PerceptivePesce Posted January 25 Share Posted January 25 (edited) Is it possible to bring tank water to a vet for an analysis? Or maybe a dead fish? I'm a little worried that something may be wrong with my tank. I culled a larger fry a couple days ago, monday, when I noticed he had a swayback and bubble chest. Yesterday, I noticed a young adult male guppy wasn't eating, and there is a young adult female who is doing a lot of bottom resting and her gills are moving fast, but she did eat. I have a 3.5 month old planted 90g tank. I do ~30% gravel vac WC once a week with remin rodi. I recently added new fauna; the neocaridina shrimp made it, but the exotic snails met a tragic end. The guppies were added 2-3 months ago and Ive had a few occasional deaths, but now it seems like I'm seeing more sick fish all at once. I'm thinking the guppy I culled on monday, the swayback/bubble chest, had dropsy, but I'm getting conflicting info when I search... Is dropsy contagious or not? pH- 7.5-8.2 (lower when lights are off, higher when they are on) Nitrates- 10ish Hardness- 7dGH Nitrite- 0 Ammonia- 0 KH/Buffer- 5dKH Water Temperature- 77F Edited January 25 by PerceptivePesce 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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