Flow looks too high, I see them being pushed by current. But that's my own opinion.
yes, That could be. They are all at the end of the tank away from that wave maker. This amount of flow didn't seam to bother the Anthias. I'm going to give them a bit more time to get used to it before I turn it down. They did all just come from QT for several month that had very little flow.Flow looks too high, I see them being pushed by current. But that's my own opinion.
The Gem Tang is the smallest of the bunch and is the biggest bully. The Powder Brown is the biggest of the bunch and the biggest sissy.Gem tang does not like powder blue. He tried to tail swipe him. And they are small. It would take months for them to get used to the flow.
Edit: powder brown, not blue. sorry
I guess I should reveal that I have a Black Tang in QT right now.Looks like the experiment is going well... like they say at the hospital ICU, "Let's see what the next 48-72 hours bring." (LOL) I didn't know whether that was your camera's flicker-rate, of just massive flow in the tank, but it did seem to me that the Tangs are getting pretty blown about. Other than that, "2 thumbs up" and best wishes. You will have a great collection of fish for your 450 gallon. (Right now I wouldn't push anything else into your current tank. I know it's hard... "One last fish." Famous last words.)