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Any pictures of the red? Also I would assume yes the black will come out more with the red gone. A shame that you had to remove him though, he looked like a beauty in the last photo I saw of him.Task is done. I made up my mind this morning once I saw the black leopard was still alive.
Tore 99% of the rock and coral out to finally get the red coris. Now if the black will come out....
I did scare her out, but she dug in pretty quickly. Still pretty scared I think. With the red out, maybe she will come out in the morning?
Wasn't fun, and I certainly do not want to do it again, but I and my tanks inhabitants are much better now.
What size tank are they in and what other fish are with them?Hello, everyone!
I just finished feeding the tank and wanted to snap a few photos of my beloved possum and pink streaked wrasses.
A pleasant (and special) surprise, these two lined up for an adorable picture together. I know a few reefers here have one or both of these species, so I wanted to share for fellow possum and pink streaked lovers. It isn’t often that you can capture a photo of them hanging around together given their shyness!
I cant wait for you to join the lubbocki gang haha, they’re really nice fish especially when you catch them flashing!! What leopards do you think you want? That would be fun to knowThese are my current 2! Can't wait to get a Lubbocks, a few different leopards, maybe even a rhomboid
I'm excited as well! I used to have one in a few different setups, and miss it a lot.I cant wait for you to join the lubbocki gang haha, they’re really nice fish especially when you catch them flashing!! What leopards do you think you want? That would be fun to know
I would snatch a photo of my lubbocki but I think both are asleep, I’ll check now and see if I can grab a photo of either one or both of them.I'm excited as well! I used to have one in a few different setups, and miss it a lot.
As far as leopards, I'm looking at 1 negrosensis, 1 meleagris, and 1 bipartitus. If I can find a moyeri, I'd snatch it up in a heartbeat as well. Wouldn't mind keeping Pseudojuloides cerasinus again either. These pics are out of my old 110 gallon. Definitely avoid the Stethojulis wrasses. Completely reef safe, even with sexy shrimp, but way too active for 99% of tanks, and need constant feeding like 6+ times per day of frozen foods.
What size tank are they in and what other fish are with them?