Help me! I don't know what to do! My tank is a five foot 187 gallon tank. I have a school of five yellow tailed blue damsels, 3 smithi damsels, a bicolor angelfish, a royal gramma, a PJ cardinal, and a pair of true percula clownfish. Yesterday I came home to find the biggest 2 yellowtailed blue damsels laying a batch of eggs behind one of the rocks. I just went downstairs and I found the biggest yellowtailed blue (the one that was guarding the eggs) all chewed up, fins frayed, and bloody patches of missing scales! :swear: I netted him and put him in a quarantine tank, but the clowns were attacking him as he was trying to hide and now they have a clutch of eggs behind the rock were the damsel eggs were. The clowns are being alot more aggressive than they usually are, keeping all the other fish on the left half of the tank. What should I do? Should I just let the clowns keep going at it? I'd really rather not move them. Help Me!