I have a 55 gallon FOWLR
tank. Recently, I've been trying to convert my FOWLR
to a reef tank, so a few days ago, I set up different lights (T5s 216w, I don't know if this is of any significance). In my tank I have a Picasso trigger, which is actually smaller than my Bannerfish. Currently, my Bannerfish is laying on its side breathing heavily. It has various red spots on its body, which I believe are from the Picasso, but I am not sure because I was not home when it began to act this way. It is in a separate cage now, but any advice as to how to save it would be greatly appreciated.