Help emergency!

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Invertebrates' started by Charbel Bernaba, Jul 6, 2014.

  1. Charbel BernabaNew MemberMember

    I got 80 gallon aquarium with 3 plants so far 1 anubias and 1 java moss and 1 valls i have in the tank 5 platys 5 mollies 5 balloon mollies and 4 guppies and 3 angel angelfish and 6 sword tails from 2 days ago i found 1 balloon mollie died but i didn't care a lot but now i woke up and i found 2 platys died and 1 of my guppy died also i did a test yesterday and all my parameters are good 0 ammonia 0 nitrite and 10 mg nitrate iam using sera test kit box for testing and my ph is 7.0 and my temperature is 29c as we are in the summer now and i can't get it down more and i have 1 powerhead atman that blows the water a little and make it move and 1 airpump 2 outles i don't think i have lag of oxygen but i see sometimes my fish swim at the top but not all the times what should i do guys please help me i feel like dying i paid a lot for my system :s so far
  2. _Fried_Bettas_

    _Fried_Bettas_Well Known MemberMember

    I don't think your temps are quite high enough to be the direct cause of widespread fatalities and if you are getting bubbles into the water from the powerhead it is even more unlikely. I know all about this kind of thing, I live in a very hot place. Regardless, I would find some way to get a fan to blow on the surface of the water to increase evaporative cooling. A couple small clip on fans would make the difference of a couple critical degrees on an 80 gallon tank. Don't try putting cories in a tank that warm, they are one fish I can assure you can't survive at 29 degrees for long.
  3. JasonnnnnnnzValued MemberMember

    Have the power head pointing up so more surface agitation to help evaporation and exchange gases and oxygen.

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  4. Viriam Karo

    Viriam KaroWell Known MemberMember

    Sorry to hear of your losses :( Any chance of water contamination? Either something from tap water or some aerosol spray around the tank?

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