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    They all came from the same lake and have all been living in another aquarium for over 4 months so I don't think there is anything wrong with the fish. I am getting a test kit tomorrow so I can see what the water is doing. I just figured 14 fish in a 150 gallon wouldn't be too much. Like I said I used the exact same fish in the 75 gallon with no problem other than Brown algae for about a month. Only difference is I am using pool filter sand now instead of play sand..and a canister instead of hob

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    Okay I got my test kit...ph 7.6 ..ammonia .25ppm...nitrite...0....nitrate 5.0ppm...so do I need to do more water changes?

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    I would say yes, but you have a way bigger tank than my ten gallon. so don't know for sure. I am thinking your nitrAte reading could be a problem.

    20 gal tall -7 paskai's rainbowfish (neons and blue eyes), 8 rasbora het, 2 honey gourami, 1 nerite, 2 pc driftwood 1 with narrowleaf java fern, 1 anubias, grasslike background plants, star shaped foreground plants, 2 mossballs

    10 gal shrimp tank planted with java fern on driftwood, star shaped foreground plants, mossball, dwarf baby tears. cherry, ninja, algae eating, and ghost shrimp. And Cherry Shrimp babies

    Cinnamon = 9 year old Siamese Cat
    1 Rat - Domino aka Domi

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    So since my ammonia levels are low and I have no nitrites...does that mean it hasn't cycled yet or its already done?

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    Well everything seems to be getting better...the cloudiness is almost completely gone. I cleaned aquarium glass and it doesn't seem to he getting brown algae growing on it anymore. I changed the direction of my nozzle on the fx5...I had it blowing at the top of the tank when it was cloudy. I then pointed it down to about the middle and a few hours later the cloudiness started going away. Could there be something to do with the water on top of the tank or is this probably a coincidence?

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