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Day 3 of "all you can eat".
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This is it's split half. Hasn't moved from where I placed it. It's been in here only a few days though, the other one has been in here 2 weeks now.
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Day 3 of "all you can eat".
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This is it's split half. Hasn't moved from where I placed it. It's been in here only a few days though, the other one has been in here 2 weeks now.
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That's hilarious. A gluttonous BTA!
 
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Came home, found out I lost the leopard wrasse. No real obvious cause, just laying on the sand. I haven't seen it since I bothered her getting videos. Only weird spots on the body were where I thought the possible parasite was. I did take photos, and I am doing a freshwater dip right now just in case anything is still in it, although most parasites know when the host dies and leave.
 

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So, i read somewhere wrasse can injure their spines and uronema will attack injured site.
 
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So, i read somewhere wrasse can injure their spines and uronema will attack injured site.
We'll find out, I had 2 healthy clowns in with her.
 

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If you get one shipped, ask the shipper to send in a larger bag with at least an inch of sand in the bag. Leopard can bury itself then and arrive less stressed and hopefully unharmed from smashing into the bag walls.
 

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