These are absolutely his favorite.Thank god for this thread. Picked up an abandoned special order from the LRS...specifically asked if they need special care or anything...nope...get on r2r and YEP...Gonna go looking for itty bitty foods now. I have been feeding mysis and Pellets...time to add something else to the mix.
Hate to see this... sadly why they are not easily kept in home aquariums.. I feel the travel and catch process can be really harsh on these fish in general (if not all fish)Sadly he didnt make it....I feel he was already bad off when I got him home and he moved on to the reef in the sky the next day. Thankfully the LFS gave me a full credit and apologized for selling me such an expert level fish...I have a feeling the employee's will be getting a talking too at the least. Hate it that he suffered he was a gorgeous fish.
Love hearing this, funny seems yourself and me are the only ones currently talking about Hawaiian cleaners in active tanks!Update on mine. He has now started eating frozen Mysis. Still eats mostly fish eggs but has definitely expanded his palette.
I appreciate you! I hoped this thread could possibly open up the chance to teach more hobbyists about this beautiful fish and what is needed to possibly keep them in our reef tanks!
I mean did you read the entire thread where I state how my Hawaiian cleaner is eating like a champ and I’m having success with the fish?..What do you mean?
I read the initial post. Good to hear your Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasse is doing good!I mean did you read the entire thread where I state how my Hawaiian cleaner is eating like a champ and I’m having success with the fish?..
or did you just read the initial post and assume I have yet to get my fish to eat? Just curious.
that’s what I mean..