Discussion in 'Fish Discussion' started by evolved, Oct 4, 2012.
I would still utilize a social acclimation box to introduce it.
They are in QT together right now.
Also how do you know it is a yellowfin? It only have one thing sticking up from his fin, just trying to understand and make sure I do not have two mccoskers
The anal fin does not have red margin, it is all yellow. The mccokers is yellow and red.
Wrasse id please.
Male Cirrhilabrus solorensis.
Solarensis fairy wrasse. I have one myself.
Thanks for quick reply
This guy is beautiful. Thinking of adding him to our tank. Do you foresee any issues with the other wrasses we have in our tank? The other wrasses we have are a Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse (Labroides dimidiatus), Ruby Head Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus cf cyanopleura), Exquisite Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus exquisitus), Ruby Longfin fairy wrasse, (Cirrhilabrus rubeus) and Yellow wrasse (halichoeres chrysus).
The rubyhead is a closely related species, so there may be increased aggression.
I'm thinking it may not be a good idea to add. Darn LFS keeps bringing in different wrasses because he knows how much I love them. Happy I check here first before purchasing. Thanks again.
Can I get a quick ID
This I think is Brunneus @eatbreakfast
Never mind think I figured it out female sailfin
Top pic is filamtosus, whipfin.
Thank you. Kept the Brunneus
Looks like Halichoeres chrysotaenia, but I would need to see the tail.
I'm in the market for some Paracheilinus and was told by my LFS they had a female flasher. This is what i found:
What do you guys think? More information the story in this thread:
Thanks in advanced
You got a female fairy wrasse from the lubbocki complex of species.
What about this one?
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