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post #11 of 15 Old 08-23-2011, 04:09 PM
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Ha. Yeah like Ladayen said I got really paranoid because I couldn't find 1 of my harlequin rasboras! I spent about 15 minutes looking at the tank and was thinking the worst, I even thought that he might have been eaten! lol. So after the 15 minutes I decided to take all the decorations out the tank and there was still no sign of him, put everything back in and decided to forget about it. It was only later that night as I was going to bed that I discovered he was hiding behind the filter!

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post #12 of 15 Old 08-31-2011, 02:21 PM
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i had two zebra danios disappear. never did find them, even after taking literally everything out of the tank and starting over. i assume they died and then got eaten, as fish are prone to doing.
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post #13 of 15 Old 08-31-2011, 02:40 PM
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I just found my Kuhli loach that has been missing for four months now chillin out in the corner ha ha. It happens.

55gal Saltwater Crab Paludarium

8 PP hermit crabs
1 Ecuadorian hermit crab
2 Ghost Crabs
1 ?? shore crab
2 ?? other shore crabs
1 Randalls pistol shrimp
1 Halloween hermit crab (marine)
1 Electric blue hermit crab (marine)

36gal Fresh/Planted

1 Electric blue Jack Dempsey juvenile
1 Electric orange procambarus clarkii crayfish
2 Large mystery/apple snails
1 golden wonder killifish
Various small other community fish who will be be given new homes soon.
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post #14 of 15 Old 08-31-2011, 02:51 PM
I have to add to the missing fish scenario: I had two lampeye killi's that disappeared. Three weeks later I found one that was dead, furry and vertical in one of my plastic plants. He was impossible to see because he had wedged himself straight down to the base of the plant. The other one had been sucked into my filter. I should say he was sucked through my filter and ended up in the area where the motor is housed. Wierd. Took me forever to find it! I panicked over one of my gobies but just like @reece, he was hiding behind the filter. Another gobie was lost for over a week and then suddenly he just showed up, riding the filter current like nobody's business.

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25 GAL COMMUNITY TANK
3 Feather Fin Rainbow
4 Pygmy Cory's
5 Zebra Loach
2 Neon Tetra's

30 GAL GOLDFISH TANK (under construction)
1 Black Moor
1 Calico Ryunkin
1 Orange Fantail

THE ONE WHO STARTED IT ALL
Flower (Comet Goldfish) RIP
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post #15 of 15 Old 08-31-2011, 03:25 PM
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If any of my fish were to die my huge crayfish would clean up in about twenty seconds haha.

55gal Saltwater Crab Paludarium

8 PP hermit crabs
1 Ecuadorian hermit crab
2 Ghost Crabs
1 ?? shore crab
2 ?? other shore crabs
1 Randalls pistol shrimp
1 Halloween hermit crab (marine)
1 Electric blue hermit crab (marine)

36gal Fresh/Planted

1 Electric blue Jack Dempsey juvenile
1 Electric orange procambarus clarkii crayfish
2 Large mystery/apple snails
1 golden wonder killifish
Various small other community fish who will be be given new homes soon.
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