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Green Coris Wrasse
Hey so just got a new green coris wrasse. Was just wondering what kinda experience people have had with these guys? Any problems or anything i should worry about? I have 2 clown fish, 2 damsels, 2 pepermint shrimp, and green mandarin. Also a tiger conch, some hermits, and snails. And some corals.
I put him in yesterday, the damsels chased him around for a bit, then he dissapeared, gf started freaking but he was back out this morning seemed to be doing fine, and he ate this morning so cant be that stressed. :)
Not one of the known Reef Safe Wrasse. I'd be careful. Watch your corals.
My corals hate me anyways, have moved them so many times. Lol
I might just get rid of them and do fish only till i get a led light setup.
I have seen these safely in reef setups, but I am not quite sure on that. I do know that they can loose their bright color easily, so make sure to him some color supporting food.
What would be good for color support? I feed a mix i made of arctic pods, brine shrimp, and mysis shrimp.
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