05-31-2009, 09:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Pasfur
When we attempt to diagnose problems in marine aquariums, the exact details are extremely important. In every case, there are two areas to explore that can cause problems.
The first is aggression, which could easily be an issue. I agree with OF2F... I see symptoms of the fish being picked on. More details about your aquarium will help here. How big is the tank? What are the exact species of fish? How is it aquascapped? A picture of the entire aquarium will be very valuable.
The second is water chemistry. Again, we need exact information, and we need information that is applicable to an established aquarium. We understand that your ammonia and nitrite are zero. This is something that we take for granted. We need water parameters for tests that you should be conducting on established aquariums with fish. By this, I mean nitrate, pH, calcium, and alkalinity. Without this information, we can not even attempt to figure out what is happening inside your glass box.-)
My tank is around 190 Gallons with plenty of LR and hiding spaces, i will have pictures up soon.