Join Date: Feb 2020
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Thanks for the long and thorough response. I'm on the hobby for a long time (although always making my mistakes and learning from them) and before I posted here I'd certified that nothing unusual happened (temperature, pH, etc). Feeding those days were normal, water changes and maintenance normal as well.
As I wrote first on this thread, first the rams were gone. Healthy, eating well, and then gone. As I was at summer vacations here (january) I wasn't paying much attention to the tank. The only unusual thing about it was a horde of ghost shrimps. As here in Brazil there's a species that hunts small and medium fish and when juvenile is very similar to a normal ghost shrimp, I put the blame on them. Took almost 30 shrimp from the tank (each one 1 inch). After that I put a couple of very small angels that doubled their size in a matter of weeks and a male krib. Then, the krib was gone. The other suspect was the adonis pleco, but later I discovered that it must have been the angels. Now everything is fine (no more angels, and a new pair of rams is living there very well)
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