Help!! Yellow Watchman Gobylaying Down!!

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fish Forum' started by CHAMELEON_BREEZE, Apr 20, 2019.

  1. CHAMELEON_BREEZEValued MemberMember

    My yellow watchman goby is laying down on its side on the live rock! It was absolutely fine! It's fins are still moving. I don't know if it's going to die or not! It's also next to a tiny aiptasia anemone! What's wrong?!?!
     
  2. CHAMELEON_BREEZEValued MemberMember

    Can someone help!?!? The fish is really new!!
     
  3. CHAMELEON_BREEZEValued MemberMember

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    Last edited: Apr 20, 2019
  4. RtessyFishlore VIPMember

    Well, I'm not a saltwater person, but you didn't list any parameters or anything that would help figure out what happened.
    Please list:
    Tank mates
    Salinity/gravity
    Ammonia
    Nitrite
    Nitrate
    pH
    Temperature
    Newest addition and when it was
    How long you had the fish
    Additional symptoms
    Should help salty people help you figure out what happened :)
     
  5. CHAMELEON_BREEZEValued MemberMember

    Salinity: 1.023
    Ammonia: Last check was 0ppm
    Nitrite: Last check was 0ppm
    Nitrate: Last check was 0ppm
    pH: Last check was 8.0
    Temperature: Between 70 and 80 degrees farenheit
    The watchman goby was the newest addition.
    I've only had it for less than a day.
    Laying down on its side. Possibly dead. Removed it from tank because hermit crab "Pealy" was trying to eat him (he thought he was dead)
     
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