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Old 03-29-2014, 04:38 PM   #51
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Well if it died the hermits may have eaten the body, or it's a really good hider and you should search at night with a red light
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Old 03-29-2014, 04:49 PM   #52
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Why a red light? And I've been checking the ammonia to see if there was a spike and there hasn't been so that's why I thought it might have jumped but I haven't found a body :/ I just don't want to go get a replacement fish and he is alive
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Most marine critters can't see red so it will let you see what's going on without spooking things
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Both the red and purple firefish have made appearances. Royal gramma is getting quite brave and stays out a lot now.

All parameters have tested normal.

Question: is a McCoskers flasher wrasse or Bluehead fairy wrasse an option instead of the sixline? And will these three be out and swimming a lot?
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The fairy wrasses need more swimming room. That tank is to small for them
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Yeah I figured but thought I would double check before eliminating them fr the final fish contention
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Yeah I know the feeling haha
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