|Christople ||07-12-2011 09:19 PM |
krib wobbling and breathing fast
Hi all, my kribs laid eggs and the female stays in the coconut and when she comes out, she is breathing heavy and wobbles. Could this be from the loss of the eggs or is it a disease.
|Christople ||07-12-2011 10:50 PM |
okay now i have neon tetras floating, gupies breathing from the surface, all my kribs breathing fast, cories dashing every where, and in general fish are breathing extra fast
|rrcoolj ||07-12-2011 10:56 PM |
Test your water. Need to know parameters.
|Christople ||07-12-2011 11:11 PM |
I put a airstone on it and tested the water... am 0 nitrite 0 nitrate .30 +.... did a water change and I gonna do another one right now
|Christople ||07-12-2011 11:25 PM |
:cry::cry::cry:okay so all the fish are now getting better... I feel soooooo bad. I was suffocating my fish... that probably means my krib eggs are going bye bye.:cry::cry::cry::oops:
|rrcoolj ||07-13-2011 11:51 AM |
Don't worry it happened to me when I first got my africans. Turns out there wasn't enough surface vibration so the fish were not getting enough oxygen. All I did was point the output to my canisters toward the surface and problem solved. Now in all my tanks I make sure there is enough surface vibration. The eggs might still be there. If they are not I am sure the kribs will spawn again.
|Christople ||07-13-2011 01:28 PM |
they are still guarding the coconut, and the female is almost always in there so I think it's okay
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