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Old 03-30-2011, 06:03 PM   #21
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I had to look back thru the posts. I'm not aware of an "order" they need to go in. I was referring to the reef safeness being something to decide. I'm also not sure on the dif if yellow or red. I strongly feel there is none.
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Old 03-30-2011, 06:09 PM   #22
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Yellow seems to stay a ton smaller.....what are they not reef safe for? Coral snails shrimp crabs?
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I had to look back thru the posts. I'm not aware of an "order" they need to go in. I was referring to the reef safeness being something to decide. I'm also not sure on the dif if yellow or red. I strongly feel there is none.
From my experience the flashers and fairies are more timid than the normal wrasse such as a six-line. I have only had luck with both if I let the flasher or fairy get established before I add a more agressive wrasse
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Yellow seems to stay a ton smaller.....what are they not reef safe for? Coral snails shrimp crabs?
yes. check out some of the reef safe wrasses. there are a ton of awesome ones
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Most of the time when they say "reef-safe" they are referring to corals, that's the one thing that seperates a reef from a FOWLR
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Oh ok...
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Old 03-30-2011, 09:55 PM   #27
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I've been looking and it seems to me that, if kept well fed, they're model citizens? Anyone have personal experience with the yellow coris/canary wrass?
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