No, just (tiny) small snail. That wuss of a wrasse is too lazy eating out of my hand to hunt for anything that can move faster than snail pace..I may have spoken in the heat of the moment. Just water blasted the shrimp and it is back on its nem. That Harlequin tusk looks like every invert in my tank would be doomed!
Only time I've had a leopard do this was when she hit the bottom of the tank, and broke her jaw/beak. She just slept on her side, never dug into the sand like their supposed to, barely swimming, and eventually just wasted away from not being able to eat.
Mine acted just like what your describing after she broke her jaw/beak. Not saying that is your problem, just how mine acted after breaking her jaw/beak.
I linked it two posts above I thinkShould be more activity on this thread, no?
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899.99 USD for a Rubricaudalis?!Is it just me or is this really a flasher wrasse?
That's a photo of the undescribed flasher wrasse that was discovered in January 2023 in American Samoa.899.99 USD for a Rubricaudalis?!
You would’ve thought they could ID flashers a bit better… That’s got to be a rubricaudalis variation.
That's a photo of the undescribed flasher wrasse that was discovered in January 2023 in American Samoa.
But I agree this vendor doesn't have the best track record for ID'ing flasher wrasses... they were notorious for selling female C. africanus as female P. attenuatus.