11-10-2008, 09:34 AM
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Oh, I agree 100%, and believe me it was my intention to start slowly, but my granddaughter didn't understand what's involved. She just thought she was making her Nana happy (and she DID!!). I have a kit and do small water changes every Sunday, but I will definitely test more often until it is stable again.
My bigger worry is that the Black Knife fish will eat the Glow Fish. The more I read, the more anxious I get. My ex-daughter-in-law said that the man told her that the Black only eats leftover food at the bottom of the tank, and would not eat the Glow Fish. I think he either lied to her or just wasn't knowlegeable on this fish. Do you know if I have a problem on my hands?
I hate the thought of giving him up, not just because he's so cute, but also because he will probably be thrust into a brightly lighted tank and put on display again, and it will upset my granddaughter. I can't afford a second tank.
I'm worried sick about this. Help! Cheryl