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I have a feeling we might see some China wrasses in the sale forum soon 🤣 just kidding man, keep up the hard work it’ll pay off I feel.
 

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So for anyone wondering - you cannot keep 2 yellow coris wrasse males together. I saw some fighting and scales flying uggghh.
You can keep multiples together as juveniles, but if more than 1 transitions into being a male - you're gonna be in trouble.

I need to figure out how to catch the big one...the small guy is terrorizing him every time he comes out of the sand
 

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I've also got 2 foxfaces in there currently and hope they remain nice.
The yellow is currently 3x the size of the magnificent

2 blue throats are still nice - haven't killed any cleaner or fire shrimp

regal is the boss of the tank.
 

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i’m currently having that issue with two juvenile yellow wrasse. I haven’t seen the bigger of the two in over a week
 

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i’m currently having that issue with two juvenile yellow wrasse. I haven’t seen the bigger of the two in over a week
Omg that’s what happened with mine. Unfortunately when the big one came back out the smaller one had begun transitioning into a male….which is what is causing me headaches right now.

I guess the real question is would the smaller have started transitioning if the larger one didn’t stay buried for ~2 weeks
 
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