Thanks. I am setting something similar with my other guppy too. I created a separate guppy tank and these can go there but I am afraid transferring them now if they have fin rot. I don’t have a quarantine tank but don’t mind setting something up in a small bucket.
Thank you all for your advise. I will follow your advise and keep a close eye on the nitrites. I am due for a water change this weekend so will go forward with it, hopefully soon the cycle is re-established. I will keep you all posted. Thank you very much.
Hey there - I recently cycled my tank and I can share my experience. I did a fish in cycle which I guess you have to do now that you have 6 fish.
I started with Seachem stability and prime but frankly Idid not have any success. Then later out of desperation I used TSS+ and my tank was cycled...
I am dealing with this issue with nitrites
I am new to this hobby and had my tank (40g) setup in the beginning of January. I initially started with seachem stability but later decided to do a fish-in cycle with TSS+ which I did exactly as instructed in the forum and it was amazing by Feb...
I am planning to get around 6-8 Corydoras tomorrow. I had almost made up my mind to by Sterbai cories but I was reading up online and somewhere it said they are less hardier and die if the conditions are not optimal. On the other hand peppered cories are very hardy and are best for new...
Yes I do have lots of driftwood, nothing I would say is very sharp but could be a mishap! He seems to be fine otherwise. Does this heal ever or will stay like this for ever.
Sorry how do I make sure it does get infected, do I purchase some medication. Also do I quarantine him
I need some assistance here. I gotup in the morning and saw my angelfish fin was nipped.I have introduced 2 new sailfin mollies yesterday in the tank. Could it be the reason or is this a disease.
also do the fins repair over time.
thanks in advance for your help.
Yes Apistogramma hongsloi look wonderful. I will definitely will look into them. Thanks for the suggestion.
Well I don’t plan to breed them so it’s a good thing the cories will eat their egg. Is one Bolivian ram enough or do I need to get more.
Thank you very much for your feedback.
My angelfish (2) are small for now maybe 1.5-2 inches so that way they are staying away from the 2 rummy nose. Also my rummy nose school with my 3 danios.
I love some of these suggestions, rainbows could be great and so would Bolivian rams. I am a bit...
It’s a 40 gallon tank, yes agreed I love rummy nose and definitely need more rummy nose. I had a few more but unfortunately they died not sure why the ammonia was 0, I heard they are delicate fish hence I am being cautious there.