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Old 06-13-2009, 05:12 PM   #11
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Wrasses are jumpers. You might find it outside the tank in the floor or overflow if you have one.
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No he did'nt jump out, I have class tops and plastic gaurd to seal the top, If the EEl has'nt been able to get out the wrasse should'nt either. Checked the sump and floor around tank no sign. I have'nt hooked up new overflow yet. I thought he was under the LR!! Been two days no sign
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Just hard for me to believe that the lion fish swallow that wrasse. Hopefully you`ll find him.
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Well It has got worse, the lion fish was in QT yesterday and he died last night. I think he ate the Wrasse and it was to much for him to digest!! LionFish was inattive for two days and would'nt eat, this has never happend in the 2 1/2 years I have had him. So now I am out a Wrasse and a Lion fish!! I am going to hold off for now on buying anything new replacing the lionfish, later down the road.
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