My female silver lyretail sailfin mollie is demonstrating some odd behavior that has me concerned, it appears like this:
She will stand almost straight up and down, and a appear to have a seizure. What I mean by seizure is that she will breath rapidly out of both gills and her body will wretch. There are no outward indications beyond the behavior that would indicate that anything is wrong.
This has just begun happening this morning. She is in an established 75 g planted tank with one male molly and three other females, all appear to be in good health. There are also 11 mystery snails.
Stressors: She gave birth to 100 fry about six days ago. The male was very assertively breeding her when I moved her from the fry tank 5 days ago. He's really settled in the past three days.
Looking back, I should've given her a couple of more days in the fry tank to rest, but I didn't and the stress may have caused her immune system to weaken. What can I do for her now? I have looked through the disease list and cannot find any symptoms that seem to match hers appropriately. I am wondering if she has a parasite. If so, how should I treat? Thoughts?
Nitrate = 0ppm
Nitrite = 0ppm
Ammonia = 0ppm
pH = 7.2
Temp = 80*F
C02 = 15 bubbles per minute (Sorry, I'm learning here and really untechnical.) It has been set at 15 bpm for almost two weeks and none of the other fish are showing signs of distress since it has increased.
Last WC was 50% one week ago. Due for another WC.