The barrier between Tahiti's and Fiji's tanks had the desired effect. Tahiti ate his pellets today.
Then again, maybe he just wasn't hungry yesterday. Who knows.... *shrug* We need to teach our fish to talk, so they can tell us how they're feeling. LOL
I adjusted the barrier so they can see each other a little, but not all the time. I think it'll be better that way.
All three are doing fine today. Yay! Finally, no one is sick, or floating upside down, or doing barrel rolls. (I sure hope I didn't just jinx myself here.)
Cayman's fins are still looking ragged. They're clean though, and he's been getting loads of water changes. (Ammonia is at 0.) So either they were affected by his recent submersion on Epsom salts, or he's biting them off. I keep sneaking over to look at him, to make sure he's not chewing on his tail. But he invariably sees me coming, and stares at his food container while doing a little Happy Dance. LOL