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Old 09-23-2011, 10:33 PM   #11
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It'll be a covered top whenever I get it. I just like really really bright colored fish, just soothing and calming to me lol. Aren't Wrasse's not good for corals to?
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Old 09-23-2011, 10:35 PM   #12
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There are reef safe wrasses.
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Old 09-23-2011, 10:38 PM   #13
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It'll be a covered top whenever I get it. I just like really really bright colored fish, just soothing and calming to me lol. Aren't Wrasse's not good for corals to?
Here are some cool reef safe wrasses......

Wrasse Fish for Sale: Cleaner Wrasse and other Reef Safe Wrasse Species

Wrasses are awesome, active fish! I plan to add a few when I upgrade someday!
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I like the Cleaner Common Wrasse, and the Whip Fin Fairy Wrasse's very colorful and i think they would look awesome under my blue LED's
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Old 09-23-2011, 11:18 PM   #15
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I like the Cleaner Common Wrasse, and the Whip Fin Fairy Wrasse's very colorful and i think they would look awesome under my blue LED's
The Cleaner Wrasse may not be a good idea becuase their main food source in the wild is cleaning fish of parasites, which is hard to replicate in the aquarium. It is possible they can stress fish too because they always want to clean them.

Fairy Wrasses are great fish! I love the Scott's Fairy Wrasses!
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What about Butterfly fish? i know the Copperband Butterfly is hard to feed, are all Butterfly fish this way?
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Not all are super hard to feed. Here is one classified as "Easy"
Auriga Butterflyfish

This one isn't reef safe though. It seems to me I read in a magazine that there were one or two Butterflies that were reef safe.
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Butterfly Fish, saltwater fish aquarium - Aquatic Connection

I found a Butterfly where it says it is "suitable" for a reef.
This one isn't as hardy though.
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looks like I'll just scrap the idea of getting a Butterfly... Thanks for the help!
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looks like I'll just scrap the idea of getting a Butterfly... Thanks for the help!
No problem! If you have any more questions don't hesitate to ask!
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