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Shortly after one or two even more days of disappearance I happened to be extremely beginning to proper care

All the while, I had a mystery Wrasse that hid 80% of the time, however, got and visitors

A day later once i appeared domestic out of works a take a seat in front of the tank whenever i would every night and you may purchase on the 30 minutes aesthetically searching more than that which you next provide the newest seafood. Most of the seafood already been right to leading mug as they usually would every night except for a man fire that we presumed had been adjusting to their this new land and you will are timid. Two days later, nevertheless zero Men fire sighting whenever eating the latest container, afterwards you to night I did so pick your bolt over the top of one’s container and diving for retreat lower than a bbpeoplemeet rock shelf right above the mud sleep. Past when you find yourself chicken basting my personal rockwork, I have to keeps blown on the his covering up place and he sample doing the top of the latest container.

Adam Re: Vampire/tennenti tang – powder blue tang, comp

He looked nothing like the same fish I added approximately 1-week before, he was slimy, sand was stuck all over his body and his fins were ripped to pieces. He stayed at the top of the tank long enough for me to pin him into the corner and scoop him out with my hand before rushing him back into the qt tank that I continually keep up and running. He was breathing very heavy at the time but now has since calmed down and settled into the QT. Looking forward you hearing what words of wisdom or advice you guys can provide Thanks for your time Tom

Re: Vampire/tennenti tang – powder blue tang. Now Sohal Mystery Wrasse comp. Thanks for the advice Simon! These are regularly seen where I come from (England). Might be worth looking elsewhere for this fish before giving up, a supplier that gets their stock from one of the larger wholesalers should be able to find one for you. I learned my lesson and covered my tank, and replaced the Lineatus with a Labouti Wrasse. However, these fishes should be housed in covered tanks anyway as you now know> After 3 or so months, my Sohal started picking on it (it was the next largest thing in the tank).

I’ve now had a two. Well, I guess the new Mystery Wrasse got familiar with being the king of one’s slope on the few days . 5 it actually was the only real Wrasse on the tank. They reduced new Lineatus‘ fins to help you shreds within a few minutes. They simply eliminated in the event the bulbs ran away from. I’d read they could end up being aggressive, but that types of seafood had resided peacefully which have one or two previous Fairy Wrasses, I was thinking it will be okay. There are just too many hidey-openings into the an effective ninety gallon container you understand. I’m able to likely need to lose each piece out-of material to help you do that, but that is my very own darn blame I guess. Or purchase a commercial one, I take advantage of a giant Aqua medic one that has actually a cup trap door, works fantastical!

If so, how long would it need to be separated? My advice is to wait for the 260, then add the Cirrhilabrus before the Mystery> The Mystery was well established when the Laboutei was added, and it didn’t even bat an eye. This sudden change in behavior is most distressing. The Mystery Wrasse still has all of it’s lines, and is at most 2. Again, I would stick with your present fish/es for now> Again, thank you for your sage advice,