Hey everyone... Thanks for your advice and input on the last one! And just as some of you figured it would be, the Diadema Dottyback was an absolute terror to my new addition. 2-2.5inch 6 Line Wrasse that I just put in an hour ago. (I've read these are a semi-aggressive fish and they certainly don't look anything alike... figured it would be a good choice) Also followed your advice on re-aquascaping just before the new addition. After watching only a few minutes of this, it was painfully obvious that action had to be taken quickly. So the Dottyback is now residing (in jail) in my salad colander at the top of the tank. The Wrasse is hidding in a LR
tunnel, needless to say, stressed probably to his limits. My question to you all now is.. How long do you think that will be necessary to keep him there? When can I let him out on parole? (((To make matters worse... The Wrasse has, of course, selected the previous home of the Dottyback as it's refuge))) Should I get more LR
before letting him loose? Thanks for the feedback!