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Old 07-02-2011, 11:38 AM   #1
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Lost fish

I have had lots of my fish in my aquarium go missing and my ph and salt level is fine.

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Old 07-02-2011, 12:26 PM   #2
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whats your ammo,nitrite and nitrae levels? were there any temp fluctuations?
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Ummm.. Anything in there that could be scavenging free meals?
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Any predatory animals in your tank? Have you checked around the floor of your tank for jumpers? Another thing is that the fish could be hiding, I know it took my jawfish 3 days to come out from hiding and my diamond goby took about 36hrs. How long have they been missing?
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Do u hear lots of clicking or poping from your tank after "lights out" cuz that would mean a pistol or mantis shrimp which might kill some of the smaller fish or they might have just died suddenly for any # of reasons but you never wood have seen the bodies cuz your clean up crew even if weak prob would have takin care of it!
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