That’s a beautiful leopard!! Fingers crossed the new one comes in perfect health. I’d recommend sticking with more peaceful wrasses, such as iridis, other leopards ect… beautiful tank by the way!Just a quick Hello...I've been a member since 2013 when I set up a 29 biocube that remained for 6 years. Lot's of trial and error for sure. It was a fun tank, but with retiring and moving, I sold everything, including an Apex, thinking I wouldn't be able to have another tank. Long story...longer...hahaha. I am settled now in my new place and decided I really missed my saltwater tank. I do have a small planted tank that's been set up for 4 months. So today my Waterbox arrives, along with the rock, pumps, and almost everything else I need. Unfortunately I just found out that the return pump isn't with the shipment...so it will be a long build as I am just me, myself and I and will have to rely on some help from family etc to get it moved inside and set up. Also, it will be my first sump and I have to say...I'm just a little nervous about that...wish me luck..I'm sure I'll have many questions. A pic of my fav wrasse from my biocube!
Thanks...didn't know too much back when I got her and just happened to get lucky. She started eating anything and everything right away and as I mentioned, I had her a long time until I moved. She's the one fish I've regretted having to sell. Such a great personality. Thanks for the tips on what might go well with her. I'm buying from Marine Pleasures as they do the quarantining. I'll post pics when I get her if she's not hiding...lolThat’s a beautiful leopard!! Fingers crossed the new one comes in perfect health. I’d recommend sticking with more peaceful wrasses, such as iridis, other leopards ect… beautiful tank by the way!
Great news!! Any photos?Just received my Blue Star Leopard. Thought she would hide right away, but she stayed out and about and was already eating. Marine Pleasures did a great job conditioning and quarantining her!!