Wrasse Lovers Unite! What ya got?

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by Bruce Spiegelman, Mar 26, 2019.

  1. Whether it's one of a hundred you can still be counted here if you love wrasses!

    My current list of wrasses in the tanks (SM = Supermale) :

    Chaoti
    SM Pintail
    SM Carpenter
    SM Labouti
    SM Rhomboid
    Red Cigar
    Yellow Coris
    SM Tri-color
    SM Hawaiian Christmas
    SM Moyeri
    Red Sea Cleaner
    SM Radiant
    Possum
    SM Melanarus
    Whipfin Fairly
    Chiseltooth

    And an Agae Blenny that swims and eats with the wrasses.
     
  2. Jeff Rehling

    Jeff Rehling Supporting Member

    naoki fairy wrasse
     
  3. Jonathan Chia

    Jonathan Chia Supporting Member

    China Wrasse .

    Would love to get a Christmas Wrasse eventually
     
  4. Tmjvb

    Tmjvb Guest

    Nahackyi pair
    China wrasse
    Rhomboid
    Black leopard

    Im planning on adding a Choati leopard if I can get one through QT.
     
  5. Vhuang168

    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

    M Naoko
    M Lineatus
    M Pink Margin
    F Pink Margin
    M Rose Band
    F Pylei
    M Blue Side?
    J/M Sailfin
    M Whipfin
    M Filamented Flasher




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  6. treylane

    treylane Supporting Member

    Um.... so lists are nice and all, but where's the pix!?
     
  7. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    Having been a LFS owner, I’ve seen most of them...
    But 2 of my favorites were an adult red Coris 16”....just a beautiful animal
    And another red Coris adult that would swim about and then start chasing its tail...just like a dog!

    Just my $0.02
    I’ve found that the fairy and flasher wrasses are more interesting and behave more naturally when there is a group of the same species rather than a collection of random individuals
    Again, just my opinion

    It’s your tank
    You have to look at it and care for it!
     
  8. I'd love a red coris again, but they are just terrors in the tank. No doubt one of the most beautiful fish in the hobby though. When the lights hit them just right they just don't look real. As to the flashers, you're right I'm sure. In a tank of multiple species there's always one who flashes occasionally ( they do build a loose, but fairly benign hierarchy) , but the others don't (at least in my tank.) On the other hand, you do get an assortment of incredible colors!
     
  9. tankguy

    tankguy Supporting Member

    Here goes
    225 Reef
    Orange back
    Lubbock
    Pencil
    Lineatus
    Mystery
    Christmas
    Rose Scale
    Divided or Blue Star
    Ornate
    200 Reef
    Diamond Tail flasher
    Rhomboid
    Grey Head
    McCosker
    Roseband
    Radiant
    Crescent
    Earmuff
    180 FO
    Dragon
    Formosa
    Adorned
    Timor
    Twisting
    Marble
    Red Breasted
    Cigar
    List was edited , missed a few and the Earmuff showed up today
     
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2019
  10. JVU

    JVU BOD

    Look at everyone showin’ off their wrasses in da club

    I feel like this thread should have a Flo-Rida song queued up on repeat
     
  11. jorahx4

    jorahx4 Supporting Member

    My wrasse list-

    Aussie Harleyquin tusk wrasse
    Black leopard
    Pink face
    Melanarus
    Mccoskers black fin flasher



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  12. Get out of our thread you wrasse-less wonder. :)
     
  13. jorahx4

    jorahx4 Supporting Member

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  14. JVU

    JVU BOD

    I don’t have a nice wrasse myself, but I do admire other people’s wrasses whenever I can
     
  15. GabeB

    GabeB Supporting Member

    I just got my first wrasse, I am way behind most of you... It was sold to me as a Flasher Wrasse but I am unsure if that is actually what it is. I'll post a picture later for ID
     
  16. GabeB

    GabeB Supporting Member

    Also a question: Do you guys have any compatibility issues with having all these wrasses together or is there not a worry?
     
  17. So.... this isn't a simple yes or no question, but it boils down to this -- if you have a large enough tank, AND (most important) if you choose the right species (fairy's, flashers, etc), AND you take the right steps to introduce them, AND you keep them well fed, AND there's plenty of rockwork, THEN it's not much of a worry, BUT individual results may vary.
     
  18. Oh -- and always start with a plan....

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  19. GabeB

    GabeB Supporting Member

    What do you mean by them being terrors in the tank? What's the issue with them? Looked them up and they're amazing and now I want one, but wondering what the issue is
     
  20. tankguy

    tankguy Supporting Member

    I tend to bend and sometimes break the rules. Bigger tanks certainly helps but if one fish is he’ll bent on not liking the other it won’t matter.
     

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