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Old 05-05-2013, 04:55 PM   #1
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Missing fish! Please help!

So recently I purchased four scarlet badis (1 male, 3 female) and four red cherry shrimp for my 4 gallon tank. I purchased them Thursday, the were all there Friday (one of the shrimp had passed) and yesterday (Saturday) the only visible fish were the male badis and one female, and two of the three RCS. In the tank I already had a pygmy cory, 3 moss balls, a tall grassy plant and some bushy plant (I don't know the names, there is a pic attached), micro sword, and a piece of driftwood.

I have no idea where the other two scarlet badis and shrimp could be (the shrimp was berried when I got it). I've taken everything out the tank and searched thoroughly. I even picked through the plants to see if they were hiding. There's no sign of them anywhere! Any help is greatly appreciated!
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