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Ms. Namazu

The Underwater Project

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Going through it with my fish today. I am still doing a lot of water changes due to julius's ich and the restarting of the cycle in the tank. Everybody seems happy with the exception of the dojo loach. He seems good most of the time, but he breathes heavy often times. I can't tell if it is due to all of the changes with the tank or if he is not well. My hope is that we can tough it out until the cycle is good. That's number one and may be the problem in itself. Still lame. I'm bothered by it. I am not comfortable having to wayside an issue in wait for another to be resolved. Hurry and cycle tank!!!

On an up note the three cory's are double their original size. My new guy, the chinese Algae Eater is pretty big now also. fatties :) love 'em They're growing :) The loach Mr. Han is also much bigger. I feed them well with a variety of foods. I have to slow back.

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