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Old 02-14-2007, 11:03 PM   #1
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ok my brother and his 55 gallon tank had some rocks but not 2 many and he also has some fishes.he put 40 pound of rock and now hes missing a Red Coris Wrasse was eating and moving along but now hes missing?
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The wrasse could just be hiding because of all the construction going on when adding the new LR.
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all my other fish have cam out and he hasnt been seen for 1 day and a half
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check around the tank? could he have jumped out?been trapped by liverock?
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He is probably just hiding I am sure he will come out soon. Just in case its not a bad idea to check behind the tank for he might have made a quick escape.
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Wrasses are know to jump. I would check around the tank, unless you have cats, then check for a smiling face. Hopefully, he is just hiding.
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Coris wrasses are big-time burrowers. A friend of mine had one that went unseen for weeks at a time. If there's no NH3 spike, he's probably OK and well hidden.
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well i looked around now it almost been 2days and a half so just hoping he just digging and wen he is in the sand wat do they eat
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