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Old 11-18-2011, 12:45 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by carey
The shrimp were just killed, not even eaten or gnawed on. Just found them dead, some broken in half.....:-(

Doesn't solve your mystery, but its interesting.

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Old 11-18-2011, 02:00 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by austinsdad
I've seen fish go after shrimp if you drop them in during lighted times as larger fish think its food. I'd try it if I were you, but add them when the lights are out and everyone is sleeping or otherwise chillin'. You're talking cleaner shrimp, right? They can't fit in that goby's mouth too easily. Sexy shrimp are kinda small and all bets are off.

Carey, did your shrimp TOTALLY dissapear? Found no pieces anywhere? Between those three in your tank, I'm thinking a rouge pistol. But I've had up to 2 pistols in a tank and 5 cleaners and never had an issue.
In my 75 i had a cleaner shrimp and at the time i had a sleeper goby (goldenhead) about 4" . From one day to another my shrimp completely disappeared , I also thought it could have been the goby till this day it's still a mystery!

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