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Old 08-10-2013, 12:43 AM   #21
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Ok thanks for the info. Any experience or info on the red hed solon wrasse?
It's also called a soleransis Wrasse. I had one. Pretty fish, but at the price they go for, you could do something with more color. I'd stay away from the Lubocks.
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It's also called a soleransis Wrasse. I had one. Pretty fish, but at the price they go for, you could do something with more color. I'd stay away from the Lubocks.
$30-$40 Online. About like the melenarus. Ive looked through liveaquaria and bluezoo. Anymore site recomendations?

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How about a royal pencil wrasse (Pseudojuloides severnsi)?
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I have a red head salon and he has been no trouble, very active and helps keep the Anthias in line.
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$30-$40 Online. About like the melenarus. Ive looked through liveaquaria and bluezoo. Anymore site recomendations?

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mcCoskers flasher, Line spot flasher, Long fin fairy, Exquisite, Blue flasher, Yellowfin flasher,
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Ive already had a mccoskers. It was a real nice fish. Dont really want a flasher this time. What do yall think about the melanarus with a CUC? Also the red head solon.
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Melanurus eats like a pig but great fish and always hunting. Price wise can't be beat.
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Melanurus eats like a pig but great fish and always hunting. Price wise can't be beat.
Im trying to get a melanarus. If not i may go with the 'clown' red head solon or a royal pencil maybe.
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Anyone have exp. with a royal pencil wrasse or another type of pencil wrasse?
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I think the issue I'm seeing is, while these wrasse's you are suggesting are "ok" in your tank, I would think they would just get too big. I would get something that stays under 4".
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