I would like to put a carpeting plant in my tank I have a 36g tank with the fluval 3.0 but with no Co2. I have a sand substrate and dose with excel. I just need something that will look good and hardy.
I'm sorry to hear its frustrating when things like this happen. Keep an eye on the remaining angel and reply if he goes down the same path.
I'd do a 50% water change for good measure since he has passed.
Remove the shrimp throw a bunch of fish food in the tank and wait two weeks then do a 25% water change and throw more food in. At the end of another two weeks do a 50% water change. This is what I do to cycle a tank.
Hi, it may be a good idea to turn down the flow of the tank so that the ill angelfish isn't stressed out and tired. I would recommend varying your fish's diet, try frozen foods my community tank loves Hikari Micro-pellets which are a good quality food. It is weird that your fish are developing...
They look fine to me just like tail foldage or whatever. If its been several weeks and nothing has changed with the fish I wouldn't stress too much. I'd wait for some other members to comment on the situation though before making a decision to move him.
Make sure the fish is eating, try feeding fatty protein foods like frozen blood worms to fatten him up. Keep an eye on his tail and make sure that it doesn't get infected with something like fin rot. I'd probably do 25% water changes daily to heal the tail faster.
I've had a school of 14 rummynose tetras for about a year now, a few months ago one of the fish suddenly became very bloated but was and still is active so I didn't worry about it. In the past week I have noticed probably half of the fish become bloated and now swim around with stringy poo. I...
I would definitely suggest pulling the fish out and treating it in quarantine, the worst thing that could happen is more fish becoming infected.
I'm not sure what the disease is but it seems bacterial.
I have a school of 14 rummys and they do the same thing, same are bigger and plumper than others and some are skinny. I won't worry too much as long as they are active and have good colouration that shows they aren't stressed.
Do 50% water changes everyday until the ammonia reaches 0.25pmm. Monitor your levels closely as you don't want them to rise. By rushing the cycling process it can be tricky to keep fish healthy and the media cycled. Large water changes don't allow bacteria to settle yet are needed for the fish...