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  1. #21

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    Thanks for answering my shout out guys. Appreciate that you've chimed in with some great answers.
    30 g FW planted:corys, female ABNP, blue angel, harleys, zebra danios, rummies,
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    +1 one to the fungis and using paraguard

    I have got the best results with that med
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    Well looks like I will have to start over my fish are droping out. What do u guys think on how long u should wait to put fish in and I was thinking about going just nics how many do u think I could put in a 55 gallon 4 to 6 of them

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    Are they all dead? That's horrible. If they aren't all dead, did you start treatment?

    As for adding new fish, I don't think you should add anything until you figure out what's wrong with that tank.
    We have posed several questions trying to figure out what's happening and you don't answer them.
    You have never given us your water parameters, never told us about your tank maintenance, your temp, how long the tank has been set up.
    I'm sorry. But until we know more about this tank, you're making it very difficult to help.
    I believe we have the size of the tank and that you TRY to make weekly water changes. that's it.
    Get us the information we've asked for (look back through each thread) if you want us to help.
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    I'll agree with fishmommie on this. That was a terribly bad case of fungus that had to have been going on for quite some time. If all of your fish are dead then you need to really take a hard look at your tank. Check your water parameters and hell I'd go ahead and dose with the meds just to kill off anything that might still be lingering in this tank. Plus you need to figure out what caused this in the first place. Fungus like this happens when conditions deteriorate. So you might look back and think about what as going on before it started. Did you do your waterchanges like you should? Test params on a regular basis? Not overfeed the tank? Used a good water conditioner each time? You don't have to answer those questions to us, just to yourself. Because if you realize why this happened then you got to do something about it or this will happen again with the same exact results.
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    Ok I'm going to try to answer all if your questions I have 55 gallon I do by weekly water changes. My tank has ben set up for 13 years I have 2 filters on it a gravel filter and a canister. The temp is set at 76. But I did find out that my kids have ben feeding them and then I was and I started feeding them a new fish food some if the food would sink and some of the food would float most of the time they would not touch the floating food but loved the stuff that sunk. O and my tank has rocks not sand. And 1 other thing1 nic has made it and as my girls would say my sucker fish made it 2 that's what they call them the fungus never touch those 3 for some reason .i hope this helps out

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    What are your ammonia, nitrIte, nitrAte, and ph readings?...do you test for these things?...it is very important.
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    The over feeding can lead to these kinds of problems. I would also recommend doing 50% weekly water changes. The results can be dramatic as far as showing improvement in the tank. I used to let my water changes slide a lot, but ever since I kept to a regular schedule my tanks are pristine.
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

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    I will get the testing done tonight. 1 other thing I for got I have a bio wheel on my canister

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