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Old 01-13-2014, 02:52 AM   #1
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Housing wrasses together?

Could a Six line and possum wrasse reside together? I'm thinking they'll be ok if I add the possum wrasse first. Also would a green clown goby get any trouble from a lawnmower blenny?.
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IMO it may work providing the DT is large enough and has many hiding places. 30 gallons is minimum for a Six line and the lawnmower blenny. lawnmower blenny and clown goby will be OK as their body shapes are dissimilar. Good luck!
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IMO it may work providing the DT is large enough and has many hiding places. 30 gallons is minimum for a Six line and the lawnmower blenny. lawnmower blenny and clown goby will be OK as their body shapes are dissimilar. Good luck!
I've decided to ditch the possum wrasse and just go with the 6 line. The lawnmower is already in my tank for a while now so im a little concerned about adding the green clown goby. i might not. plus at 6 fish my tank will be capped off!
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