04-25-2013, 11:51 AM #1
A word of warning...(and gratuitous photos)
Just a warning for those that have "jumpy" fish you might consider treating in a separate tank.
I had a cherry barb with a swim bladder infection. I moved her to my hospital tank and began treatment.
I found this on the kitchen floor the next morning.
She must have jumped out...
Here's the lid she managed to squeeze through. I thought she'd be too fat for such a gap...obviously not!
So...don't assume a lid like that above is ok - it isn't
04-25-2013, 12:21 PM #2
04-25-2013, 12:32 PM #3
Ugh.. Sorry about your fish Firefly.When I go fishing I just place a sharp rock in the water and sit there waiting for all the dead fish to float to the top... Kingfisher
Brutal honesty will be shown on this screen.
I think my fish is adjusting well to the four gallon, He's laying on his side attempting to go to sleep on the bottom of the gravel.
Tolerance is a great thing to have, so is the ability to shut up.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
04-25-2013, 12:37 PM #4
04-25-2013, 12:46 PM #5
04-25-2013, 06:06 PM #6
Thanks for the advice and tank top photo. Sorry you lost her.My 75 gal Journal & My Dual 29 gal Journal
My 75 gal - Gold Pristella Tetras, Scissortail Rasboras, Neon Dwarf Rainbowfish, Leopard & Zebra Danios, Wild Caught BNP
My Dual 29 gals - Left Tank - Diamond Tetras. Right Tank - Harlequin Rasboras
Future 40 Long - Rummynose Tetras and Cories
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass....it's about learning to dance in the rain"
04-25-2013, 06:33 PM #7
Sorry to hear it.
Did you get that tank from Practical Fishkeeping? Have one exactly the same from when I subscribed to them for a year. Good to know that gap in the lid is indeed a risk.
04-25-2013, 09:42 PM #8
Yes! It's a neat little tank. I don't use it for anything really - other than a spare hospital tank and for growing moss in. My only bugbear with it is you can't have the lights on a timer.