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question about 6 line wrasse

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moeandicy

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Has anyone ever seen one of these wrap himself inside a bubble when threatened? I got one yesterday and this morning he was in the back corner cocooned inside a big bubble. I think he was being harrassed by another fish or something. I removed him from the tank and put him in the fuge and he seems fine. Has anyone ever seen this before?
 

spongebob lover

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wwoouu that's weird, mine didn't do that.
I used to have one and when i first got him my bicolor speudomis used to pick on him, so i gave the bicolor away and so the 6 line swam everywhere until he got eaten by mantis shrimp :( .
At the begging he did stay in back corner of my tank but then he got used to the tank. The cute things he used to do were that he would try to bite his tail and he would pick stuff from my other fishes kind of like cleaning them.
 

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Abissus

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Wow, according to that article, six-lines and assessor will not co-exist. Good thing my six-line did not read that :)

Of course he is no where near being the top fish in my tank, since he's smallest.
 

bradreef

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six lines are one of the best fish. when he is ready to go back in the tank add him in right before night. He can become comfortable and find a good hiding place.
 

moeandicy

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That is just the wierdest thing. Do they come out of the sack on their own or do I need to remove it? I thought my poor fish was gonna die.
 
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