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Old 09-09-2009, 06:09 AM   #21
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He's either there or in whole in one of your rocks.
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:27 AM   #22
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Or on the carpet. They are jumpers.
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Old 09-09-2009, 12:09 PM   #23
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sorry about your loss if its a loss
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Well i don't know, it's not anywhere on the carpet, unless my 5-month beagle got to it before i did. I tried to check the sump and the line yesterday, but no luck. I'll doublecheck when i get home. Sucks because i really liked the fish. I'm still hoping that it buried itself really deep and taht's why i missed it, and hopefully i didn't crush it yesterday by moving all the rocks. It's gonna suck if i have to remove all the fish and the wrasse ends up being hidden somewhere that i can't see. It's driving me nuts, lol.
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It took me two days to find my wrasse when I first put him in the tank. I was worried he'd jumped and my cat had gotten him first. When I moved him into a different tank, I had to remove half the sand before I found him, and the only way then was I saw him dig into one section of the sand.

Wrasses will hide anywhere they can if they're stressed. If your tank has ich and you're removing rocks looking for him, i'm sure he's hidden somewhere.
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Yeah i will. I'm so used to freshwater, didn't think about this when i decided to go saltwater. Well after the freshwater bath to my tang the black spots are gone, but i know they will come back. Now, it has a single tiny white spot on the tail. I'll keep an good eye on it to see if it develops more.
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:05 PM   #27
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update and question

My fish are doing okay in the quaranting tank they are in the third week.
Question is: aren't shrimp immune to black ich. I have two clearner shrimp and i noticed that one of them maybe even both have black spots.
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:55 PM   #28
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Good question. I believe that it's a fish only disease but you will have to wait for another person to answer that one.
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Thanks Miike, what about the shrimp catching it. I don't think so but maybe you could shine some light on that.
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