Tiger Barbs black stripes turning green...
is this a sign of something bad?
It might be stress. What are your water parameters? How big is your tank and how long has it been set up? What other fish, plants, substrate do you have in the tank?
I don't know what the water parameters are, after it cycled and my LFS said everything was 0 and I was ready to add fish I havent had it tested.
The tank is a 10 gallon, and it's been up for about 4 months now.
There are 3 tiger barbs, 1 cherry barb, 1 cory cat, and 1 pleco.
No live plants, there's a medium sized piece of driftwood and a fake plant in it. The substrate is black gravel.
Only 2 of the 3 tiger barbs get green stripes, and it is really faint most of the time. It gets more pronounced after a water change, and then slowly fades away.
a tiger barbs stripes are green not black.
this is how they developed the green tiger barb.
i would strongly reccomend that you get a water tester
for your self,i would not rely on the LFS to tell you.
It seems that they are usually not reliable.
As for your barbs,it maybe because they are in
too small a group.The group gets on far better
when there are six or more,as this spreads agression this could
be stress related.
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