So I have had this Blue Velvet Damsel that I cycled my tank with 20 years ago. He's still in there. I did a system reset quite a while ago and started shifting from soft corals to LPS and SPS. All has been fine other than his aggressiveness toward any new peaceful fish. I just resigned to the fact that I cannot add any fish that cannot fight back. Well all the sudden, he started eating my Palys. Had no idea why they were there one day and gone the next...and this were big Paly's. Once they were gone, I noticed a zoanthid colony started disappearing one at a time. I finally found the cause...caught him eating a polyp...gulp...gone! This morning, he started on another colony. He's gone as soon as I catch him since I have no idea what he will eat next. Its odd that he just started this behavior...he is very well fed and otherwise no problem over the years. I always had softies and never had an issue with him. Had I not seen it for myself I would have never suspected him. Hate to end his reign after 20 years, but can't have this! Anybody ever heard of a Blue Velvet Damsel eating Paly's and Zoanthids? Anybody in PA, NJ or MD that want a fat healthy 20 year old Velvet Damsel for a FOWLR tank! Free! I'll even deliver.