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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Wrasse dominant reefs

    Doing mostly wrasses this time in the aquarium. I do have the obligate clown fish pair and a powder blue tang (first time ever with one of these). WSanted to discus the possibility of multiple harems within a reef. I am putting together a rhomboid harem and might get an additional mystery wrasse to make a pair. I am also interested in doing an additional harem of wrasses. Any suggestions?

    I was thinking of maybe a Condei harem or an exquisite fairy wrasse harem. Thoughts??????
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    Labouti harem would be hot. I currently have just a McCoskers semi harem. The dynamic continues to change almost daily!

    There is also a harem of Pylei Wrasse from Cebu on LA DD right now. Way under rated fish, I've had two and they have tons of personality and lots of great colors.
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    I know those are three females (pylei). They are also sometimes called Rhomboids. The males are super cool. A labouti harem would be nice but wowzer they are hard to find.
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    flames are cool. check out the pics going down the page-

    http://www.michiganreefers.com/forum...rphire-15.html

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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Those are cool for sure. I like them but I am thinking of keeping with an indo theme. The lineatus is also in the running as are a few others. The largest harem will be the rhomboids.
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