09-02-2009, 10:32 AM
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Originally Posted by fishyinpa
i checked on them this morning,didnt see any floaters or anyone tail up. unless he was hiding in the back...with all those plants i cant see anybody lol. hopefully hes fine.
i joined another forum and this guy said oh its gonna die and become dinner. dontcha just love the optimism?? hopefully thats not the case at all.
Well, that's what you get for joining another forum! (Just kidding!
I agree with what Byron has said, "sometimes the best treatment is no treatment". Maintaining water quality (through water changes) and keeping a close eye on your water parameters is usually the best course of action, especially when one is unsure of what's causing the symptoms/problems.