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Old 09-26-2011, 08:57 PM   #1
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Harlequin Tuskfish vs Sunset Wrasse

I want a Tuskfish but my family wants a Sunset Wrasse.
I know that both can reach 10', so they are both the perfect size. The main reason why my family wants a Sunset is to eat the bristle worms. Does anyone know if they actually do eat bristle worms?
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Occasionally, if the worms are small.
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I've heard that harlequin tusks eat them too.
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They do? If tusk do eat them that would be sweet ^^.
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