Travisallen2007 Posted September 19, 2015 Report Share Posted September 19, 2015 I have tested the water several times and its the same every time. I'm not sure what happened and it seems like it is continuing. The water has been cycled for quite a while and I don't ever do over 5 gallons during a water change (30 gallon tank). According to the API liquid tests, I have 0 ammonia, 0 Nitrate, 0 Nitrite, 0 Copper, a balanced PH at 7.8, and a water temperature of 79 degrees. I have lost (In less than a week) almost 15 shrimp and a tetra. A few days ago, I come home and the fish, shrimp, and snails were all at the top of the tank floating there like there was no oxygen. At that point, I did a partial water change (even though the water tests came back perfect) and I hooked my O2 line to a diffuser so I have micro O2 bubbles throughout the entire tank. The tetra was dying when i came home from work yesterday and thankfully i have not noticed any more deaths today. Its a planted tank as well so I have no idea what this could be. Edwardnah 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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