife Wrasse so that I could do some more research on them. he was cool looking/interesting in the store. < Beautiful fish. Research ids always good, I could use some myself! > I’ve found that he will one day be too big for my aquarium, but am willing to deal with that problem when it arrives. < Spoken like a good foster parent. > I’ve read that they eat mollusks/sea urchins in the wild. that being kind of a broad statement, do you think that my snails and hermit crabs will be in danger from this guy? < Oh, yes. One of their favorite things to do is to pick up the snails/hermit crabs, and beat them on the rocks until the good stuff comes out. Horribly entertaining, but very taxing on your clean-up crew. > Also, are these fish https://datingranking.net/sexchat-sites/ generally wild caught or farm raised? Just curious. < Wild caught, but captive breeding is being worked on daily. > Thanks again, Brad < Good luck! RichardB >
Wrasse/Cirrhilabrus Compatibility – Dear WWM, <> We have a six-line wrasse, a yellow finned female fairy wrasse, a twin-spot or clown coris wrasse, and a red head solar or clown fairy wrasse. With regards to the twin-spot we did not know what we had until we brought it home and looked it up (we typically do not buy anything without doing this first but this one time we did, so. You since have learned this fish will grow to be a bruiser/will eat your other fish, perhaps returning it is in order? We are considering getting another clown fairy wrasse (to possibly stop getting the one we have now chased) but I read that males can be aggressive within their own species so that may not be the best thing to do.