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Old 10-14-2012, 08:32 PM   #1
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Peppermint shrimps getting killed?

I went and got 2 peppermint shrimps after noticing a few aipitasia a couple months ago. I already had a skunk cleaner about 3x their size. A wk or so ago i found one the peppermints dead and seen that he molted the night before so i fig somethin killed him. Today i found the 2nd one dead but this time i cant find an exoskeleton so does anyone think the cleaner shrimp dont wanna share the tank?

60 gallon 1 yellow tang, 2 true clowns, 2 reef chromis, scooter blenny, diamond goby, 1 purple firefish. 6 margarita snails, 1 turbo, 3 nass snails. Candalactus and a BTA.
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