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  1. #1
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    speaking of clean up crew

    My yellow tailed damsel has been nipped at for the last couple of days.I dont see him anymore so I'm assuming it dead and behind ALL that rock.
    Question: should I roll up my sleeves or let my clean up crew find him?
    2 brittle stars,1 serpent starfish,1 chocolate chip starfish,1 arrow crab,1 coral banded shrimp,2 peppermint shrimp

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    How big is the tank? IMO If the tank big enough,... and stable enough to handle is one relatively small fish you might do more damage moving everything around in the search then to leave it there.
    Rob

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    Its a 65g tank.The arrow crab found him and had dragged the fish up to his part of the tank,where he began eating him.I woke up this morning to find a partially eaten fish and the arrow crab chewing on something else.Needless to say I pulled him out:angel:

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