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01-20-2003 02:04 AM
SNPiccolo5 To tell the truth, I am not surprised the rest of your fish died, sorry to say...

I had a BIG BIG BIG CO2 overdoes. Just lets say that my KH was AT LEAST 14 and the pH as less than 7, around 6.5. Not good! My CO2 levels were easily over 100, but I only lost 2 fish (a small DD angel and an oto).

All my rasboras made it, I put my "breeder" net in the tank and put the pleco in it so he could get more oxygen towards the top. I also had to support the angels by holding them toward the top with a net.... They would "float" down to the bottom and then lie on their sides, some were even swimming upside down. I saved all but one! You have to be absolutly careful with CO2!

-Tim
01-19-2003 03:56 PM
cvarcher Now I think I know why my cardinals were gettin ich.My ph is 6.0 which I thought was ok for these type tetras BUT coupled with the CO2 injection and a hardness of 4 deg (which is also good) the resulting CO2 in ppm comes out over 100ppm! I also remember having the adjustable flo on my whisper filter set very low thinking to slow the agitation of CO2! Man a little knowledge can be dangerous!! I will recorrect right away.

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