After 3 days in the floating isolation chamber my flagfish is still getting excited when it sees the guppies (or any other fish outside my betta really). I've been trying to make sure he's had no shortage of food, but he ignores the algae discs and freeze dried bloodworms. Only thing he goes for are frozen spirulina brine shrimp, which are difficult to portion for one fish.
I don't think it's fair to make him stay in the isolation chamber until the next batch of flag fish are shipped to me, so he'll probably need to be taken to my LFS
to be rehomed... Which opens up a new possibility since I haven't ordered the new flagfish yet... Are juveniles less ornery than the adults? I know that in Angelfish at least they tend to ignore tetras they grow up with, but an adult added to a tank with tetras tends to eat them. Does the same go for Flagfish?