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"I bought a yellow eyed tang for my 220. At first all was well, but then I noticed 2 of my cleaner shrimp were missing their antenae. I hadn't added anything new recently other than the tang. Shortly after I noticed my banded goby and my yellow goby went into hiding. I just figured they were scared of the tang, but then tonight, I saw the yellow eyed tang cornering my lawnmower blennie munching on his side. I broke them up, but as one other said, it's difficult to get him out with a bunch of live rock. I've got a weekend project, and someone is going back to the petstore. It's pretty, but rotten!"

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