My pair of snowflake clowns were introduced to a new tank about 1 day ago. They have been doing great but today when I got home they were separated and will not get back into a pair. What do I do? Thanks.
Check for gill flukes. They are parasites. Prazipro usually takes care of them. If you have shrimp check to be sure it’s safe for inverts. I think it is but I can’t remember.davenport48 said:He won’t eat. Pellets, flakes or mysis shrimp. Seems to be breathing heavy and lethargic. Other clown is perfectly fine! Fire shrimp is active and eating and so are the crabs and snails. So I don’t believe it’s a water issue. But I’m going to do a 25% water change tomorrow anyway! This might be clown behavior after being acclimated to a new tank but I’ve never had clowns so I don’t know!
Awesome news.davenport48 said:Update: Both fish are great. They both at 7-8 minI pellets today. They still didn’t want the mysis shrimp. But I’m guessing since they are new fish they’ve been raised on pellets from the breeder. They are both active and happy. Played in my current makers all day shooting from one side to the other. I’m guess the one was just stressed with the new tank. That’s kind for all the reply’s and help