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Xj reefing

A few days ago I upgraded my 20 gallon reef to a Red Sea reefer 250. The tank is up and running with all my old coral and fish. I want to add a yellow coris wrasse and a carpenters flasher wrasse. My lfs has a yellow coris wrasse right now and it has been there for a few weeks so I know it is Healthy. If I get it this Wednesday and get the owner to try and find a carpenters flasher wrasse how would I introduce the 2 wrasses?

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Murphych

I think you need to step on the breaks a little.. it seems you really want to run at this.. slow down, calm down... Let the things you have done so far bed in. Then talk about more fish 👍🏼

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Xj reefing

After I posted that o realised that I need to get a better cover made before I can add more fish. How long would you recommend waiting before getting new fish?

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Murphych

Not sure there is a date and time. Step back and enjoy what you have done for a while. Let it mature and check parameters regular until it becomes stable. You'll start to see things change and mature. 

 

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Xj reefing

I will wait but how would you introduce the 2?

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Tamberav
16 hours ago, Xj reefing said:

I will wait but how would you introduce the 2?

Ideally the carpenters first and then the coris a few weeks later. 
 

Coris are usually not too aggressive but I have had buttheads before.

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