Hi everyone, I have had a yellow wrasse in QT for 3 days now, since I put him in I've been observing to see if he would dive bomb the BB glass since they typically like burying themselves in the sandbed. So far the fish does push against the bottom looking for sand but not violently, it's eating very well and consumes nearly every bit of food that goes in the tank, it's very active and swims a 1000 laps a day around the 10g QT. It also sleeps under the filter at night due to lack of sand. I read quite a few threads where people avoid QTing wrasses and go straight to DT because they claim the wrasse will damage it's mouth due to constant attempts at digging into the hard bottom of the QT. I have never put a fish straight into my tank without QT with the exception of my Mandarin. Can I safely keep the wrasse in QT or should I skip it? I would have put tupperware with some sand in the QT but the extra sand I have has been sitting in a container for the past 2 years and I'm not sure how I feel about having the wrasse sleep in it. I could take some sand out of DT and replenish it later but will a small container filled with sand do the trick? I know several of you here have/had plenty of wrasses so what's your take on this?