More than one blue head wrasse?

triggreef

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Thalassoma bifasciatum.... My first thought is bad idea, I know the Thalassoma family can be pretty mean. A friend of mine has one and wants to know if he can get a second one.
 

anbosu

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They live in harems in the wild, although I would expect maintaining a harem in captivity might be difficult. I seem to remember someone trying a long time ago, but I can't remember who it was or if they had success.
 

SDguy

Fish heads unite!
Premium Member
Even for a small Thalassoma species, mine was a PITA and had to be removed. Your friend is lucky with one :)
 
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