Fishy101 Posted January 15, 2022 Share Posted January 15, 2022 Hello! This is my first time using this forum. I have a 10 gallon with mainly some tetras and Corys, and a 5.5 with a betta and a couple panda Corys. I have been getting in some fish from a local fish store and overall they are great, however recently I have been having trouble with the panda Corys, some guppies, and a couple black phantom tetra getting sick. They all seem to have the same issue: Corys: Pale, very skinny, heavy breathing and then they do not make it much longer after they flip over on there side and it all happens so fast. The tetras seem to get really fat and it’s happens right after I get them. However it’s not like they eat to much, the entire abdomen/stomach area just swells (I actually have a couple that are still like that but are living). However, all of my other fish that I have in my tank for awhile are always fine. I was wondering if a quarantine tank or something else would help prevent this from happening? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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