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Old 09-16-2013, 11:19 PM   #11
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Good info should I get a cover before getting one in my tank such beautiful fish
Yeah cover will help as long as it does not impede on oxygenation in your tank. I personally never worried that she would jump out but people frequently say that wrasses are jumpers.
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:21 PM   #12
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Also would it be fine with a mandarin
Mine did fine with a blue spotted watchman goby so I don't see a coexistence problem with your mandarin. Now keeping mandarin well fed...that's another story. Lol.
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Also will this wrasse eat my clam I hope not
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Mine dont bother my shrimps at all don't have a clam so I don't know about that I do have a mesh cover on the tank. Hope that helps.
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Do wrasse eat clams or no because I have a clam I don't want it to be eaten
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Do wrasse eat clams or no because I have a clam I don't want it to be eaten
Not the reef safe ones. The leopard don't
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The leopard will compete with with the mandarin for pods Better one or the other than both. Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Leopard Wrasse
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The leopard will compete with with the mandarin for pods Better one or the other than both. Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Leopard Wrasse
Yes they so hunt for pods all day long rock sand all over the tank.
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