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who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?


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    MarvinsReef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    Here! I'll post some pics of my collection later on. I'm sure some of you guys have seen them.

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    I'm new to the Wrasse species. Have been doing a lot of research on those that are reef safe and suited for a community tank. So far one of my favorite is the McCoskers Wrasse
    There's nothing like being a Reefer! www.upmmas.com

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    Me...me...I love a good wrasse!

    I think I need another flasher...my McKoskers needs a buddy.

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    MarvinsReef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by MizTanks View Post
    I'm new to the Wrasse species. Have been doing a lot of research on those that are reef safe and suited for a community tank. So far one of my favorite is the McCoskers Wrasse
    awesome. welcome to a new addiction. I've been an addict since 2005.


    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    Me...me...I love a good wrasse!

    I think I need another flasher...my McKoskers needs a buddy.
    cool man! how about a Paracheilinus Lineopunctatus?

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    Love a nice wrasse!!!

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    MarvinsReef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    Love a nice wrasse!!!
    LoL. let's keep it clean now guys. haha..


    well, here are some of my favorite shots from my collection.


    my favorite.. Attenuatus (Diamond Tail) Flasher Wrasse [Paracheilinus Attenuatus]
    03 19 2011Attenuatus2 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 19 2011Attenuatus3 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?




    LineSpot flasher aka Dot Dash flasher Wrasse [Paracheilinus Lineopunctatus]
    03 29 2011LineSpot001 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 29 2011LineSpot002 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?




    Lineatus Fairy Wrasse [Cirrhilabrus Lineatus]
    03 21 2011Lineatus2 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 21 2011Lineatus1 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?




    HI Flame Fairy Wrasse [Cirrhilabrus Jordani]
    03 21 2011HIFlame1 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 21 2011HIFlame2 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?




    Laboutei Fairy Wrasse [Cirrhilabrus Laboutei]
    03 21 2011Laboutei2 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 21 2011Laboutei1 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?




    Golden Rhomboid Fairy Wrasse [Cirrhilabrus Rhomboidalis]
    03 24 2011Rhomboid2 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 24 2011Rhomboid1 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?




    Hooded Fairy Wrasse [Cirrhilabrus Bathyphilus]
    03 29 2011Hooded1 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

    03 19 2011Hooded4 - who's a fan of Fairy & Flasher wrasses?

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Did some of these come from Mikes collection?

    Very nice assortment! I really like the line spot flasher and the rhomboids.

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarvinsReef View Post
    cool man! how about a Paracheilinus Lineopunctatus?
    Got a line on one?

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    Awesome shots I'm looking to get into wrasses after looking for abit at em at lfs n watching your threads. They are some beautifull fish. Lfs has a dot dash and a filimated flasher I'm thinking about pullin the plug also a exquisite at another lfs lil further away. Not sure which to get we have a 65 gallon 36x18x25 we have a kole tang,pearly jawfish,pair of black occys that host behind the hob overflow and a fat dragonete. We also have 2 clams n a blood shrimp n a harley shrimp I need to keep safe frome any new tankmates. We are setting up a 180 over the next winter after we move this summer. Any suggestions you have would be helpfull. Thank you in advance.
    Big Steve

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    steve&mari - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Jim Bluefish had 2 of them ya shoulda stopped sat after the swap they have had them for goin on 3 weeks now.
    Big Steve

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