01-22-2011, 11:48 PM
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Thanks for your help. Sorry I did not thank you sooner, kind of a shock seeing them all die so suddenly. I've done weekly and biweekly water changes for my 8 tanks for years. I wonder why now?
I went to Petsmart for a test. The ammonia is at zero. Could it maybe have been super high Chlorine or something? I'm going to take a sample up to a LFS I've been going to for years. He'll run more tests for me.
I added a 2nd dose of Prime, but the elephant nose didn't seem to come around. I moved him into the 15g snail tank as a last resort. Finally he is swimming around and looking more normal. Back in the 55g two black khuli loaches came out of hiding and are swimming normally. I moved the guppies and female bettas as well, even thou they didn't seem bothered, I didn't want to take the chance. The tetras and glass cats where the first effected along with the elephant nose, then the khuli loaches (not black ones). When the glass cats died, they spun in tight circles. The tetras went to the surface, nose up, then floated back, eventually dieing on the ground.