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Old 01-31-2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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I Lost A Fish This Morning =[

This morning I got Up To Find My Striped Blenny Dead. I Wondered How He Died??? I did a water change and everything is fine now. But Now He Is In Fishy Heaven.
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Water parameters? Where any of the other fish bothering him? Any marks, spots, discoloration or deformities?
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Old 01-31-2009, 08:40 PM   #3
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There Was A little Spike In The Water. No one was bothering him either. Their was No Marks Or Spots On Him. No Discoloration Or Deformities. I Had Him For About 4 Months.
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Not to be repetitive but .....

Review your stocking list.. You can thin it out or nature will take care of it for you...

Which may have already begun
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You did a water change and then there was a spike? In that order? You talking ammonia, right? If so, that's weird.
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Not to be repetitive but .....

Review your stocking list.. You can thin it out or nature will take care of it for you...

Which may have already begun
If your "My Tank" info is correct, I have to agree with the good Captain.
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Old 02-02-2009, 04:07 PM   #7
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Hence the spike after the fish dies and a water change maybe...
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For a review... take a look at each post the OP has started...

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Hooooo weeee! Just looked at the tank inhabitants for myself.
All that in a 55g??? Asking for more trouble and deaths IMO.
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I agree with the above...I just saw my friends 58 gal for the first time, and he's got more than you! lol....he was like ..why aren't my corals opening up?
Too many fish create a not so pleasant environment
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