KittenFishMom Posted October 2, 2022 Share Posted October 2, 2022 I got 2 very small flagfish. One is doing very well and growing. The other is litter in color and was hanging out up in the Amazon Sword plant most of the time. I was able to net it out today and put it in the breeder box with the yoyo loach to feed it bbs without competition. (The yoyo seems to spend most of its time in the same corner under or near its IAL. I'm hoping it comes out to eat in the dark or when no one is lifting the lid. ) I didn't quarantine the flagfish because they had been in the store for awhile. I had been checking them every time I went. Now I am wondering if flagfish are apt to have problems and made this one needs quarantining. I could set up mini tank and try to split the quarantines doses into 1/4 for the smaller tank for this fish. I don't have a good spot for another 10 gallon tank right now. The active flagfish is actively hunting sinking pellets and eating them bits at a time with gosto. The inactive flagfish hangs out in the plant, is paler and is not growing nearly as fast as the active flagfish. It did seem interested in the bbs for awhile. I know using the quarantine trio can put stress on fish. I have all 3, but not room for a 10 gallon tank, so I would have to divide the doses. What do you think would be the best way to treat this little flagfish? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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