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It’s a shame some things don’t work out… if you have a second tank running maybe you could try another black leopard but grow it out in that tank till it’s at a size it most likely won’t get too stressed by the coris. I’m hoping I can grow my blue star to Atleast 2” if not 3-4” before having to move it over to the larger tank so it has Atleast some change against my jade.Unfortunately it seems my black leopard has passed. I could never catch my red coris unless I tore down the tank, and i have not seen the black leopard in 4 days.
I know better then to go digging in the sand, but man I'm ticked as the black leopard is one of my favorites, and one I can't seem to keep long term. This is my third try at the black. Firts one wasted away as I could never get it to eat(it was very tiny too), second was a jumper, and now this one.
I still have hopes, but not much at this point. I have had leopard in the past stay in the sandbed for a couple weeks, only to emerge like nothing happened and hungry, but my hopes are very low.
I'm so peeved at this point, I just might tear my reef apart today to catch him.