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Old 12-13-2013, 07:39 PM   #11
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Old 12-13-2013, 08:13 PM   #12
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Old 12-15-2013, 12:45 AM   #13
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ohhhh a dragon wrasse!!! love those fish. good u got it young, as it grows it has these 2 horns that grow it and when hes all grown up they fall off.

awesome fish, really easy to feed as well.

dont worry about the whole turkey baster thing, this guy will find the food when you pop it into the tank
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ohhhh a dragon wrasse!!! love those fish. good u got it young, as it grows it has these 2 horns that grow it and when hes all grown up they fall off.

awesome fish, really easy to feed as well.

dont worry about the whole turkey baster thing, this guy will find the food when you pop it into the tank
Thanks Alco, he is very interesting little creature...I love to watch him grab little rocks and spit them all over, that said I worry in a few years he may try to eat smaller fish like my percula
Have you had one? What can ya tell me bout the little fella (who apparently will grow to a ft In the wild)
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Old 12-20-2013, 04:32 AM   #15
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from experience.... you can never really trust a wrasse lol

they normally get crazy with other newcomer wrasses but not really with other marines.... but needless to say if there's a fish much smaller than it, it may destroy it. I very much doubt it'll get a foot long in your aquarium. if its grown up with the clown I would highly doubt it' will try and eat you clown....

also if your wants corals in the long run.... it may eat them too.

but despite those flaws, it's still an awesome fish.
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