02-09-2014, 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by CowgirlFishKeeper
They are all very young, about an inch to two inches long. I over filter and do water changes, and so I know what I am doing. I did not come to be lectured about my tank, but for any insight as to why Peachy Keen is dying. If yo read my ENTIRE post, which it seems you didn't, I have THREE Ryukins and ONE shubunkin, meaning I have 4 GOLDFISH total. The Shubunkin is 8 years old and is not getting any larger and shows no sign of stunting. Like I have said before, I over filter, and I have had MANY pro aqueons state this is FINE as long as I perform water changes and don't over feed them. I don't.
Glad to know your priority is to natter at my tank when I have a mysteriously dying fish.
For those who AREN'T here to natter:
Peachy Keen is totally ignoring the malachite green now, and is attempting to swim, but looks rather like a zombie and ends up only slowly swimming in place. Her breathing has slowed too.
You shouldn't have as shubunkin with ryukins, the shubunkin will out swim the ryukins.