I don’t know, not a whole lot on this particular fish. Either they are not kept often if they are good little fishies so they don’t get talked about often. I changed all the rocks and the other wrasse is gone so now he’s flashing his fins at the blenny and clown. Jerk fishdid i have the oddball, or do you
I was thinking earlier that the dynamic of our little "reefs" is amazing. My biggest jerk now is the pygmy angel, but not a terrible jerk. Other than Baby Clown (almost 12 years), the pygmy angel is the next in the fish hierarchy, so I can't say too much. Maybe we should start a reality show about reef tanks and fish wars.So the power dynamics are shifting. I believe lady clown has become head honcho. Fairy wrasse is trying to take over blennys rock but she’s just ignoring him. Blenny and lady clown get along fine, fairy wrasse displays his fins at everyone but they aren’t intimidated. I wish I could get a clear picture of this beautiful wrassehole. The details in the dorsal fin coloring are amazing.
yes no problem,do you have a skimmer for it?So all the time I spent putting glue, epoxy and rubble rock over the aiptasia was for nothing. I covered 2 in one rock and now this same rock has 4 on it. I’ve removed this rock...now I’m down two nice pieces of rock in my tank. So I ordered some live rock from KP Aquatics & I’m so excited for it to come next week!! I have a 20g long that I planned to use for curing this rock in my garage. Will 25lbs fit in a 20 long?? I hope?!
I have a reef octopus hang on I can use, not sure if I will set it up or not. I didn’t when I cured the last batch but it was an impulse buy and I had no idea what I was doing.yes no problem,do you have a skimmer for it?
Sure wish I would have licked that torch before you did It's beautiful!So yesterday I took a road trip to visit @fishguy242 and of course I didn’t leave empty handed. Not the best spectrum for pictures but here is my b-e-a-utiful torch and purple Goni!! The Goni is still pouting but it looks better today than last night!! I love them so much! Thank you Frank!!