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Old 02-27-2003, 10:16 PM   #1
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one fatality

Well, I think we lost the watchman goby in the tank move. I saw him the morning after and have not seen him since. I also, cannot find a corpse.

He was my favorite fish too...so much personality. I am wondering what could have happened as everybody seemed to make the change so well.

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Old 02-28-2003, 01:26 AM   #2
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Check the LR real close had a few fish hide in mine during the move. Found them when I was cleaning the rock.
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Watchman gobies are jumpers. might want to check around the tank.
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OMG! He showed up this evening, only for about 30 seconds and then he went behind the rock again...but he is still alive!!!
I wonder why he wont stay visible in the new tank.....?
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My Fire Fish took about a week and a half to get used to the new tank they all stay out now. Give him time he will adjust
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I wonder why he wont stay visible in the new tank.....?
Perhaps his natural tendency is to be concealed from predators. The old tank didn't have as many hiding places. He's taking advantage of the new situation.
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