FL Crocodiles Posted April 8, 2022 Share Posted April 8, 2022 Hello, Recently one of my silvertip tetras seems to be missing part of his mouth, and is what I can only describe as constantly "glugging" rapidly. This also seems to be causing difficulty for him to eat, however he is otherwise behaving completely normal. I am guessing this is mouth rot, but I don't see any white patches, so wanted to see if anyone else could offer any insights. I have attached a few pictures. I have been treating with food medicated with Kanaplex (mixed with bug bites in pectin) for the past 2 days with no apparent change in the fish's condition yet. Thank you for any help! Water parameters are as follows: pH = 7.8 Nitrates = ~10-20ppm Hardness= Don't have a kit, however the tap water here is around 9GH Nitrite- 0 Ammonia- 0 KH/Buffer- Don't have a kit, however I have a layer of crushed coral on top of my gravel substrate w/ a UGF Water temperature - 75F Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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