Can I keep wrasse with clownfish?
The wrasse was one of the last fish in the tank, with a flame angel. I have a six-line in a small tank with 2 juvenile clownfish and I’ve never had a problem with him. I added them all at the same time so maybe that helped, but he is less aggressive than I anticipated and is not a bully at feeding time.
How much does a six line wrasse cost?
|Six Line Wrasse, 1″-2.5″, Indo Pacific
Are 6 line wrasse reef tanks good?
6 Line Wrasses are considered reef-safe and would leave corals and most invertebrates alone. They might even act as cleaner fish and peck parasites or algae off larger fish, rocks, or plants. They are even able to keep a pyramid snail population in control.
How much should a clownfish cost?
The average cost of a clownfish is around $10 to 25$ range. Further, the price may increase if the species is rare.
Can you keep 2 six line wrasse together?
Getting a a pair or forming a pair is pretty simple IME. Buy 2 six lines with one slightly smaller than the other and in a short period of time, you will almost certainly establish a pair. Sex change in wrasse is generally female-to-male, but male-to-female sex change can also occur.
Do six line wrasse eat snails?
Six line wrasse’s rarely mess with anything that’s not another fish or a small invert. They will eat worms (flatworms, bristle worms, etc.) and small snails (stomatella, pyramid snail). Often, they are also a problem for any fish which are added after them, as they are territorial.
Can you keep 2 Six Line Wrasse together?
What do I feed a Six Line Wrasse?
The Six Line Wrasse diet should include vitamin enriched frozen mysis shrimp, vitamin enriched frozen brine shrimp, and other meaty foods along with a high quality marine flake and marine pellet food.
Do Six Line Wrasse eat snails?
What is the rarest clownfish?
The McCullochi Clownfish is native to Lord Howe Island off the coast of Australia. Its tiny natural range is closed to fishing making it one of the rarest Clownfish in the aquarium hobby. It is typically dark brown to black in color with a white tail and single white head bar.
How long does a Six Line Wrasse live?
Length/Diameter of fish: Six Line Wrasse adults reach up to 3.9 inches (10 cm), and have been reported to live up to 10 years in the home aquarium. Maintenance difficulty: Though sensitive during acclimation, these fish are hardy and easy to maintain once they are established in the aquarium.
What kind of fish is a six line wrasse?
Pseudocheilinus hexataenia, commonly known as Six Line Wrasse or Six Stripe Wrasse, is one of the most popular saltwater fish you can find in stores and online. One look at them and it isn’t hard to see why they are so popular.
How big of a tank does a 6 line wrasse need?
They are hardy fish that are relatively easy to keep in a saltwater aquarium. A relatively small fish, they tend to stay under 3 inches long, which means you can keep them in a tank that is 20-30 gallons in volume. While the 6 line wrasse is a naturally bold fish, they do best when kept with a moderate amount of live rock.
Can a six line wrasse eat a bristle worm?
Yes, six line wrasses do eat some flatworms and segmented worms like the bristle worm but a single fish is not likely to rid your tank of these pests. There also appears to be variability in how eager an individual fish is to eat them. Some eat them voraciously, others seem to ignore.
Is the six line wrasse safe for corals?
The six line wrasse is generally inexpensive and is widely available. They are perpetual motion machines and will zoom around the tank without a care in the world. No reason to fear if you have corals in your tank, bite six line wrasse is considered reef safe. They should leave your corals alone.