05-06-2014, 12:09 PM
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Help with new glofish tetras
I just got three new glofish tetras. They are the only fish in my new (cycled) 20 gallon tank. Everything seemed fine on day one, but now after two days, I have some concerns. One of them barely swims around, won't eat, and has a white lump on its side. I'm worried he won't make it much longer. The other two are very active, but one constantly chases the other into the same corner and when he tries to swim out, he gets chased back in and nipped at. Do I need to do anything at this point? I wasn't sure if three would be enough but I didn't want to overload my new tank right off the bat. Any help would be appreciated!
Water conditions seem fine...No ammonia or nitrite and minimal nitrate. 78 degrees Fahrenheit, 8 gh, 3 kh, 7.4 ph.
Also, when I referred to a fish as "he" above, I really have no idea what sex any of them are...