Carrie Ford Posted March 7, 2022 Share Posted March 7, 2022 (edited) Last week I had 2 cherry shrimp die suddenly. I checked water parameters and they were all good, though I didnt have a GH/KH test kit, so I ordered that and checked it and they were alright too. I figured maybe just old age, and went on about my day. Today I came in to another dead shrimp. I have a heavily planted tank with kuhli loaches, so there could be more--these ones were towards the front of the tank where I can see. No damage seen on them, just dead. Any ideas?! Other tank info: 29 gallon, lots of plants, 7 glofish tetra, 7 kuhli loaches, 3 adult endlers, 3 adult platys, 5 nerites, 9 adult malaysian trumpet snails, 15ish adult cherry shrimp. Variety of babies of endlers, platys, and trumpet snails. Running 2 Aqueon quietflow 20 filters Water Changes: It's been about a month, I generally just test parameters and top off water as it evaporates, about 2 gallons per week. Temperature: Ranges from 76-78 F pH: 6.8-7.0 (color looks a bit in between the two) Ammonia: 0 Nitrite: 0 Nitrate: 0, maybe 2? (I know, my plants are hungry...) GH: 5 KH: 2-3 (kinda started to change after 2, was definitely changed at 3) Edited March 7, 2022 by Carrie Ford additional tank info Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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