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Bird Wrasse Compatibility Hey. You guys do a great job. I have a 55 gallon tank with a green bird wrasse (about 5 in.). I was hoping on breeding the clowns. I heard that a bird wrasse might eat percula clowns. Is that true? I was wondering if all these fish would be compatible and if this is too many fish. I know I would eventually have to get a bigger tank for the blue tang. How big is too big for the wrasse with my size of tank? I know it’s a lot of questions, but I want to plan out my tank and make sure everything is all right. Thanks so much for your time. Cayse

Wrasse Compatibility Sorry to bother you with this question, but could not find answer in FAQ. Would a Canary Wrasse (Halichoeres https://datingranking.net/nl/wooplus-overzicht/ chrysus) and a Flame Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus jordani) get along in a 80G tank? Will they harass/eat Lysmata amboinensis shrimp? Thanks for your get work on behalf of this wonderful hobby. Steve Allen

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Missing Critters – Wrasse Attack – 2/ I recently lost 3 Peppermint Shrimp in my reef tank. You guys agreed that the most likely culprit was the serpent stars. Now it seems my blue leg and scarlet hermit population is on the decline. Today I also found my emerald crab bottoms up. Water quality is good, corals are healthy and fish look fine. Current fish include pygmy angel, flame cardinal and a very mysterious but beautiful 8 line wrasse. Is this all just a coincidence or can the wrasse and cardinal be the problem? I have a pair of juvi Clarki clowns and a yellow tang in my quarantine just about read to go in. What to do? Thanks as always, I would be lost without you guys. Ken

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Pass On The Wrasse! (Pt.2) Hi, Oh gosh! yes I should have told you his name. it’s Moe! and the new one is gong to be Larry! Sorry, couldn’t help that one. The surge is a Thalassoma purpureum. And the checkerboard is a Halichoeres hortulanus. I’m really interested in a purpureum, I don’t think I have ever seen such colors on a fish before. Thanks again, Lynn