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Old 04-23-2013, 07:24 PM   #1
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Fire shrimp

Does someone think it is possible to lose 3 fire shrimp in a tank with 1 xl purple tank,1 xl blue hippo,1 xl domino damsel and last 1 long engineer goby? Please help

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How large is your damsel? I know they can be quite aggressive...
I had a friend lose several inverts to off the chart nitrates, so you might want to check your water quality. Shrimp are less tolerant of most things than fish are...
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fire, fire shrimp, rim, shrimp

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