11-15-2012, 05:59 AM
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I always count my fish at feeding time and today I noticed I have an Ember Tetra missing. I even know which one it is as I had one that was smaller than the rest, a lively little guy who was always very brave at feeding time. I also did a water test and noticed a slight rise in ammonia. I did a 25% water change and looked for a dead fish but without success, not surprising as I have quite a few live plants. I will continue to do water changes but if I can't find him should I remove all the plants so I can look among them, or will the additional ammonia from a decaying fish gradually dissipate?