Your leopard wrasse appears to be doing well. One of my favorite species to keep in an established reef. Once they become adjusted to their new surroundings, they are fairly easy to keep, Unfortunately, most do not adjust well to captivity. Some will refuse food and remain hidden in the substrate, while others remain visible and usually start to feed immediately! I recently purchased a small meleagris and unlike others that I purchased--it started to eat hours after introduction. Mysis and Rod's food are good starter foods. They learn to eat pellets and flake foods as well................Jim
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