Last night I purchased a new Lemonpeel..... She looked fine at the LFS, no Ich or anything...we drip acclimated her for 45 minutes once we got home and she was pretty active. This morning I found her hiding behind a rock close to the bottom of the tank and it looks like she is breathing really fast. I fed the fish and she did not respond to the food at all. She has moved a little, but not very much. I also got some live rock rubble for the refugium and some more snails....and it looks like I had a small spike in the nitrates over night. Is there anything in particular that might cause the lemonpeel to be acting like this? Should I be worried, or could it just be natural due to the new environment? My wife also said that she thought she saw some brownish marks on her side, that werent there yesterday....but I have not been able to get the fish to turn around so I can see that side of her. It does not look like she has been picked on either. She is the biggest fish in the tank, and the other fish are fine.\n \nMy Paramaters are:\nNitrates 10ppm \nNitrite 0ppm \nAmmonia 0ppm\nAlkalinity 300ppm \nPh 8.0\n \nThe only thing I added since I put her in is Stress Zyme.