Mixing Thalassoma?

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Not with this specific species, although I do have six different types of wrasses with my Quoy's parrotfish.
Smaller guys are no problem for me. I get mixing them well. I have a timor, a radiant, a pintail fairy, a rhomboid fairy, and a hooded fairy in my 75 gallon, and have kept a variety of other fairies/flashers/leopards/halichoeres/pencils in the past.

Now I'm doing the bigger guys, and it doesn't seem like anyone keeps multiples.

I've personally had 2 Thalassoma amblycephalum together before, but they were both juveniles, and just swam around together without issue.
 
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Anyone ever done it? Considering getting a lunare and a bluehead for my 180. They'd be added at the same time.
It’s definitely possible, if you can get them both as juveniles as well as at the same time then your chances of success are at their height.
This is also assuming you’ll have a decent amount of hiding spots, these 3 things are going to really maximise it all is what I’ve discovered in my time owning wrasses and caring for them.
 
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