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Old 03-31-2008, 07:16 PM   #11
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I believe that I was overreacting after observing for the last few days. But I did see that the one damselfish was shuddering almost as if he was trying to shake something off. But he seems fine now.
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Wow, definitely thanks for that link! It does say once they get bigger, they will move off the fish and find a place in the substrate or LR.
I agree, what is the damsel doing? Some fish will shimmy or shake for breeding purposes.
Definitely get us some water readings.
Maybe it was shaking for breeding purposes... I didnt know they did that.
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I know some clowns will do this (they are damselfish as well).
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