For about 4 months now I've had my eye on obtaining a Green Wolf Eel but I had to wait for my brackish tank to be at a high enough salinity to safely pull it off. Not to mention that his Green Spotted Puffer tankmate was still a tad on the small side, here's the pics:
We decided to let our 4mo old son, Evan, name him. "Ahgoo" is the only thing he can say, haha.
This male Green Wolf Eel (actually a pseudochromis) is about 7" Long and 1/2" in diameter. He's a lime color but shifts into a lemon color also depending on his surroundings. He went into my wife's 37g Tall Brackish tank that has a "rubble reef" theme w/a decent build up of lace rock, crushed coral sand, mussel shells and several a bunch of synthetic marine macro/plants made by SeaGarden.
The interesting thing is that I have this GWE in high-end brackish. I did some research and I found that C. Subducens is often times found in coastal brackish areas. In order to reduce risks I only acclimated him down to 1.016SG which is really only .001SG below what a lot of people keep FOWLR
Keeping any tankmates with a puffer, or any tankmates with an eel, is a serious gamble. The instant I dropped the bag in the tank to float the GSP bit a hole in the bag. This morning I noticed that the GWE has a nip on it's tail, but that's it. So far they're leaving each other alone, probably because there's enough territory.