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Gobioides broussonetti (violet dragon goby)
August 16, 2011
12:35 pm
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DavidJharrison
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For the 2nd time I got myself a Gobioides broussonetti (Violet Dragon Goby) & again it didn’t last till morning, at 1st I assumed it was one of my two Brackish Toad fish so I traded them in as I’d been thinking about doing that anyway as they were preventing me having so many other fish due the fact they eat so many but as I don’t have them any more yesterday I bought another Violet Dragon Goby & again its not there so I can only assume it’s one or both of my Gymnothorax Tile.

Would they do that? There isn’t a body or even part of the Dragon left.

Any advice/help?

Thanks

August 30, 2011
9:49 am
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This may be a silly question, but have you checked the substrate thoroughly in case it's hidden itself there?

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August 30, 2011
10:32 am
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Hi,

it's not a silly question as I've been told they are good at hiding, I have cleaned the substrate & filter but not there, unless THEY have avoided me then they must have been eaten but cant see it being either of my small Gymnothorax Tile as someone suggested but it may be.

David

August 30, 2011
11:15 am
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How big was the goby compared to the eels?

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September 7, 2011
9:58 am
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About half their length but a little bit wider!

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September 8, 2011
7:19 am
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Any chance it could have escaped from the tank?

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September 8, 2011
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I very much doubt it & for both of them to go over night it seems unlikely they would both escape so quickly but I cant see how they would have got out.

I'm sure it will remain a mistery!

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