After my weekly water change last week, I added some of these soft fuzzy reddish plants (can't recall the name). I also re-homed a male laetacara araguaiae, sadly - he and his mate were spawning every few weeks, which is wonderful, but they were chasing everyone too much. It seemed too stressful for the rest of the community, even though they weren't doing any damage. Just seemed like a constant low-level of stress for everyone else. In addition, my brazilian pennywort, floating, had really taken off from a recent major pruning and was providing a nice cover for everyone, which all of my fish like.
So, all good changes. For the first few days after these changes, the kuhlis were out and about during the day more, which always makes me happy. They love hanging on these fuzzy plants. But for the past 3, maybe 4 days, they have all been doing their spazzy swimming dance pretty much non-stop. I know that when it happens here and there it can indicate happy kuhlis, or a potential storm coming in. But this is a group of them all together, and all the time - I've not seen it to this extent before, so want to be sure they're OK.
Has anyone else experienced this? We have been having rain, but this is Oregon. That's fairly normal, though spring time tends to be more volatile weather-wise, so maybe it just is barometric changes?
Everyone else seems fine. I'm due for another water change today and I'll check the water but last week it was all fine and normal.
Here's a video.