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Old 05-10-2011, 12:50 PM   #1
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R.i.p sleeper goby :(

So i lost my sleeper goby about a week ago he was a active 3 in goby i have no idea y he died ! . My water readings are good My who thing is now that i dont have him the poop at the bottom of the tank is all there what could i do other than trying to scoop it to solve this ?
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Have no idea what you're saying other than the fish died. What is your question?
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Old 05-10-2011, 01:25 PM   #3
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?the goby i had cleaned up the crap at the bottom of the tank now that hes no longer cleaning it how can i get rid of that problem without sturring up sand releasing unwanted nitrates.
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I didnt understand either. Hermits and snails?
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Do u hit me up when ur bak
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Old 05-10-2011, 01:44 PM   #6
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Sorry for that ! wrong page but thanx for the advice snails sounds right
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Nassarius snails can clean below the surface. If you need sand sifting, I'd only do another goby. Bullet or diamond varieties.

If you had the yellow headed sleeper goby, they don't live long in the aquarium. The other 2 I mentioned do.
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I will def try the ones u mentioned thanx
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