Hello! I am on mobile at work so I can’t copy and paste the form, but I have a cycled 75g, all parameters stable, planted tank. It houses a school of 12 silver tip tetras, a longfin albino bristlenose, a mystery snail, some pond snails in various stages of life. Fish are fed twice daily with a fasting day. Feeding new life spectrum flakes, frozen blood worms once weekly, hikari algae wafers. Roughly 30% water change once weekly. Ecocomplete substrate. Healthy tank overall.
Yesterday my husband and I added two millennium red rainbow fish. We floated to acclimate, added our water to the aquarium water in the bag in intervals before placing them. Strained them carefully out of the aquarium water and placed in our tank. Lights out to make sure they weren’t stressed more than necessary.
This evening when I woke up for work, the fish were all zooming around, enjoying themselves. Then I noticed white around the female’s mouth that I’m certain wasn’t there yesterday. There may also be small spots on the male’s body. It’s hard to tell and they won’t hold still naturally. I have Ick X and maracyn and erythromycin and aquarium salt on hand, but I’m not sure if it’s Ick or columnaris or...?