Re: So much more > Hi Robert > > I shall browse the page once more

Re: So much more > Hi Robert > > I shall browse the page once more

Reef Safe Wrasse Hello saltwater gods,

BTW I got once the “bad named (your > > words)” yellow “coris”. but he decided to jump out from my tank 🙁 I > > wonder if I should give a second chance to one of these guys > > Edgar > > Fenner> > Ok, I’ll forget about those, I really like my shrimps 🙂 > Edgar > Yup 🙂 I’m really surprised that you have answered so fast during this time and I really appreciate that. Not everyday you can talk with THE expert 🙂 most of the times I just read your book. Edgar

Example: > I am going to investigate page again

Re: More Hi Robert > Thanks a lot for your fast answer, I’ll follow your advice and get a small > wrasse for my tank. > Edgar > > Oh, and these are covered on our site by genus. BTW I got once the “bad named (your words)” yellow “coris”. but he decided to jump out from my tank 🙁 I wonder if I should give a second chance to one of these guys Edgar

– Tuskfish – Our local fish dealer has a beautiful harlequin tusk fish about 3 inch. long hoe gebruik je adventist singles I have a 135 gallon tank with live rock and some soft coral (2 fingers and 1 hammer) Is this fish compatible the books I have don’t say.

– Wrasse Question – Hello, can a harlequin tusk be in a tank with a red head solon wrasse?

Christmas time wrasse (one of at the least three types. ) >Hey, >>Good morning Rosie, Marina right here. >I got myself a christmas time wrasse in the LFS, he said it’s reef safe. You will find requested most other supply and read in some courses it wouldn’t bother corals however, have a tendency to consume decorative shrimp, clams, etc. You will find a beneficial ninety gal reef and it also would-be impossible to remove your if the the guy begins acting up, and so i have your within my hospital tank up until I get a correct information on your. I’m hoping you might help me. Thank you Rosie >>Delight come across so it food dysfunction toward aforementioned wrasse, identified by medical moniker out-of Thalassoma trilobatum >> >>The overall description via >> >>Let this act as a good course to people reading this, Various other sophisticated reasoning to utilize quarantine establishment. Rosie, the wisdom possess served your very well in such a case. All the best for you! Marina

A Reef Safe Wrasse 5/ Are the lunar or sometimes call ed moon wrasse reef safe? Thanks Michelle

😉 > Have quick question for you today. I have a well established 120 gallon tank (60x18x26), 3-4″ DSB 180 pounds Fiji, Kaelini rock, some soft corals and other cleanup type critters, one coral beauty, cardinal fish and a blue dot puffer. I really, really like the wrasse body style and coloration. The question is can you point me into a good direction what type have good coloration/movement/easy to care for? Are there different types that can’t be housed together? links for husbandry etc. like to due as much research on these guys as possible prior to ordering them. < Here's a place to start: You might also want to look at Marine Fishes by Scott Michael. Lots of good wrasses listed in their. One of our sponsors, the Marine Center ( lists a section of reef safe wrasses.> BTW you guys provide an excellent service to this hobby, can’t say enough good things about you and you efforts. Thanks, Chris

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