Discussion in 'Coral Health' started by Mkizla, Sep 7, 2009.
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I'm thinking that for it to go that fast it's being eaten.
It is your damsel...get that thing out of there. Your species is extremely aggressive, prolly kill any new addition. And as the link you posted says, they eat soft corals. Most reefs do no contain damsels, mainly because of their aggression.
Straight from LiveAquaria...."In the wild, the Bluefin Damselfish is usually solitary and often associated with soft corals on which it feeds."
Ya i got him out of there. Lots of people told me damsel are reef safe..i guess not!
Hopefully my tank is safe now.
that damsel is not reef safe. Others are with caution. Most avoid them for their aggression not their coral compatibility.
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