Been MIA from this forum for a while because been battling hair algae and finally have a handle on things. Rocks are almost all clean having to come to a strict feeding schedule for my trio of anthias made it work more. Anyways, yesterday when u was doing a water change and moving a few rocks around i noticed one of my anthias had disappeared. kmowing that it has happened before, I looked in the overflow and their it was. Now after everything calmed down and what not I noticed that now of the females is on the right side of the tank constantly. the male doesn't seem to really to bother her nor the other female. The male just seems more concerned (if fish are capable of that) and just hanging around her and is trying to get her to follow him. I'm not entirely to sure which anthias was in the overflow either so I'm worried it was the male and the one female is transitioning into male. No aggression as far as I can see so I'm not to entirely worried. Could it be just stress and the male trying to put his dominance in check again? in the picture I posted you can see the female on the right and on the left you can kinda make out the male in the cave hanginger close by. she doesnt really move from that spot except to catch the food that comes floating by.