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Fishnerd2000 - 2014-03-25
Would it be a good idea if I were to get a sixline wrasse with my two tomato clowns, African red starfish and snowflake eel? I've always wanted one and I also might add one or two Niger triggers to my tank. I have a 55gal. Please answer soon I'll be on next at about 11:00am tomorrow please answer before then. Thanks.

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Chuck - 2014-02-24
I have had my large Female Leopard wrasse for 2 days and she is hiding as normal. This is my 2nd go round with the LW. My first one died as my tank overheated. They are very hardy and beautiful fish. Good luck to everyone.

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Suen Ze - 2006-01-01
I Love Dragon Fish. For me, this fish has a special character, besides as a rock mover, this fish knows time very well. I have 2. They only appear at 6 in the morning until 5 at evening. So it's useless for me to find them at night. I love this fish, they move the rocks and the sand keeps clean, by moving them

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jeff - 2009-11-13
I've had a juvenile for just over a week and he's turned into my favorite fish. Very active and entertaining. Always searching for food and if startled he quickly plunges into the substrate.

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Tyler - 2008-12-21
Leoard Wrasses kick ***! I got mine 5 days ago and the first 2 days I could not find her, but now she is done hiding during the day in the sand and swims throughout my reef looking for food. Hard to find and I only got mine for 10 bucks. Hopefully she lives and adapts well to her new reef.

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  • Ewan - 2010-03-21
    Mine went missing for a about a month. It had a regular pattern of coming out between 10 am and 5 pm, so i had to stay home from work to see it. Fantstic fish if you can get to keep them alive for more than 6 months.
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Kearson Ulosovich - 2012-04-29
I love the klunzingers wrasse. It's a very beautiful fish. I am even doing it for a school project!

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Ryan - 2006-11-29
I have had a leopard wrasse for seven months, and I did not even see it for the first two months. It survived when my tank had ich, and everything in the tank died off except for it. But dont be worried if you dont see the fish for a week, they can hang.

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Tom Roughan - 2013-01-08
My bluestreak I have had for 2 weeks will eat mysis or brine shrimp out of my hand, he also goes mad for ocean nutrition green marine algae.

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iPher - 2012-10-11
Sigh of relief! I got 2 females yesterday. After acclimating them I released them in the tank. One was fairly calm and exploring a little bit and the other darted straight to the bottom and kicked up a cloud of rubble. Poof! Smoke bomb! It settled quickly and she had disappeared. There is shelter in my tank but nothing I can't see into except for a giant moon snail shell. I thought maybe she's in there and I left it be. Came back an hour later and the other was gone. I have a good lid but I looked all over the floor anyway. This morning I checked the shell and nothing. These fish are ninjas! I was searching this morning to see if anyone else had this problem and found this. I feel better about life now.

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2012-10-11
    These fish are incredible about disappearing for days at a time.  Once they feel safe and get use to the take you will start seeing them more and the they will disappear again!  Have fun solving the mystery!
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Animal-World info on Six-Line Wrasse
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Ashley - 2010-06-25
My 6 line wrasse Marley is absolutely beautiful, stunning, and quite a character at that! He lives in a 55 gallon tank with my blue damsel Dolce and raccoon butterfly Neytiri. The the funny (and kinda quirky) thing he does is that he's a bristleworn shredder. I watched him wait for 10 minutes for a medium sized worm (about 5") slowly come out of the rock, and when he saw it came out enough, he grabbed the worm and violently pulled it out of the rock. He then proceeded to pick and nip the worm for 5 minutes until it was dead and in a million pieces! I felt really bad for the worm, but at least I won't have a bristleworm problem ever again!

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