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Old 09-03-2007, 12:28 PM   #1
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New bangii under attack :(

Hey all, so i got a present (a new fish brought to the door from the parents) yesterday, a bangii. I've added him to my tank and he seemed fine all day and all night, but this morning the cherub angel (whos to be rehoused to a 75 in three months) is harassing the poor guy untill hes huddled in a corner. Any suggestions?

I've thought of rearraning the entire tank. The only spare tank i have is a 7gal planted thats been sitting empty for ages and i dont think will be a quick salt conversion, and i'am low on salt mix since my WC day is tuesday and its a holiday i haven't run out to replace it. Perhaps rearranging the tank?

LFS wont take him back!

Idea: Netting out the angel, rearraning the entire tank (Its all LR on sand, so not that big an event), letting the bangii have free run and then reintroduce the angel 4-5 hrs later?

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sounds like it is worth a shot.

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could work, or float a baskey to seprate the bangaii and let him hang out there in the main tank for a few days until he gets comfortable.
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My suggestion would be moving the rockwork and turning off the lights for a while.


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