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I have lost 2 angels today. This morning I noticed my big angel (3 inches) swimming across the tank, a little faster than normal. I didnt think anything about it. A few hours later she is dead.

At lunch I saw my dalmation mollie chasing our medium sized angel around the tank. It seemed harmless enough but I wanted to keep an eye on that. But now that angel is on the bottom of the tank.

Nitrate level is perfect, Nitrite is too. PH is 7.4, which I know is high.

What in the heck is going on?

chaz
 

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pH is not a problem as scalares adapt to it. More like your ammonia. Kindly post more details. The more details you give, the better.
 

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80 gallons NO amonia.

Upon inspecting the large angel, she seems to have some of the slime coat withering. Not sure THATS what it is, but she does look "weathered" slightly. That could be just a hindsight observation however.

BUT, they both appeared normal this morning.

The only thing that I noted was the large one swimming pretty fast (didnt see a chaser) and the medium being chased by the dalmation molly.
 

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ph is deffinently not a problem i have 7.8 ph and you name it i have it swimming in 7.8.
 
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