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HELP EVERY BODY IS DEAD


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Posted 08 July 2004 - 08:29 AM

I RECENTLY BOUGHT 3 NEW BLUE RAMS TO ADD TO THE ONE SURVIVOR I HAD
ALONG WITH 6 NEONS AND HAD ALREADY HAD A CAT FISH IN THE TANK FOR A WHILE

THE ONLY THING LEFT IS THE LARGEST NEW RAM AND ONE NEON

WHAT IS THE MATTER ?

SPENDING TOO MANY $$$$ BUYING FISH

I JUST WANT A PEACEFUL TANK

THANKS KRISTEN

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Posted 08 July 2004 - 11:04 AM

How long has your tank been running? How many gallons is your tank? What are your ammonia/nitrite/nitrate readings? How long did it take for all the other fish to die?

If your tank was fully cycled, large enough for all your fish, and your water quality good, than the most likely reason your fish died was either some sort of parasite/infection that your new fish introduced to the tank (I assume you didn't quarentine them?) or that you just have a psycho ram that killed off everything else. It would be pretty unusual to have that aggressive of a ram so its probably something the new fish introduced into the tank.

Make sure you test your water though. Rams are pretty delicate fish and poor water quality can really affect them.




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