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- +0 /0 /-0
Had a lawnmower blenny die somewhere deep in the rockwork of my waterbox cube 20 and I spent a really long time trying to find him. Was still pretty small. Bad batch from a new LFS shipment where everyone's died within 3 days, ugh. Will start a qt after this. Anyway, I just can't find him, I lifted rocks and sifted sand as much as I could without tearing the entire tank apart and I really, really don't want to do that. I doubt I'd be able to do it and get a decent rockwork back together without killing my other fish and inverts on accident, not to mention coral that are glued to rocks without frag plug. What are my options if it just decomposes in there somewhere? I have quite a bit of rock in there and I have lots of live rock rubble in the sump for bacteria. Can I just monitor ammonia and hit the tank with a bunch of new bacteria? Use some kind of ammonia reducer?