Kirsten Posted February 22, 2021 Share Posted February 22, 2021 (edited) One of my two smaller adult mystery snails was found upside down at the bottom of the tank this morning with ramshorns crawling on her, moving slightly but not making a strong effort to right herself. Not a good sign. I tried dropping a sinking wafer near her, which the platies and other mystery snails raced towards, no response from her. So I did an emergency rescue and put her in my new, fully cycled aquarium all by herself with a whole big algae wafer and this has been the last 30 minutes: Not looking good, Jim. Only thing I can think of is that I did about a 30% water change on Saturday, added Easy Green, more crushed coral and a half dose of equilibrium to supplement my soft, soft water. Also dosed the tank with Prazipro on Sunday to help combat some stubborn gill flukes in my livebearers (it's Monday today, if you're reading this far in the future). Both tanks are holding steady at 78F, pH of about 7.4, ammonia & nitrites at 0, nitrates at 10-20ppm, GH at about 100ppm, KH at about 20ppm (yes, even after equilibrium and coral, it's crazy, but I don't seem to get pH swings, either, so whatcha gonna do). Any tips or ideas what could be wrong? Edited February 22, 2021 by Kirsten Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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