Posted 02 February 2009 - 03:44 AM
They are all active and eating well, but what concerns me are the male and the female I mentioned.. The male today gave me a scare when he flipped upside down like he was dead.. But then again he could have been avoiding the aggressive male I have in the tank who is healthy as a horse! As for the female she is rubbing against things..
I have purchased a medication and already put it into the tank according to the directions on the bottle.. It says that if it is ich that it requires three treatments.. So I need to know, does this sound like ich? And what more should I do? The only other tank I have besides this 10 gallon is a 2.5 gallon and I fear that is too small to put them into until this one is free of ich.. I'm not entirely sure how to prevent them from catching it again!
Posted 02 February 2009 - 08:31 AM
How long have you had the tank running?
What other fish u have?
can u get any photo's?
Could be just colouration?
Posted 02 February 2009 - 04:32 PM
For now everyone is acting okay still. No one is acting lethargic. I just have the two fish that are shy and always hiding somewhere at the bottom under plants or the pagoda which is normal for them.
The tank has been running for 3 weeks by the way. There are only platies in this tank. At one point 2 weeks ago there were two male guppies in the tank but my aggressive male platy may have killed them. I decided after that to try look up why he was aggressive and got more females for the tank.
Posted 02 February 2009 - 04:47 PM
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