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Old 07-03-2013, 12:11 AM   #11
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Elos has dusky's.
Stop it Damian! I don't need any other fish in the 75 right now. Lol. I wish I could get a wrasse for my nano but I think there's only the little ones that look like red and white hawk fish and I want a real wrasse.
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Fairy Wrasse's are great!
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Well, I need more opinions. My hooded wrasse came and died the next day. Liveaquaria promptly gave me a full credit so I'm back at it. Thoughts? Rosey scale? Eightline? Labouti?
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Sorry to hear about your hooded wrasse. Those are all great options. What about the flame or lineatus?
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They'll be to big full grown I think, but I love those as well.
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Dusky! Get one so I don't have to.
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Old 07-06-2013, 01:30 AM   #17
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Pylei fairy wrasse? If you can find one for sale That one would prob. outgrow the tank too. I like the male eightline, but not so much the female which is the one in stock. Decisions, decisions.
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Where do you see female eightlines? Liveaquaria?
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Yes.

Eightline Flasher Wrasse
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Looking at pictures other than liveaquaria, I find the labouti to be very beautiful.

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