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Old 10-08-2012, 11:25 AM   #11
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Also, did you use any LR in your tank? Maybe you have an angry hitchhiker?
Idk he hangs out with the clowns he did so all day yesterday. Even right now he's sitting in the middle of the tank floating and the clowns just swim by him.

I'm hoping its a hitchhiker cause I really like my pistol shrimp.

How can I know for sure?
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Couple more pics! This is weird!!! He's swimming fine it seems and it's not as bad as I first thought. Poor little guy hope he heals fast.

But that still leaves the nipper!
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