05-10-2007, 02:06 AM
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While it is true that the glass catfish is a schooling fish, they can be raised singly without problems if it is done properly.
Can you please post as much information as possible about this tank and the problem?
How big is the tank? How long has it been set up?
What other fish/animals are in it? How many of each kind?
What kind of filtration are you using? What media is in it?
How often do you do water exchanges? How much water do you change at a time?
Water params (test results for ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, and pH)
(Please don't use readings from the strip tests, as they are extremely inaccurate. Liquid kits are best to use, and most LFS's will test water for free. Ask the LFS to write down exact results and the kind of kits they used)
What is the water temp?
Are there live plants in the tank?
How much decoration and plants are in the tank?
And, any other information you can give us, such as... how long has this been going on? Is the fish eating? What kind of food(s) and how much and often do you feed the fish?
The more you tell us the faster someone can help you. At this point we don't have enough information to offer even a guess. If you can post a picture of the fish and/or the tank, that always helps, too.
Good Luck to you and your fish!