Anyways, I think that is back under control. I haven't lost anymore but now I think my clown loach has Ich and possibly several others. I added two Tbsp. of salt per 5 gal. to my tank last night (I have a 20 gal.) and turned up my temperature a bit this morning. I read about giving my clown loach a salt bath but I don't know how, plus I think the other fish have it too.
And I am not even sure if it is Ich. I have talked to my fish store but I still need help. I am new to this. Any help I would greatly appreciate!
Thank you, Eli
Until someone more able to help arrives...
It shouldn't be too difficult to know whether your fish have white spot or not. Have a look at these pics to see if you recognise the disease; https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ich+f ... 52&bih=584
If no one can help here quick enough you can go and buy some treatment from the shop. You'll have to buy something anyway.
Hope you can sort it out soon.
She is good! We have started referring to her as "her majesty" as a nickname. She is tucked away most of the day, but man does she assert her presence in the mornings! Gave her frozen daphnia for the first time this week, she (and the denisons) went absolutely nuts over it. She always eats with a lot of gusto, but I think I might have found her favorite. She is used to getting frozen bloodworm as well. She isn't begging yet, but I hope this will change once I add more loaches.
She is most active in the mornings, is this odd for loaches? From what I have read they come out mostly at night.
How are your guys doing? Everyone getting along?
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