03-30-2009, 06:35 AM
| || |
As long as you are monitoring the water parameters and changing water as needed, and not overfeeding,, there is little to be alarmed about. Sometimes despite proper care ,fish become Ill or die. By maintaining good water quality,fish have the best chance of resisting disease .I have also found that sometimes,, if we keep looking,, we find things, either real, or imagined. If one of the fish becomes Ill I would remove it to quarantine if possible. Otherwise destroy the sick fish or treat all the fish with meds.