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Old 01-15-2015, 05:35 PM   #101
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Old 02-28-2015, 11:45 PM   #103
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I got some sad news.. My snowflake blenny is missing in action. Its depressing because he was one of my fav fish

I didn't see anything wrong with him, but I've been gone soo much the past 5 days with school stuff; I didn't even get to see my tank with the lights on.
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I got some sad news.. My snowflake blenny is missing in action. Its depressing because he was one of my fav fish

I didn't see anything wrong with him, but I've been gone soo much the past 5 days with school stuff; I didn't even get to see my tank with the lights on.
Sorry to hear that. Maybe he is just out in the day? My favorite orchid Dottyback came up missing about a week ago, one of my personal favorites. Always healthy then just disappeared. I feel your pain. Maybe he will show up.
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Old 03-14-2015, 05:23 AM   #105
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Sorry to hear that. Maybe he is just out in the day? My favorite orchid Dottyback came up missing about a week ago, one of my personal favorites. Always healthy then just disappeared. I feel your pain. Maybe he will show up.
You called it. I was doing some maintenance and doing a fairly thorough cleaning of my refugium when I noticed him swimming inbetween the baffles. I'm glad he's an algae eater because he's been down there for around 3 weeks

It was a complete nightmare to get him out of them. It took 2 nets and a broken piece of hanger to get him out. My next step is to rig up a screen so that nothing can ever get back in there again.
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You called it. I was doing some maintenance and doing a fairly thorough cleaning of my refugium when I noticed him swimming inbetween the baffles. I'm glad he's an algae eater because he's been down there for around 3 weeks

It was a complete nightmare to get him out of them. It took 2 nets and a broken piece of hanger to get him out. My next step is to rig up a screen so that nothing can ever get back in there again.
Glad you found him! My male ruby red dragonet has made it down into my sump, over a baffle and into my fuge twice. LOL. Plenty of pods down there, so I guess I cant blame him. Worried me though. Glad your blenny showed up. My Orchid was never found, but I did get a new one.
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Here it is, the crevice he was stuck in for a month.



Now here he is keeping a watchful eye over his kingdom.

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I bet he's glad to be out! Glad you found him. He looks healthy to me. Very comical fish!
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What a Rollercoaster!! You salty folk and your houdini fish:p

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Im perfectly happy with fish winding up in my sump... much better than the carpet surfing my fish used to do. I lost 3 that way
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