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Old 05-24-2011, 07:36 PM   #1
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What are some wrasses that get along together and can be kept in the same tank without incident?
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all wrasses will get along. What happens is that one will become a dominant wrasse, all the others will find a pecking order.
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I already have 3 wrasses in my tank, yellow coris, a yellowhead wrasse and a bluehead wrasse. Does that mean I can go ahead and buy that dragon wrasse I saw at the local pet store and they won't try to kill each other? The three wrasses I already have get along just swimmingly.
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I have the red coris wrasse, the six line wrasse, and just recently added a cleaner wrasse. The other two pretty much ignored the new addition, my blenny on the other hand strongly dislikes him.
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They should be okay.
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ok, thank you. I just read somewhere that any wrasse is fine together as long as you don't get two of the same kind. True?
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i have two six line and they are always together
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