Line wrasse

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    saltwaterliz

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    My line wrasse female tries to jam herself into tiny holes in the live rock and under the live rock she breaths fast she also looks very pale what do I do?
     
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    She's probably scared of something. That's what they do. Females also tend to be paler than males. Does she look extra pale?
     
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    Yes
    I would try to send a picture but she is jammed in there pretty good I can try thoughtry though
     

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    2XAl Salt Addict VIP Member

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    what else do you have for livestock, water parameters? Did you add or change anything recently? gotta start with the basics.
     
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    I have a pink shrimp (I don't know the name) I have a cleaner shrimp to clown fish a girl wrasse and 1 blue green chromis I have a another chromis but it died I had a goby but it died and a male wrasse that would always nip at the girl wrasse.
     

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    How long has your tank been setup? How did you add your livestock? All at once or one fish at a time?
     
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