C. cyanopleuraThis is a fairy wrasse but not sure which kind. I tried introducing a clown face fairy wrasse recently and no good. Had to take him out quickly due to aggression. Otherwise this is the most mellow fish in my tank.
Think thats a squirrelfish, possibly https://www.reeflex.net/tiere/3107_Sargocentron_caudimaculatum.htmMystery wrasse? Guy screencapped from a BBC video. I think it's possibly one in transition?
Mystery wrasse? Guy screencapped from a BBC video. I think it's possibly one in transition?
I overlooked that one yesterday, but I agree!Think thats a squirrelfish, possibly https://www.reeflex.net/tiere/3107_Sargocentron_caudimaculatum.htm
Read posts 5 and 6 on page one. Evolved answered this question there.Are Halichoeres annularis and Halichoeres maginatus are difference species or are they synonyms?
Is this a Marginatus or Annularis? Of course if they are not synonyms. Sorry about the poor quality picture. My old cellphone at the LFS, not under control setting with my camera.
Been at the LFS for 1 week and loosing weight. If I dont get him soon, I dont think he will last. However, I dont know if he will worth my effort to try to save him. Unusual fish, almost look like a Leopard Wrasse
Yes, that's a transitional male. It's about 98% likely it will go the rest of the way to terminal, but the time frame for that is quite variable.Hey, @evolved I know this is a Pink Margin, but is it a transitional male? I've been wanting a male for a while, but they've been difficult to get lately so I settled for this female/juvenile. The only thing that makes me think it's transitional is because there is some red/blue banding on the tail that wasn't on another female. And if it's not transitioning, what is the likelihood she'll transition to male in captivity?
Would really appreciate your help!