I was going to say the same thing. Great minds think alikeOh man the one on the left and front both look really thin and sickly. Have they come out to eat at all where they were at?
2 of them are skinny and died today is this parasitic diseases or just not eating?I was going to say the same thing. Great minds think alike
The rosy barbs would have been eating all the food and possibly picking on the loaches.
If they are happy in the smaller tank and eat in the smaller tank, leave them there. If you can find a slightly bigger tank in the future and move them into it, they would probably appreciate it. But right now I would just try to feed them up and get them happy again.
Khuli loaches have small stomachs and don't make a lot of mess or put a huge strain on the filter. Barry also does regular water changes so they are fine in the small tank.
Does salt treatment work on kuhli?You cn test the sand by rubbing some across your wrist. If it scratches you it's sharp and could scratch the fish.
The fish in the pictures looks like it has a bacterial infection on its neck area by the fin. However, unless more fish develop the same symptoms, I wouldn't bother treating it.
It depends on what the problem is. For some external protozoan infections and minor fungal and bacterial infections it can work, but unless you know what the problem is, you don't need to add anything. Just keep the tank clean and feed them, see how they go. If more fish get skinny and start to die, then they have a problem, most likely an internal problem.Does salt treatment work on kuhli?