Flasher wrasse petrified?

john90009

New member
I bought a flasher wrasse awhile ago and as soon as i put him in the tank he went into hiding. Later on in 2 days he died i guess because he didn't come out to eat. Im trying my luck again and i got the most social wrasse that was in the tank. I placed him in my tank which has percula clowns and a tiny vlamingi tang and he went into hiding. How long do they usually hide until they come out or how long will they hide until they die?
 

nikon187

New member
Might need a longer drip, 15min per point in salenity. Some wrasses will hide for up to a week when first introduced. They are also extremly good jumpers, check around the back of your tank. They NEED a lid of some sort ( not eggcrate) or they will get out.
 

snorvich

Team RC member
Team RC
You might consider taking a refractometer reading of the arrival water and your water and then make sure they are identical. I keep my water at 1.025 which is exactly what me arrival water is (all from DD). The other thing you can try is to get a social acclimation chamber (acrylic chamber which suction cups to the side) and allow the new arrival time to get used to his new environment without being picked on. I do this will all fish.
 
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