some - like the dragon wrasse - get rather large, eat all your clean up crew and knock all your rockwork over, other than that, they are fine you should look at the mouth position, if the mouth is right at the point of the fish, chances are it is a predator (no doubt someone will bring up the exception to this) but as a rule of thumb, it usually works, but whatever fish you get, read up and research before you buy.could you please explain why some are PITA Mike as i would like 1 or 2?
Mine too Mekaeel. The first fish i ever had was an Iridis wrasse called Phillip.He was really cool.Never gave me any hassels,until one day for no apparent reason he jumped out the tank.I found him all dried up in my garage.One of my favourite burrowing fish is the Iridis Wrasse. A stunner!
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