Yesterday we put our new neons in the 20gal along with our 2 ghosties and our gold mystery snail. Today two were dead. We replaced them (suspected victims of NTS or new tank syndrome) and noticed that one of our neons was a green color. After some research I found that there is a species called Green Tetra (or False Neon Tetra) somehow we got a less widespread tetra along with our pretty blue ones.
We have dubbed him "Itsuki" (a character from Yu Yu Hakusho anime). He shines
Hi I am new to this site and need help urgently.I have a forty year old gourami who has never been ill ( i've had him 24 years ).About six weeks ago he started to go off his food so I tried him with different types of food thinking he was probably bored with what he was eating.Not actually realising there was something wrong.The other week I noticed he had slight red on his fins but not any more.He has stayed at the end of the tank,lethargic,looks dark and yesterday he passed a little bit of pale
I'm New Here, and any help advise and info would be wonderfull
So I have two problems. One my Betta has been sick with tail and fin rot for quite some time. It seemed to be going away but now it's back and I don't know what to do. I've been using Marcyn 2 for quite a while.
Problem 2 (first things first I should tell you that my Betta is actually pretty docile but It's been alone for a year and I've finally been able to upgrade my tank) I bought two neon tetras and a Glowlight tetra (as an experiment) to see how my beta would react to them (of course
Around six days ago I used Ge 2 door and window 100% clear silicone to seal the bottom of a gum ball machine I'm making into an aquarium. Now as I said this was six days ago and I still smell the vinegar scent from the silicone I did end up using a whole tube lol. My question is it safe to put a fish in just looking to put a betta nothing complicated. Or should I continue to wait it out I feel it is impossible for the silicone to not be fully cured by now.