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Great pics, I love my tassle file fish, a proper community fish. :)
I bought this as Acreichthys tomentosus and it is from TMC - but I´m nor sure - it is rather small 3 - 4 cm but it looks like it have tasslers like the tassle file fish - Chaetodermis pencilligerus

Here is some more pictures - if anyone could do an imdentification I would be glad

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That is a great shot. It's amazing how easily they can work their way into the sand. I've never seen that before.
 
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Can almost set your watch to my Melanurus going to bed. Every night at 9:15 he hits the sand ;)
They are funny and they must have some internal clock. I bought my first yellow wrasse from a LFS that shout down the light at 21:30 in the evening - and around 21:00 every night he/she hit the sand. I bought 4 more - but this LFS normally shout down the light 18:00 - the first time in my aquaria - they hit the sand 17:30

That is a great shot. It's amazing how easily they can work their way into the sand. I've never seen that before.
I saw it the other day and I thought that they have the same sleeping spot every night - therefore I film that spot yesterday night. And this is the reason why having an aquaria - always new things too see and catch on film.

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@najer Do you think my file fish is a tassle file fish or the common one?

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I have been thinking about it, it is the colour and shape of a common / aip eating, the hairs are odd!
I will try and get a pic of mine later, it lives in the cube end mostly so that is easier said than done. ;)
 

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This is why having a reef tank is so worth it.... it’s the little things that are important and make you smile, I’ve just got a new red/black cucumber and it fascinates me... as always thankyou Lasse
 
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I have been thinking about it, it is the colour and shape of a common / aip eating, the hairs are odd!
I will try and get a pic of mine later, it lives in the cube end mostly so that is easier said than done. ;)
It is the smallest I have seen - maybe it is a question of size. But it has not shown any interest in my aiptasia - but the ones in the fuge (where he/she was for 2 weeks) disapaer.

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Today - I prepared my aquaria for my comming trip to the south of Europa. Going by buss and train to Hungary for visiting an old friend of mine. Leave on Thursday - first to Skåne and further south on Friday.

I had some newcomers in my fuge and they was released into my DT without any problems.

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Safe travels Lasse and hope your visit is epic as the young ones say! Love the additions to your system.
Thank you - yes I´m glad for the Koumansetta hectori - it has been on my bucketlist for a long time. But it is a difficult fish to keep alive. These - I got now - have been in another aqiaria for a couple of years and I decided to test again. We will see if it works out. I slowly extend my school of Zoramia leptacantha I want a large school of them and later take away the other cardinals.

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