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Old 05-25-2004, 12:22 AM   #11
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ok So that all said and done. Any opinions on the fish????

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Old 05-25-2004, 12:25 AM   #12
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I'm partial to the fairy wrasses myself. IMO, most wrasses will do OK in a semi-aggressive tank cause they are so fast. Some of the wrasses are also considered semi-aggressive or aggressive themselves. There are many of the Thallasoma sp (spelling?) that are quite beautiful and would fit right in.
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I was looking for something colorful and with blue or yellow
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Another favorite of Mine is the T hardwicke

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Wow.. love the colouration on that one
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you know we had a hardwicke at the store and it died, I don't recall it being that colorful as the one in the picture plus it hid ALOT!!!

But maybe I will consider that one thanks.

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I know that when I worked for the LFS, the wholesalers used to sell us a Hardwicke wrasse, that WAS NOT T. hardwicke. Can't remember which species it was, but wasn't the fish pictured above. It is also my experience that any wrasse has a good possibility for hiding for a few days to a week when first placed in the aquarium.
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