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    LFO: Six line wrasse compatability

    Would a six line get along with a common clown and a pajama cardinal? They would be in my 20 gallon until the tank upgrade in the Fall so if I get it small I don't think size will be a problem.

    Let me know what your thoughts and/or experiences are :biglaugh2

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    you wont have a problem with that wrasse they are not agressive toward others...

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    They are a very nice fish. Always on the move looking for a meal. He was in 20 gal for a few months before being moved to my main tank a few weeks ago.
    If my wife asks, it was only $20.

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    Cool - thanks guys!

    Anyone know a good (i.e. cheap :wink5 source?

    Andrew

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    Dont get one if you plan on getting a mandarian in the future. They will out compete the mandarian for food. Also their supposedly great if you have a flat worm problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murgus
    Cool - thanks guys!

    Anyone know a good (i.e. cheap :wink5 source?

    Andrew
    you didn't list your location ( for close stores ) but they are quite common and aren't an expensive fish ( relatively speaking )


    edit: wait a sec..... your location was blank 5 seconds ago ?
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    LOL - when I was reading the responses this morning I realized I didn't have a location listed so I must have been updating it when you were posting!

    To clarify, I live in Kemptville which is just outside of Ottawa so any six lines in the Ottawa region would be good.

    Thanks,
    Andrew

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    BA in Kanata had half a dozen of them on Friday, I'm sure there's still a few left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faerin
    BA in Kanata had half a dozen of them on Friday, I'm sure there's still a few left.
    Cool -thanks.

    Any chance you remember a price? (I won't be able to call them for a while...)

    Andrew

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    Not offhand ... I think they were in the $30 to $40 range, but I could be mistaken.

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