flyingcow Posted April 10 Share Posted April 10 (edited) So this is my first foray into isolating and trying to help a fish. I have a female Black Phantom who has always been a little small, and now she's getting tiny and looking very distressed. I've had her for about 8 months. I have erythromycin and paraclense (I have ich-x as well, but there is no sign of ich). She currently has a long stringy poop she's working out. I'm going to remove the plants and do a quick water change and then move her to the quarantine tank (it's currently plant storage B). Thoughts? I think she might be beyond saving, but I'd love to try. Pardon the algae. My tank is a lifelong work in progress. EDIT: My apologies: Ammonia / Nitrite: 0ppm Nitrate: 20-30 ppm Kh: 4 degrees Gh: 8 degrees pH: 7.4 I did lose a snail last week (about 7 months) but everyone else in the tank (the other snail and the other 9 Black Phantoms plus 5 pandas, 9 Black Neons, and a Bolivian Ram) all look great. I also lost a panda and a black neon on separate occasions within the past 2 months. Edited April 10 by flyingcow Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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