also... another piece of info... I added another female about a week ago... she lived in her own 1 gal for almost 2 wks b4 she went over, but now shes the one with the biggest and most spots... only one other female has one and its tiny... chould Spazz be the culprit? Should I take her out?
its only in the sorority an its a 10gal with a sponge filter, its got a heater... it was stayin at about 78 F but somebody on here told me to lower it to about 74-76 so thats where its at now (after the ich) a few live plants not many... was waiting till i can setup my npts for that... I usually jus use the aqua safe plus conditioner with my water changes that i do 25% twice a week and 75-80% once a month... (was actually cleaning all my tanks now when i noticed this so thinkin of doin 100% on them) I did add some AQ salt in there today 1tsp/gal read somewhere on here that epsom salt was actually better for ich than AQ salt, but i really don't know... have never really had to treat any of my fish before
fiddler crabs i think... they're pretty ugly but the guy at the fish store said they jus hang out at the bottom nd eat the nasty stuff outta the tank... How would u recommend that i treat them... wish i had my cam so i could post pix for u
OFL, got a quick question for you... Got some new shrimp and crabs the other day so they were in qt for a couple days (3) finally added them to my tank around 6 last night before work and I come home and 2 of my girls in my soroity tank now have little white spots on them... Is this Ich? I added 1tsp/gal of AQ salt, but I'm honestly not 100% sure what it is on them or how to treat it... If you have any helpful advice that would be great! Thanks
Hi oldfishlady... I heard u were the one to talk to with questions about setting up a npt and so heres what i know- I need a tank, some sand and some plants, other than that i know absolutley nothing about them other than the fact that they are beautiful and great for the fish... If u have any suggestions or wanna offer some help or advice that would be great... Thanks!