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I hate fish bullies. I can try to reduce feeding. I've been meaning to do it anyway since my Nitrates are up there quite a bit. I've never considered one until I started getting the Spirorbid worms. I must have spent close to an hour scraping the back of my tank last night. I noticed the snails in my Gyres and in my sump. I can try pellets and see how it goes. My fish mostly eat frozen and occasionally flake. I can stop the coral food too. Thanks for the ideas.Oh tough call. I have read same as you may or may not go for em then there’s the whole aggression issue depending on rest of your stock list. If you always planned on a 6 line then worth a shot but if it changes what you can do down road without removing him could be a pain.
They are filter feeders so if you can take away food source in water column perhaps? Go pellets only very small amounts multiple times a day so fish get mist all and no coral foods broadcast into tank maybe you could knock em down?
Good luck hopefully someone has a solid plan of action for ya
Yeah...I made a mental note to myself to keep up picture updates. I always want to see everyone else's tank, so I should keep adding photos on my part. My yellow tang is definitely the current boss of the tank. But he isn't too bad -- so far. We will see what happens as he matures.Nice looking tangs. I miss my yellow but he grew into a jerk At least he got a new big home to run wild in
Taking pics is tough for sure. So many different apps and every phones quality is different. In the end any pic is a good one gives folks a glimpse of your salty world which is very cool
My 6 line (Bruce) is my favorite fish in the tank. Amazing coloration, always swimming around, does this little wiggle move in the front when he sees me. Co exists peacefully with 2 clowns, a blue devil damsel, and a lawn mower blenny in a 28g. He is the only fish that has never exhibited ANY aggression that I’ve seen. The only drawback to owning one: hard to get a good picture!I have itty bitty snails and spirorbid tube worms...So six-line wrasse? Yes or no? I need to get rid of these things. I hear they might the answer to my pest issues, but can be the devil incarnate to other fish in the tank.