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A small damsel is unaccounted for. Can't find it anywhere and I doubt it was eaten. Only tankmates are 4 P.J. Cardinals. It must be dead and stuck in a rock. Can't find it with out tearing up things. Should I be concerned?
did it jump out of your tank? if not you'd better find it it could really foul up the water... :? Nitrates and Nitrites will drastically spike therefore klling your fish. This is saying it is dead in your tank... :?
Check Power Head?
Sorry to hear about your little guy... I had this happen once to my smallest Chromi and it turned out that I needed to "cap" off the intake of my power head with a little mesh. I pulled the dead chromi from inside the power head and closed off the intake. No problemms since.
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