in the august/september issue of "coral" they talked about this really rare serranidae but acts and looks more like a hawk fish. well the guy wo dose the ordering for my LFS
found one and got it in. it is really cool but really $$$$ i can get it for $70 because i work there. i have tried looking around the internet but i cant find much about it because they are so rare i think. so i am posting to see if any one has one and can provide any help. i have found it under a few different names "Unarmed Perchlet" "Plectranthias Inermis" "Highfin Perchlet and "Plectranthias sp". any one know anything about it?
right now at work he has been there for about 2 weeks. i have not seen him eat anything but i am trying every thing. no luck right now but i feel because he is so small that he has to be eating some thing and i just am not seeing him do it. if he is still there and alive after 2 months and i still have not seen him eat anything he is going to come home with me.
A 46 gal
bow front (Soft coral) reef tank with a 10 gal
sump. And a 30 gal
and Clam) reef tank hooked up to the sump of the 46 so they share water.