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Old 11-10-2009, 12:31 AM   #11
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i had the same problem with one on my domino damsel and fire fish i never found it until i had to move my tank i found there tiny bones or things that look like bones
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Old 11-10-2009, 01:04 AM   #12
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We have a brittle star and have come up with many missing animals..when we went on vacation 2 boxer shrimp came up missing...the star was also seen carrying our sand sifting star around in its mouth...his name is Bully....the sand sifter is completely gone, the manderine dragon is gone, the shrimp are gone...man that star has an expensive diet...he also has taken out a handful of hermit crabs. I do have to meantion that our protien filter has eaten 2 of our blue damsels...
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dang!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I had an anemone eat a neon goby. I know because my cleaner shrimp pulled it out. You would be surprised how fast a cuc can finish a fish. I had a shrimp that died (also anemone ate and cleaner shrimp pulled out) and my snails polished it off in an hour or two.
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Did you notice an ammonia or nitrite spike. That would be a sure sign of a dead fish or crab.
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I noticed you said ball tip; You arnt talking about this anemone are you?

Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's Den® - Pseudocorynactis sp.

The first line on there reads "Eats fish." It only caught my attention becuase none of the other anemone's on that site say that.
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I change my water about 5 gallons a week. So I dout I would notice one. Secondly. I swear honestly there isn't ONE sign of this fish at all. It really feels as is someone would steal your dog but in the same case steal your fish?! I'm thinking you can't be serious. But I doubt that is what happened. I have looked over the area where my tank is. I'm afraid if it did get out my room mates German shephard would have gotten it. I have a firefish goby and that thing doesn't go more than 6 inches from the bottom unless he is eating
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I noticed you said ball tip; You arnt talking about this anemone are you?

Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's Den® - Pseudocorynactis sp.

The first line on there reads "Eats fish." It only caught my attention becuase none of the other anemone's on that site say that.
Hmm I really honestly don't know. Look through my threads and I have a thread with a picture of it.
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that happen to my very first goby (diamond back)and i never found it in or out the tank
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Between the bacteria and the CUC a small fish gets eaten up really fast in a SW system.
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