04-16-2009, 06:59 AM
| || | ok what are next steps to be taken.
Originally Posted by Pasfur
You are moving along way to fast. As a general rule, you should not add many fish until AFTER your diatom bloom has come and gone AND you are beginning to see some coraline algae growth. A diatom bloom is a sign of an unstable aquarium environment, regardless of the "cycle" that so many newcomers put faith in.
You will need to keep a very close eye on ph, alkalinity, and calcium readings for the next week or 2. I would consider testing every 3rd day and adding supplements accordingly.
Wow. You really have 2 angelfish in an aquarium that has only been set up for 2 months????!!!! This doesn't allow time for a good population of copepods and amphipods to develop and the overall system to stabilize, much less time for proper quarantine.