Hey everyone, first off I am new here. Even though I've been reading on the forum for a while this is my first post. Usually my questions are answered without having to post but I need a little clarification with this one.
I have a 10 gallon tank and in it are 2 Black skirt highfin tetras, two swordtails, and 2 kribs. Each are paired male and female. I know kribs can be slightly aggressive but all the fish have been together in the tank for a while now and haven't had a problem. I do routine water changes every week to make sure my water quality is good.
Anyway, within the past week or so I've noticed that the female tetras fins are getting a little tattered looking. The males are fine though. From the searching I've done I've only found things on tattered fins with Beta fish called fins rot and the only treatments have beta in the name. So, is this fin rot with the tetra or are the other fish nipping at it? If it is fin rot can I use one of those treatments on the tetra too?
Thanks in advance I know this was a kind of lengthy post.