Gabs19 Posted May 24, 2022 Share Posted May 24, 2022 (edited) Hi there! I’m back with another question 😅. We got our first female powder blue dwarf gourami about two weeks ago. She’s super cute but she is harshing the mellow of the tank. The only time she’s ever just peacefully swimming in a chill manner is first thing in the morning when we turn the lights on. For the rest of the day she swims back and forth at a pretty good clip. I’ve never had a dwarf Gourami before so I don’t know if they’re active swimmers and this is normal or she’s stressed. She’s also harassing our mystery snails. She nips at them and now they hardly come out of their shells. I don’t have the means or space to buy another tank and separate them, and I really don’t want to have to give anyone away. Is there something I can do to calm her down? I’m including a shot of the tank and maybe someone can advise if more plants/decor are needed, as well as water parameters. The only parameters that are not in normal range are KH, GH, and ph. GH- 300 KH- 40 ph- 6.4 Thank you to anyone who is able to help! Edited May 24, 2022 by Gabs19 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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