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Nikita6711

My Molly and Guppy Fry and Their Journey from Freshwater to Saltwater DAY 2

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April 10, 2014 Day 2
8 Mollies, 8 Guppies All under 1 month old.
9:00AM Salinity 1.010
I observed the fish and all 16 fish are still seeming unaffected by the changes. Still eating and swimming well.
Started a slightly faster drip (about 6 drips per minute) of water that is a 1.030 salinity
12:00PM Salinity is at 1.016 All fish still OK. No signs of distress.
Took out about 2 cups of water from the tank to allow room for the new water.
Restarted Drip at the same pace
8:00PM Salinity 1.020
Still no signs of distress
I discontinued the drip for the night and will resume in the morning.

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