I am a new saltwater aquarium owner with a 90 gallon tank do you think this is possible?

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My melanarus wrasse is missing do you think a white eyed moray or snowflake eel could have eaten him

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  1. Tyson Murdock

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    Can a snowflake eel or white eyed moray consume a Melanarus Wrasse. My fish is missing?
     
    Tyson Murdock, Jul 13, 2015
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    You should have put a maybe button. However, since it is a wrasse I'd look to see if he was in the overflow.
     
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    They sure could. How big are they?
    Fast is right check your sump and in the floor.

    I had a wrasse at one time that I got tired of pulling out of my sump. So I left him there. He was still alive down there a year later when I tore the tank down.
     
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