Many aquatic plants will do this. It might be because the roots got damaged when planting or it just really wants to grow. Mine did the same thing and they grow just fine. I’m not a plant expert, but sounds normal to me.
And now I see it on a few fish in my 54-gallon. Found out the person watching my tanks tried to clean my glass for me and cross contaminated all thee of the large tanks. Gonna be an expensive few weeks...
I recently had a mass outbreak of ich and possible other disease in one of my tanks. The tank was treated with General and Maracyn as well as Ich-X. I have some beautiful Val and Bacopa I would like to save if possible. Would those be safe to transplant to one of my other tanks? What are...
I plan on rebuilding my 36-gallon tank from the bottom up. I’ve got a good heater, plenty of light, and a Seachem 75 that will get brand new media. I’ve heard sand hold on to much less bacteria and is an amazing substrate but I have no experience with it myself. What are the pros/cons?
Thanks but I’m likely past that point. I can home from a work trip and had two fish with blusging eyes, 4 with bloated bellies, and a massive ich outbreak. I’ll keep your advise in mind for the future.
Ich-X, General cure, Maracyn, aquarium salt...water changes...ugh!
The water quality is good and I think there are multiple issues going on. All of them are stressed from the treatment and such. I think it’s just a waiting game to see who is left when it is all said and done.
First, good luck at your meet! Second, I think that many of the fish deaths we see are just bad stock. I told my daughter to expect to lose half her fish in the first 6-months. I thought it would be under 3 honestly but not so much. The 10 her blue paradise fish killed don’t really count. LOL