I have 6 danios, about 13 ghost shrimp and 2 small turtles, the tank size is 24x17x12. I have a few plant and 3 moss balls, but seems like the smaller turtle is vegetarian she eats all the plants. I uploaded the water parameters on a photo, with the stick is enough?CoryFan said:
1) I guess the tank is cycled but I’m not sure I followed all the instructions.AquaCaitlin said:Hello!
I don’t own danios but here are a few initial questions that might help others help you.
1) is their tank cycled? (If you don’t know what this means read a few articles on the nitrogen cycle)
2) what do you feed them?
3) how often do you feed them?
4) what size is their aquarium?
5) any signs of sickness such as stringy/clear poo? Laziness?
Hope mines are normally fat tooCrayfishAreAwesome said:mine is naturally fat too, and from the looks of it, plenty of other people have that problem. I just put mine on a "diet" and she is skinnier now.
Thanks so much. Hope they are well!yeti79 said:It is not unusual for danios to be fat. Danios are greedy eaters. The females will definitely get plump especially when with eggs. They don't seem to have pineconed scales. Cut back on the feeding and see if you see results but you probably have nothing to worry about.
Thanks so much. I will add some of those the diet. Well I don’t know if I can buy those on Amazon if not I have to wait until the quarantine is over.yeti79 said:
Get a lot of my food from Aquatic foods and blackworm co. on Ebay, aquaticblendedfoods, Aquarium co-op and the mealworm flakes at walmart.Danito said:Thanks so much. I will add some of those the diet. Well I don’t know if I can buy those on Amazon if not I have to wait until the quarantine is over.
You're welcome. There are probably many more too those are just the ones I like.Danito said:Thanks so much! I can’t believe you had all this and I was buying on Amazon, I should know this before.