09-06-2011, 01:19 PM
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Perfect parameters, Fish dying.
I have a planted 150 gal with atleast 50 neons, few corys, ottos ,snails, shrimps, SAE, cherry barbs, 1 big angel, and what used to be 6 small angels. Now that is out of the way, here is the situation. MY ANGELS ARE DYING at the rate of 1/day. I've had them for 3 weeks now. I'm thinking if there is something wrong with my water, the neons would go first. But the neons are perfectly fine. Still, I checked the ammonia and nitrates, both are zero. Temperature never changed. The only new thing I did before they started dying was add 6 Silver Mollies. Don't think they could physically do any harm to my angels.
Could anyone please tell me their thoughts on this. Thank you.