I got two male Wrasses? What do I do?

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I thought it was pretty rare to receive a male leopard wrasse but I just got two potters wrasses delivered and they’re both male... plus there is a smaller male leopard of a different species already in the tank. What do I do about this? Will it be a problem? How big does the tank need to be to mitigate aggression?? Help...
 
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Ok. So I might have someone to take on of the male potters wrasses off my hands. Assuming that happens will two male leopards or different species still be a problem?
 

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How big is your tank? I only have experience with Ornate Leopards, but you should not have two males together even in large tanks. They are a peaceful fish - one of the best - but two males is a no go. In the wild, there is one male to several females, and another male is a rival.
 
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