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Getting a litte wrasse ... .questions ... 5 months 3 weeks ago #161564

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Do have a tight lid ... on quarantine and display tanks (learned that lesson first couple of months into the hobby :ohmy: )

Got clean sand "in case".

PVC & elbow is 1.5" ... do you all think that is too that is too big/cavernous for a little fish? Would a smaller diameter maybe make it feel safer?

Oh ... and I do have a tight lid! :lol:

Thanks for all the advice!
You can tune a piano ... but you can't tune-a-fish!

Dennis
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Getting a litte wrasse ... .questions ... 5 months 3 weeks ago #161566

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Pretty fish, Dennis.
Good luck!
It's just money...go ahead, spend it.
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Getting a litte wrasse ... .questions ... 5 months 2 days ago #161594

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Had one of those, pretty fish but I didn't see it much - very reclusive.
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