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a lovely fish but as stated very shy and timid!
Scotts fairy wrasse or usually a bit cheaper option a exquistite wrasse are two of my favourates,any of the Cirrhilabrus family will be great!
i think its alveopora, goniopora has more tentacles.
need very large aquariums as well and the pinnate in particular stunning as it is is very difficult to keep!
pair of jordani's would be stunning thou!
trio of silverbelly wrasse maybe something ive always wanted they seem to get on rather well in 3's....
this product worked well for me, took a few attempts to kill the big one but other then that worked very effectively.
i dont see the harm in nets, alot easier to catch with and the tmc nets are very good i don't think ive seen an angel, tang caught in them and...
neon blue are agreesive as well they become very big powerful damsels, ive seen them dominate in 6 foot tanks once full grown, they get to a good...
it looks more like a grouper of some description tbh but im not 100% sure on this one.
im voting for flame hawkfish! 6lines have built up a bit of a reputation for being bullys as well.
i agree with this! would look nice. we hardly ever see females in england which is a shame!
true percs are really nice, small dottybacks and small wrasses are also something to look into.
corals will depend on lighting cant go wrong...
yeh i vote rid of backing plain black or blue looks alot better!
lovely tang though! one of my favourates!
look into the diverse species of wrasse
fairy wrasse or flasher would be particulary nice with the...
looks like a peppermint to me :good:
didz04:the only coral i know that have the ability to move are the fungia or heliofungia species, others will throw out sweeper tentacles to sting...
okay couple more for you to ponder saw one of thse today Cirrhilabrus rubrimarginatus stunning in the flesh!
and i had a thing bit unsual how...
well if u want weird and wonderful theres Lactoria fornasini 6" max size cowfish, but youve got to be careful what you put with them!
go leds they have little heat output so you wont get too much evaporation, and though intially they seem expensive there long term costs are...
its either Naso vlamingii or Naso lopezi