Bubble Time! How long should the air pump be on for? - Page 2 - Tropical Fish Keeping - Aquarium fish care and resources
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I put the air stone on at night to put in oxygen when the lights are off, otherwise the next morning the fish are gasping.

I only have like 3 and a half amazon swords.
Sounds like you could use more surface disturbance, whether it be in the form of an air pump, an additional filter or just lowering the water level.
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