I recently changed from a 110g tall saltwater aquarium to a 150g wide saltwater aquarium.
The dimensions are 51" by 27" by 24" I believe.
I have had my tank up and running with the built in sump(bio balls, filter media, and big protein skimmer), and also a wet/dry filter underneath the tank.
There are two powerheads on either side of the tank (not including both Sump returns).
My livestock is 18" Snowflake eel, 2" algae blenny, a 3.5" Yellow Angelfish, and a 3" Sand-sifting Goby.
Every time I try to get a new fish ( like the yellow angelfish) which I bought 2 days ago.
My point is that every time I buy a new fish it seems to always get himself stuck in a rock and either die then, or die from the cuts they possess.
Like my Yellow angel for instance, woke up this morning to find him with his body stuck upside down in the rocks
He has cuts near his gills and I am worried about him, I have not seen him eat yet even though I gave him an algae clip, mysis shrimp and brine shrimp.
Is it my rock setup that is bad? If so how do I need to position them?
Or is it just a dumb fish?
My water parameters are good with only the PH being a little low at about 8.
I have Green Mushroom coral,also long leather coral, and 2 Condy anemones.
Any help is wanted, Thanks