1. Strangewaterchange

    Question about wrasse/ fin healing in general

    I just got a halichoeres leucoxanthus wrasse in the mail today and it has a blemish/ chunk missing on its top fin. It's a juvenile, just wondering if that should heal up and return to normal under proper conditions or if it just stays that way even through the adult transition.
  2. Christmas Wrasse

    Christmas Wrasse

    halichoeres ornatissimus
  3. Salemsoul

    What Did You Do To My Bulma?!

    I am writing this as both a cautionary reminder during the holidays & because of my love for all things Dragon Ball. I ordered a Christmas Wrasse, we named Bulma, from a local shop here in NC. They were too far to drive so I shipped her to my house. At 5:00am, I received an "update" email...
  4. Reefer37

    Melanurus Wrasse picking on Cloves?

    Has anybody had experience with melanurus wrasses or any other halichoeres wrasses going after cloves or similar coral? My only thought is maybe he saw something on the frag, but when I watch it looks like he's going after the coral itself. Could he be mistaking it thinking it's a tube worm...
  5. C

    Halichoeres Quarantining

    Hi, I currently have a Melanurus and Yellow Coris wrasse in a 29gal quarantine tank with a dish of sand. The Melanurus seems to exhibit pretty standard diurnal behavior; he's out during the day and sleeps in the sand at night.TYellow Coris did the same for about a week, however in the past 3...
  6. smartwater101

    Coris wrasse, instead of sixline, for frag tank? (pest control: all wrasse created equal?)

    Other than making sure it has some sand, would a Coris wrasse do as much pest control as a sixline? I hate my sixline. Hes a typical jerk and I really love the look of green coris. Thoughts?