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It is with a heavy heart that I am selling my favorite fish. :(
I got her at Preuss after the frag swap knowing that I was upgrading to a 90-120G reef in 4 months.
Just found out last night that we are moving out of state in 4 months.

We will enjoy our reef for a few more months before selling it off to a lucky reefer. HOWEVER Leopard Wrasse's are all born female and then will turn male IF there is no other male present.
To be fair to her and make it easier to find a fantastic home, I realize that I should sell her before she turns male.

Absolutely love this little sweetie. She is about 2" and still eating Mysis shrimp (have to cut it a bit for her tiny little mouth). She shows some interest in the floating balls (pellet food).

She is $35 Please hurry before she turns into a he, possibly making it harder to find her a great home.
 

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Uh, the spotted kind. :no:

She looks just like the one pictured on animal-world.com Will post a picture of her later.

Please put the word out to people from Lansing and west. Definately want to do what is best for her.
 

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...Just found out last night that we are moving out of state in 4 months...We will enjoy our reef for a few more months before selling it off to a lucky reefer...
You may want to re-think this strategy. Look through some of the "closing it down" threads, and see how long it can take to move your livestock, let alone the hardware. (especially on the west side)

Best of luck either way both with the sale and the move.
 

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It is with a heavy heart that I am selling my favorite fish. :(
I got her at Preuss after the frag swap knowing that I was upgrading to a 90-120G reef in 4 months.
Just found out last night that we are moving out of state in 4 months.

We will enjoy our reef for a few more months before selling it off to a lucky reefer. HOWEVER Leopard Wrasse's are all born female and then will turn male IF there is no other male present.
To be fair to her and make it easier to find a fantastic home, I realize that I should sell her before she turns male.

Absolutely love this little sweetie. She is about 2" and still eating Mysis shrimp (have to cut it a bit for her tiny little mouth). She shows some interest in the floating balls (pellet food).

She is $35 Please hurry before she turns into a he, possibly making it harder to find her a great home.
you should be specific which leopard wrasse this is.
 
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