The Fish Mystery

  1. Jessie_Lynn

    Jessie_Lynn Member Member

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    I have noticed that my black tuxedo guppy has been slowy loosing pieces of his tail. My immediate reaction was to treat it with medicine and I did. But after the treatment he was loosing more pieces of his tail. I came to the conclusion that there is a tail bitter in my tank. Can you guys help me figurer out who is the tail bitter? ???

    I have: 1 cory cat, 1 albino pleco, 1 opaline Gurami, 1 balloon fish, 1 guppy(this the poor victom), 1 wierd yellow fish that eats tetras, 2 rainbowfish or praecox. 2 albino tetras.

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  2. Janmitch22

    Janmitch22 Member Member

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    I say turn off the lights and watch. No one is going to nip when Mommy's watching. That's one of the cardinal rules...applies to all animals. lol
     

  3. Butterfly

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    Good suggestion Jan!! The Gourami gets my vote though ;)
    Carol
     
  4. Jason

    Jason Well Known Member Member

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    What does the weird yellow fish that eats tetras look like?
     
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    Jessie_Lynn

    Jessie_Lynn Member Member

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    It is slim and is a bright neon yellow color. It has a big mouth turned up (suface feeder) It has a little bit of pink on th tip of it's tail. It is about 2 and a half inches long. About half an inch thick.
     
  6. Craig

    Craig Well Known Member Member

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    its definately!!! the praecox rainbow fish cause i have 2 of them and 2 guppies and they go 4 my guppies tails hope that helped but thats who its been lol

    C W ;D
     
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    Jessie_Lynn Member Member

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    Thanks must be a praecox then ;D
     

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