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Old 08-06-2013, 05:03 PM   #101
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I have a Mystery Wrasse that just adds a whole other dimension to he tank and he doesn't bother anything.
Yea I have looked at wrasse and think I will end up getting a leopard wrasse, I am looking for something about 8-9" in size as a main fish. Almost like the star of the show lol.
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Old 08-06-2013, 05:05 PM   #102
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I love my mystery wrasse too! He is personable and will sometimes eat shrimp or krill out of my hand. Plus that much color dodging in pans out of your rock is a cool plus. He is one of the favorites for people who look onto in and even has a nick name of mini salmon and pretty pink salmon for my nieces.
Another cool option I also love is a pink spotted or any color watchman goby. They are chill and will stay in a general area if that what you are looking for. Also he helps out my cuc by going out and about and picking up missed pieces.
I have a pink spot watchman goby and yes he is a great little guy and fun to watch. But I want something larger around 8-9" as a main fish.
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:09 PM   #103
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What about a sailfin tang?
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:00 PM   #104
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What about a sailfin tang?
Lovely fish but I already have a regal tang and a yellow tang don't think another tang would be a good idea. Although I have thought about taking the regal out and getting a sailfin. I was thinking about an angel fish maybe one that doesn't get to big, some of the larger angels you can get max out at about 7-8".
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Have you looked into a potters angel? I have one picked out at my lfs but wanna make sure he's good before I take him home.
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:27 PM   #106
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Have you looked into a potters angel? I have one picked out at my lfs but wanna make sure he's good before I take him home.
I have seen a few pics but never seen one in a shop, I have heard they have some beautiful markings on them.
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There is the lamarks angel that gets about 9 inches.
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Old 08-07-2013, 01:51 AM   #108
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I have seen a few pics but never seen one in a shop, I have heard they have some beautiful markings on them.
They really are amazing. I have one on hold at my lfs, just wanna see how he does over the next two weeks or so. They can be hard to keep in non established tanks.
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There is the lamarks angel that gets about 9 inches.
Yea I have looked at the lemark's angel but they just don't do it for me lol.
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They really are amazing. I have one on hold at my lfs, just wanna see how he does over the next two weeks or so. They can be hard to keep in non established tanks.
As I say I'm yet to see one in a tank for myself, I might go to a few stores at the weekend and see if I can find one.
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