thank you. It’s fairly mild. A little nipping but mostly just a little chasing. Doesn’t chase her into the sand at least and she eats great so far. She just usually stays off to the side most of the day. At least for now they’re on different schedules so the black one goes to sleep about 2-3 hours before this one so she’s got run of the tank for a while. Should make her more confident. I’m also adding a flasher and a fairy on Friday. More fish might help diffuse things too. The tank is fairly empty so far. I’ll post an update on how it goes.Nice wrasses! Love your black leopard! As long as your Meleagris is able to eat and your black leopard isn’t driving her back into the sand things should settle down soon. Keep us posted!
LOL! Oh boy the pressure is on! I better charge my camera’s battery
Sweet! Which leopards are you getting? Are you putting them into QT first or your DT? If it's your DT, do you have any other wrasses?
Looks like a transitional Cirrhilabrus Lubbocki (Cebu).Can anybody confirm the identity of this wrasse for me? It was sold to me as a female exquisite fairy wrasse, Cirrhilabrus exquisitus. It's in a tank with a male Lubbock's fairy wrasse, a yellow canary wrasse, a square tail bristletooth tang, and a macneill's assessor basslet. There's been zero signs of aggression between anybody, but looking at the few pictures I could find, I wasn't able to find any that had the dark line on it.
That's what I was afraid of. Oh boy... I already have a male lubbock's in there. What are the chances they'll get along? Not high I assume? It'll eventually complete its transition even with another male in there right?Looks like a transitional Cirrhilabrus Lubbocki (Cebu).
It will complete the transition even with another male present. Two male Lubbocks co-existing in your tank is highly unlikely. You’ll have to pick oneThat's what I was afraid of. Oh boy... I already have a male lubbock's in there. What are the chances they'll get along? Not high I assume? It'll eventually complete its transition even with another male in there right?