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Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by tankguy, Nov 26, 2017.
Bob: the wrasse master!
I do collect money but I always leave the window open
I leave front and back doors open.
Angels and butterfly get better return though.
I have found that juveniles do much better long term compared to transitioning adults. They are much easier to get eating and adapt to captivity faster.
- Nice collection!
I have C. bathyphilus, A. neoguinaicus, C. nahackyi pair, C. rhomboidalis, P. ataenia, P hexataenia , M. negrosensis, W. nigropinnata, and the collection is always growing!
A couple I missed , Melanarus , Lunare
My list (for now):
Pintail, Magma, Crescent, Moyeri, Christmas (Haw), Naoko, Tricolor, Melanarus, and Red Coris (probably will regret this one, but sometimes we all play fish Russian roulette.)
Pair of Jordani
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Coris is gonna be huge
He's in the larger tank with the Melanarus.. Not the "wrasse" tank which will all be smaller, peaceful wrasses. Naoko will have to move to the main tank as well.
But yes -- as I said I'll probably regret the Coris, but I'm hoping. I fell in love with him and told myself no, but somehow when I was driving home from the LFS he was on the seat next to me. I'm probsably going to have to rearrange the sand bed.
Ok - I'll play along too:
I only have a Christmas. A Yellow Coris is next on my list.
Every tank should have a yellow coris or maybe two.