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Slingjaw Fin 4/ Hi- I have a Slingjaw wrasse in my tank, and I recently discovered it was missing a chunk from its fin. I had a puffer in there that I am sure caused this injury, and they have been separated. My question is will this part of the fin grow back? Should I do anything to the fin? I plan to treat the water with some antibiotics and anti-fungal medicines. . Thank you. Dylan

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Wrasse Compatibility 9/ Dear Wet Webbers! >Les< I do hope all is well. Firstly, thank you so much for helping me, and other fish lovers, with your wonderful site and insight! I have what I hope is a quick question for you. I have a 350 litre “sea bottom” tank It can in no way be described as a reef tank or a fish only tank, but somewhere in between! I have several different species of macro-algae, as well as pulsing xenia, buttons and a couple of softies. The fishy inhabitants are a Yellow Tang, a Chalk Goby, a blue/green Chromis, an Azure damselfish, a small clownfish (started out orange but is now turning darker) and a Melanurus wrasse – who was my most recent addition about four weeks ago – and who is a gorgeous, active fish! I would like to add one more fish, ideally another wrasse, as “Mel” has now become my favourite fish in the tank, but I’ve done so much research that my brain is boggled! I’ve read that mixing wrasses can work, especially if I add a fairy or flasher wrasse, but other forums say it’s not an option. Do you think a Carpenters or McCosker’s wrasse would work with Mel and his other tankmates? Failing that, I’d thought about an Orchid Dottyback but feel it would be intimidated by Mel’s whizzing about; likewise with a Royal Gramma. I’ve also considered a Flame Hawkfish but given that these like to eat feather dusters and I’ve got a huge colony of these tiny guys, I think this is a non-starter. My only other though is a Flame Angel but, apart from the fact that I’ve tried these before and lost them within weeks of introducing them (some months ago now admittedly), now that I’ve got the corals, I’m fearful that a Flame angel might start nibbling them, as many other fish keepers have found! Any thoughts about my final addition would be greatly appreciated! Thank you Lesley Saxton