Discussion in 'Fish Discussion' started by evolved, Oct 4, 2012.
I can't remember for sure. I just remember it was much more than I had remembered them selling for.
Pretty sure you're thinking of piscilineatus? Different species.
Yep, you're right
Hello there, bought this gal labeled as just "female wrasse" , about 1.5 inch. Now at 2.5 inch its start to change into??? Black edges at tail and dorsal fins, quite long pelvic fins.... and sorry this is the best pic i could get
Cirrhilabrus cf. pylei, from Cebu.
Thanks eatbreakfast.....pylei... sweet...
Not necessarily too sweet. They can be pretty aggressive with other fairy and flasher wrasses.
Which Halichoeres is this? The fish store said Melanurus, but it lacks distinct striping on the back, it's faint.
Halichoeres melanurus, transitioning into a male.
Sorry to hear that Hunter, next time get one from us. If i get them again that is..
I believe all three that i sent out are doing well except one that i heard jumped out of a small gap in back of tank
FYI i had the second wave of them.
Get me a johnsoni (or 3) and earlei first.
Here's another one for you guys, also Halichoeres. This one has a few iridescent golden stripes running along the body's length.
All I know is that it's a wrasse lol
Yup, chased my newly added lubbocki like no tomorrow, jailed him for a month+, now hes ok w him... but now bossing around my damsels... that i can accept
Hey wrasse gurus.... would you consider giving both common and scientific names together for those of us following along and trying to memorize both...
It would help I think...
JMO. Ty in advance for considering it...
Sold to me as a male crescent tail wrasse. Were they correct? Also let me know if you need better pictures. Thanks! @evolved
Correctly sold as male crescent tail, C. cf. lunatus.
Thank you! I was trying to tag you also but it wasn't working. How big will this guy grow, I can't seem to find any information, probably barely over 2 inches currently.
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