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Old 02-11-2013, 09:20 PM   #1
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Flasher Wrasse Sick?

So I bought this flasher wrasse on Sat. morn and brought it home, drip acclimated it and put it in my tank. it was swimming around all day Sat. and seemed fine, but around 8pm that nite it was hiding in some rocks looking kindof sickly. I left it alone and sun morn i got up and checked it...she was alive and looking at me. There was this mucus stuff on top of it that i was able to lift off of her and throw away. Later sun morn she was swimming around all colorful, like nothing happened. Today, she hasnt been out much, alittle this morning, but her color was good. Now she's in the same rock, looking alittle hagard, but moves her eyes to follow me when i'm over the tank. Does this sound normal? The other wrasses that i've had were out when the lights are on.
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ick, sick, wrasse

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