Healthy, Or No?

sassymomma

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I want to make sure that everything is cool before bringing in new fish, after losing some guppies. I don’t know if they were deceased, or fell to a combination of crashed cycle and stress. Opening them to dropsy and fungas (treated the fungas in qt)
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I have one strong little fry, and this female left from my former school
 
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Excellent. The fin rot is the result of the cycle crash, and is improving already. She was pretty tattered a few days ago. I'll keep up with the water changes and consider my next move. Right now it's only her and a juvenile male as schooling fish. I'll probably get a couple more females, and a different fish to go in with them. Not too worried about breeding- I've had the guppies for months now, and no breeding- so unless this juvenile turn out to be especially prolific...I shouldn't be handing too many fry back to the pet store.
 

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sounds good. Just a little correction, guppies are shoaling fish and not schooling. that means they don't form tight groups.
 
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