Your inbox is full. Thank you for your help and keeping tabs on a wrasse rookie like me. I think the Flame Angel in the 25 with her might be responsible. Unfortunate for me and her, I have nowhere else to house him so he might get put in an isolation box tomorrow. We will see how a time out works.
hi hunter, I am in the process of researching fish for my 75 gallon build and heard you are the resident wrasse expert. my question is, would it be possible to keep 2 or 3 halichoeres in this aquarium?
Hi Hunter. Hope everythings fine.. May ai ask you a short question about the c. lubbocki? Is this specimen best kept in a group, as a pair or just as a single one in a tank? I read they are not aggressive and are one of the smallest cirrhilabrus. thank you!
I've had 3 tanks and 2 deaths since 2003. The present aquarium has a canopy, but does not cover the overflow where the 3rd fish landed. I should have asked with what do you use to 'protect' such an expenisve investment.
hi! I see you have posted about wrasses all over the place and i thought you might be able to answer my question. Ive had a Hoevens wrasse for about 3 weeks or so now and it has not once come out of the sandbed to swim around. Hes still alive because when i clean the tank he shoots out of the sand and then straight back under it. Do you have any tips to get him to come out? I was thinking of scooping him up and letting him hang out in a little breeder container in the tank. or putting him in quarantine without sandbut plenty of rocks so he can get use to it. Any thoughts?