Removing a Dead fish.

Discussion in 'Nano Tank advice' started by Shanie, 18 Jul 2008.

  1. Shanie

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    How serious is it if i cant remove a dead fish from my 100 litre Nano, because it is stuck behind the live rock where i cant get to him or find him??. Must i removed most of the rock to find him or will the hermits and shrimps (Cleaner and Dancing shrimp) eat him. It is a small yellowhead sleeper goby that died.
     
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    Normally it's best to remove, especially from a nano, but as it is 100lts and a very small fish then you should get away with it, it you really can't get it, the bristleworms, hermits and snails will make short work of it, give it a day then do a 25% water change.
     
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    What fish was it? RIP
     
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    Somebody speed reading.:whistling:
     
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    or NOT reading as the case would appear.
     
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    Ok in my case,on my little cube after my PB died.
    Tank volume +-160l
    Did a 50l water change and replaced carbon.Thats the bad thing about small water volumes,very easy for the water to become toxic.
     
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    :banghead: my bad. speed reading it was
     
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    mike Bushie - stop speed reading and organise GOLF for tomorrow morning!
     
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    PB in 160L, no wounder they dont like you :whistling:, jokes :lol:
     
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    The whole idea here was to let him get big,so i could move him to my big tank with all the larger Surgeons and Tangs.
     
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    yea im only joking lolz, I think i hit a nerve though ;p hehe
     
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    All cool Storm ;)
     

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