My Harlequin Sweetlips has gone missing since he was last seen last night. Before everybody says I have the wrong fish in this tank and I do, the harlequin, my Purple Tang and Red Sea Sailfin are/were bound for bigger quarters in month or 2. Here goes. This tank is a 250L/66gal Red Sea Max. The population consists of 2 wild true percs (2in), 2 black false percs (2.5in), a cleaner wrasse, purple tang (>3in), Red Sea Sailfin Tang (4in), I short tentacled sebae anemone (5-6 in diameter) and a green bubble tip anemone 7-8 in diameter, 2 cleaner shrimp and a 1 clawed coral banded shrimp. 2 weeks ago a bought a 3.5in harlequin sweetlips to house temporarily until I have a new tank ready (150 gal
). He has eaten very little if at all in 2 weeks and I have not seen him since 11 pm last night. I do have a live rock reef with numerous coral on the back wall of the tank, but can pretty well see behind it as well as in nearly every crack and cave witha flash light. No sign and with this type of tank set up there is no chance he jumped. Is there any chance the tank ate him completely in like 17-18 hours? Opinions?