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Old 06/24/2020, 06:13 PM   #1
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Pink Anthius Death

Curious what could kill a Pink Anthius a few hours after she was swimming and eating totally fine. There isnít anything in the tank large enough to kill it. I introduced two female Pink Anthius and two fire fish to a 65 gallon reef 5 days ago

They have all been out and healthy. They all are fine a few hours ago and then I found a small hermit nibbling at the Anthius. The body looked fine.

Water parameters are great and everything in the tank is thriving.

Thank for any help

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Old 06/24/2020, 06:49 PM   #2
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How long were they at the LFS? Did you quarantine them?

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