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Wrasses are doing well


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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Wrasses are doing well

    My Labouti, the Hooded's an d Pylei are all doing great. Swimming and eating . Once they have some more time to settle I will shoot pics.
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    One of my babies during acclimation
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    Sweet fish!

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    Here are the Pylei's

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    where does one go for fish selection like that? i never see them all available at the same time or even available at all. you special ordering?

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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    you have to oder these special. I have yet to see one live and in person anywhere other than my own collection or that of another reefer. Tanglovers has a pair of Chaoti Leopard Wrasses that you would never see anywhere other than a reefers tank or a public aquarium for the most part.

    Here is a pic of one of the Hooded's with the Pylei and a Swalessi basslet.

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    Nice purple tang too man!

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    Thanks Chris it is a beauty. You will have to come over man.
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    Nice fish!

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    Little Update.

    Everyome remains happys and playing well together. No aggression at all between any of the males in the tank ( I have two Hooded's and two Pylei males). All that is missing now is a harem of Rhomboids.
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