The two older loaches seem to be buddies and the smaller ones still roaming separately in their own group of 2. I noticed that with mine when I introduced baby loaches and it is mostly because the baby ones don't trust the bigger fish yet. Eventually they'll all establish a bigger group and stick together.
The tiniest teensy has come a long way—very curious and active. I’m happy about that. For the first couple months it hid ALL the time. Some days I thought he didn’t make it.
All good. Thanks again,Loach.
TDS has stayed the same at 162.
Tank has been going well. I couldn’t hold out not adding baking soda and I had added two teaspoons. This was on the 17th. I’ve checked parameters several times and just did a 1/3 wc today.
TDS was up to 182 and is back to 147.
I did not check KH yet. It was at 3 before I started. I didn’t add baking soda this time so far and I changed less water. I will check it tomorrow.
Nitrate was at 20. PH 8.0
All inhabitants look very well and the silver dollar with lump is out a lot! The hole is getting smaller. Hard to believe that 3 months ago I expected it to have died figuring the lump was cancerous. Today it’s amazing. Loach, thank you for checking in. Here is short video.
And the tank is looking great. I noticed your good surface movement which is nice to see in a tank as oxygen is everything.
Yeah I’m really still in awe of the whole silver Dollar transformation. Thanks for your support.
And have a great weekend.
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