Alright, so a couple of weeks ago I bought some clowns. Three of them ; they were all about an inch long. Now I've seen one of them lying on its side, only swimming halfheartedly when another fish bumps into it while playing or something. But soon after the group leaves, it will roll back onto its side. It doesn't "snuggle" with the others...it has always sought shelter away from the group. I tried dropping food in (bloodworms, then flakes), but the response is minimal. I've seen it try, but I don't think it's eating much. I can't seem to net it, either, for quarantine. It usually squeezes into a corner in the back, or underneath the heater, or sometimes it dares to hide underneath the pleco as it rests above it across some rocks. Wherever it is, getting to it is a job and it stresses out everyone (including me). I just tested my water: pH: 7.0-7.2 ammonia: 0ppm nitrite:0ppm nitrate: 10 ppm While I was testing, the little one tried to forage underneath a rock, but it wasn't fooling anyone. It gave up after a few seconds and rolled right back onto its side. Oh, and there are no marks or blemishes on it. Ideas, anyone? I don't think this one is one of the jumpers. A couple of weeks ago, after I put them into the quarantine tank, two of them jumped out over the next two days. I'm pretty sure that this guy was the only one to remain inside because it barely moves.