(If well fed) Red Coris Wrasse + Acans + Zoas = ?

anbosu

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Wrasses, as far as I know, never eat corals. They just eat crabs, snails, and ornamental shrimp, so are considered non reef safe.

If you've got a big enough aquarium for a red coris (coris gaimard I'm assuming) you should have no issues with corals.
 

heathlindner25

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Wrasses, as far as I know, never eat corals. They just eat crabs, snails, and ornamental shrimp, so are considered non reef safe.

If you've got a big enough aquarium for a red coris (coris gaimard I'm assuming) you should have no issues with corals.

This..... some Fish are labeled not reef safe because they eat other inverts, not coral.
 

Bdial

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Wrasses, as far as I know, never eat corals. They just eat crabs, snails, and ornamental shrimp, so are considered non reef safe.

If you've got a big enough aquarium for a red coris (coris gaimard I'm assuming) you should have no issues with corals.


I once had a green coris that loved brain corals
 
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