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Blue Ribbon Eel

 
Ribbon Eels are found in several different color forms. A Blue Ribbon Eel with a yellow dorsal is an adult male. These eels are hard to keep in the home aquarium and should only be attempted by experienced aquarists...


Scientific Name Rhinomuraena quaesita


Common Names Blue Ribbon Eel, Black Ribbon Eel, Ribbon moray


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Great animal to keep, but respect must be given

Comments I had A Blue Ribbon I ran in a Reef for a good while. It started out the way you would expect, trying to seal up any cracks that it could squeeze through.
Also just paying attention to what it would try and eat. They will try to eat anything that will fit in there mouth, so care must be taken with tank mates.
I actually took a flower vase and made this up in a pile of sand and that was the home.
It was always a conversation piece and after all the particular issues were solved he lived happily without incident in my system.


Liked about it Oh, the colors. They are fantastic, and will liven up even the dullest tanks.
I really like the way there head is always out of what ever they live in.
Great and hardy eaters.
Also for an Eel they do not mess with allot in a tank.


Didn't like Any Eel you keep will try and escape, so care must be taken.
Sometimes it was a little upsetting not being able to get some smaller fish that were especially attractive..


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4.5
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4.0
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5.0

By Treasures of the
Apr 17, 2013
 
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Escape Artists

Comments Will escape through any small opening, including overflows, top openings for heaters, and when top opened for cleaning. If you can keep it in the tank, they are graceful swimmers, and add unusual movement and color to the tank. They grow very quickly and need lots of room to swim. No less than 120 g tank.


Liked about it Graceful, unusual swimmers. Once eating they will eat just about any large meaty pieces of shrimp, fish, oysters, etc. They tend not to be hiders. They are very active and love to swim.


Didn't like eat small fish (Firefish, small clowns), small shrimp (Peppermint), need to house larger more aggressive fish with these guys. They can suffer from tail rot if they get stressed. They will try to escape through any opening they find, and they do search for openings. (Picture the raptors in Jurassic park)


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1.0

By PGLoynd
Dec 29, 2012
 
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