Sebastian, head on over to the Freshwater Fish Diseases board. I'm dealing with the exact same thing. It sounds like the white spots is ich and the other is either fin rot or a fungal or bacterial infection which can come on from stress and many of other things. You might get some information there as I've had a few people respond to my issues there that are really helpful. In the meantime, I'm sure others will respond to you here. But What I found is I got quicker responses by putting my posts in the correct forum. I first posted here yesterday or in one of the general forums. But didn't get many responses. When I reposted under the fish disease category it didn't take long to get a lot of good information.Sebastian CHokka said:HELP!!!!
*Accidentally attached more that one of the same pic*
You bleached the tank?! How did you remove the chlorine? Also that pleco needs more than 10 gallons, as do the tetras.Sebastian CHokka said:The tank is 10 gallon. Running for 1.5 years, but I just took it out last week and beached it. Water changes every week for 35%, if I forget one week then 45%. Only Betta and Pleco eating.
Alright, good to know.Sebastian CHokka said:I bleached it because my 6-year old sister put in soap. Took the fish out, bleached the tank, then rinsed thouroghly. Added stress coat, then added fish. Pleco is a Dwarf Pleco, and it stays about 4". I had 3 Neons, one committed scuicide about a month ago. The one without a tail is now floating, barely alive. Added FungusGaurd.
Yep, the new filters would be the cause. You restarted your cycle!Sebastian CHokka said:I don't have a water testing kit. I put new filters and rinsed the filter, but did not bleach it... I should have bleached it... I'm so stupid XD