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  1. Freshwater Fish Diseases,Algae Issues,Emergencies
    Hi, I have been caring for an aquarium that I inherited about 4 months ago. Wow I have learned a lot, and I know there is still more to learn. My fish seem happy, much happier than they were when I first got them. But I've noticed that the largest goldfish (4 goldfish all of them are pretty big...
  2. Freshwater Fish Diseases,Algae Issues,Emergencies
    I have a 55 gal tank that contained 2 blood parrot cichlids, 2 sevrum cichlids, some tiger barbs and skirted tetras. Nitrates and ammonia both tested at 0, PH 7.4, and water temp 78F. I tried to surprise my wife by sneaking some red tiger barbs into her tank. After watching the blood parrots...
  3. General Freshwater Forum
    I have a 55 gal tank that contained 2 blood parrot cichlids, 2 sevrum cichlids, some tiger barbs and skirted tetras. Nitrates and ammonia both tested at 0, PH 7.4, and water temp 78F. I tried to surprise my wife by sneaking some red tiger barbs into her tank. After watching the blood parrots...
  4. Freshwater Fish Diseases,Algae Issues,Emergencies
    The tank is 55gal, freshwater, I restarted the tank with new substrate and plants about 6-8 weeks ago. filter is a fluval 307, great media, setup in order MBC, I didn’t notice these brown fuzzy things growing until a week ago, I could not find anything relatively close to these photos. I...
  5. General Freshwater Forum
    So i just got this albino oscar and something seems to be wrong with its face area its my first time keeping an oscar so maybe they just look like that
  6. General Freshwater Forum
    I have a 29 gallon aquarium with three common/comet goldfish (purchased as feeder fish). I've had one for about 5 years now, and he's big and happy. My issue is that (for a few weeks I've noticed) he's been having little white bumps on his body. It is not severe and I haven't seen any on the...
  7. Ninja fin rot

    Looking for potential fin rot on his fins.
  8. Sick Ninja

    Betta disease identification, color loss in fins and body.
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