Six line wrasse

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Do any of us have six line wrasse . If so how are they with shrimps????

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I've a six line wrasse @ approx 3"  in with a cleaner shrimp , a boxer shrimp and a peppermint shrimp all around 2" body length and doesn't  pay them any attention or bother with them at all , whether this will change as the wrasse gets bigger I don't know .

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Cheers m8 . I just see where ur from my parents lived in Helmsdale for about 10 years and my brothers on the eday Isles. 

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No issues with mine and a Peppermint Shrimp.

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As far as I know, they eat tiny inverts, such as feather duster, worms, pods, etc.  Not a threat to cleaner shrimp or things of that sort of size.
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No problems with mine and cleaner shrimp

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