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Leopard wrasse


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    youngtimothy - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    a couple of pics of my leorard wrasse, I think she is starting to morph into a male. hard to tell in the pictures but it is getting alot bluer, the 1st is when I first got her and the second is today.

    DSC07873 1 - Leopard wrasse

    DSC05578 - Leopard wrasse

    one I got the other day of my 2 harliquin shrimp together.

    DSC05567 - Leopard wrasse

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    beautiful fish, one of the first ill be getting when i upgrade. im nto sure if females can turn into males or not but may be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonclownfish View Post
    beautiful fish, one of the first ill be getting when i upgrade. im nto sure if females can turn into males or not but may be wrong.
    Most wrasse start out as female and then change to male or terminal male sometime there after.
    Also, a Leopard wrasse is suggested for mature aquariums ONLY, as they hunt pods for food blablblaba!


    YT-How long have you had the wrasse? Leopards are sand burrowing right, at night when they sleep? How long have you had him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeferRob View Post
    Most wrasse start out as female and then change to male or terminal male sometime there after.
    Also, a Leopard wrasse is suggested for mature aquariums ONLY, as they hunt pods for food blablblaba!


    YT-How long have you had the wrasse? Leopards are sand burrowing right, at night when they sleep? How long have you had him?
    aww thanks mr dreamkiller.... jokin. but ok maybe it will be one of the alst fish i add to the tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonclownfish View Post
    aww thanks mr dreamkiller.... jokin. but ok maybe it will be one of the alst fish i add to the tank
    well their is always six lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozyreef View Post
    well their is always six lines
    lol ya. i may get one of those as well

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    but that blue is stunning u will have to post a pic when it becomes fully matured

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeferRob View Post
    Most wrasse start out as female and then change to male or terminal male sometime there after.
    Also, a Leopard wrasse is suggested for mature aquariums ONLY, as they hunt pods for food blablblaba!


    YT-How long have you had the wrasse? Leopards are sand burrowing right, at night when they sleep? How long have you had him?
    I have had it since last fall, yes it burrows into the sand and it is so cool. right after light out it will swim around then all of a sudden it dives into the sand. yes he hunts pods all day but he also eats prime reef flakes like crazy!

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    Nice pics! I cant get mine to sit still long enough to take a pic like that. Mine is also starting to exhibit the blue like yours. I have had mine about as long too, wont eat flake but loves frozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iyachtuxivm View Post
    Nice pics! I cant get mine to sit still long enough to take a pic like that. Mine is also starting to exhibit the blue like yours. I have had mine about as long too, wont eat flake but loves frozen.
    such a cool fish! tip for picture, you have to use a flash. mine wont stay still either, but I use a flash on fish and take many many pictures to get a couple good ones! give it a try.

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