Actually I typed in the wrong thing, he's either a double RAY (not crown) crowntail or a cross Ray crowntail.Nealbo said:He has been in with the tetras for about 12 hours now. No problem. They have not really miss with him. Speedy has been chasing them around. What is a double crown.
Did the dead fish have any white spots on them or did the show signs of bites? Does Speedy look like he has any bites on his fins? Either Speedy went after the other fish (I know Bettas sometimes go after neons but am surprised at the catfish) and is tired from that or there might be ich in the tank.Nealbo said:Bad news when I got up the morning I had 3 tetras and the whiptail catfish were dead. Now when I got home Speedy was a white spot on his right fin. And it is not move at all. Plus he is not eating. I moved him out of the big tank. I put him in a smaller bowl and put some bettamax in with him.
So it didn't look like the dead fish were bit any? I guess isolation and pea treats for a little while would give a chance to see if anything else goes on. Sounds like Speedy is probably fine though. I think Speedy might have just gotten territorial on them or he could've felt threatened, or it could be one of those mystery things but I Speedy is good to go and sounds like he's a happy Betta.Nealbo said:I did not see any white spots on the other fish. Ammonia was in between 0ppm and .25 ppm. The nitrite was 0 ppm and the nitrate was 0 ppm. King is doing just fine he is eating and no white spots or any thing.