longnosed butterfly

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    hobbie1103

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    it seems to me that my longnosed butterfly has some small bite marks on its black part of its head... i think my damels did it will they go away by them selves or is there anything i can do to help my fish? :pissed:
     
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    sailfin What reef tank?

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    Get the damsels out. Then let the longnose heal itself. If you have a quarintine I would suggest putting it in there for a little while. If you are sure it is the damsels then get them out unless you like them better than other fish.
     
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    If in fact the marks are bite marks, most likely the damsels unless you have some other tasmainian in there.
     
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